Tag Archive: Events

Feb 04

Werewolf Transformations, Ghostly Apparitions, the Dance of Death and the Man who eats Rats

Jeremy Brooker

Join us for a cold, dark evening treat, which takes the audience back to the time of the magic lanternist for an evening of visual spectacle and darkly chilling horrors. Featuring Jeremy Brooker and his Grand Gothic Magic Lantern Show, the event will include werewolf transformations, ghostly apparitions, the Dance of Death and the Man …

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Apr 30

Science fictions and the history of science

For those who are fans of sci-fi, or interested in how sci-fi plays into the history of science, there are some things you might want to take a look at. Firstly, this Friday there is a free lunchtime lecture at the Royal Society on “The Royal Society and science fiction”, being given by Professor Farah Mendlesohn, …

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Feb 13

2014 H.G. Wells Lecture announced

This year’s H. G. Wells Lecture in Science & Society will be given by Dr Thomas Dixon, Senior Lecturer in History of Science at Queen Mary, University of London. It will take place on Wednesday 5 March at 17:15 in Marlow Lecture Theatre 1 at the Canterbury Campus. The title is BELIEVING WITHOUT SEEING: Faith and Doubt …

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