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Painting of people on a harbour in the 1820s

The Age of Revolutions in Southern Europe

27/02/2024 at 17.30

What is a revolution? What role did Southern Europe play in the history of modern politics?

Paintings in the Old Combination Room

Ekphrasis for Beginners: Creative Writing and 鶹ӾArt

28/02/2024 at 17.00

What do writing and the visual arts give to each other?

Advert for writing poems

Creative Poetry Workshop

28/02/2024 at 19.00

‘Poetry is everywhere; it just needs editing’, James Tate

Paper faces of all different colours.

The Place of Islamophobia within Debates on Racism

29/02/2024 at 17.30

This event is the second of three roundtables that Wolfson's REACH Research Hub will be organising over the academic year under the heading ‘Hierarchies of Racism?’ 

Collage of photos of South Africa and Brazil

The Colour of Inequality in South Africa and Brazil: Making Sense of Social Policy as Reparations

01/03/2024 at 17.30

Can social policy resolve the residuals and contradictions of trans-historical inequalities in South Africa and Brazil?

 

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Preparing for Exams: Tips to improve revision and support your wellbeing

02/03/2024 at 10.00

Get tips on how to prepare an effective revision and support your wellbeing leading up to exams.

Image 'Barbarians under the rug' by Enej Gala

Art Exhibition: 'After News Before Bed'

02/03/2024 at 10.00

Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'After News Before Bed' featuring work by emerging artist Enej Gala, winner of the 鶹ӾRoyal Academy Schools Graduate Prize.

Three musicians playing flute, piano and cello

Lunchtime Concert: The Granta Trio

02/03/2024 at 13.30

鶹ӾCollege Music Society invites you to a concert give by The Granta Trio.

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Innovation for Impact: Exploring Climate Entrepreneurship

04/03/2024 at 17.30

Join us for an engaging evening to discuss sustainable business practices with industry experts and fellow enthusiasts.

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The Dictionary Craze in Enlightenment Europe (c. 1665–1800)

05/03/2024 at 17.30

How did people in eighteenth-century Europe react to the dictionary genre as a new information technology, and what can these reactions tell us about changing attitudes towards knowledge and learning in the age of Enlightenment?

Photograph of Nuuk, Greenland

The Changing Arctic - Why does it matter?

06/03/2024 at 15.30

Panel discussion on the major changes in the Arctic, their dramatic local, regional and global impacts, and why it matters for us all.

Books lay open in a pathway through the forest ground

鶹ӾPoetry Night

07/03/2024 at 18.45

‘When a voice reads a poem it loves, something unique happens’, Brendan Kenneally

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Waste Management Workshop

08/03/2024 at 18.00

The workshop presents Cambridgeshire domestic recycling facts and figures, quiz and sorting fun.

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Lunchtime Concert: Student Musicians

09/03/2024 at 13.30

鶹ӾCollege Music Society invites you to a concert given by some of our talented student performers.

 

 

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鶹ӾHowler with Ed Night

11/03/2024 at 20.00

Join us for a night of laughter at our legendary Howler with headliner Ed Night!

International Women's Day

Women of Wolfson: Different Paths to Success

14/03/2024 at 17.30

Join 鶹ӾPresident, Professor Jane Clarke, along with a panel of inspirational 鶹Ӿwomen who will be discussing their academic and professional journeys, their experiences as women in their professional lives and the challenges they have overcome.

Photograph of a woman looking at a book on display from Wolfson's rare book collection.

Cambridge Festival - Women in Wolfson's rare books collection

15/03/2024 at 11.00

Visit Wolfson's Library for an exhibition of rare books about and by women from the Karen Spärk Jones collection.

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Cambridge Festival - Discover Wolfson’s gardens: Biodiversity tour

15/03/2024 at 14.00

A guided talk and discovery tour of 鶹ӾCollege gardens, offering insights into the environmental practices we use to protect and promote biodiversity.

鶹ӾPresident Professor Jane Clarke

Jane Clarke – teacher, scientist, feminist. The Soundtrack of my Life.

15/03/2024 at 18.00

Professor Jane Clarke will be stepping down as President of 鶹Ӿin September, but what was her journey to get here?

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Lent Term Concert

17/03/2024 at 19.00

鶹ӾCollege Music Society and Choir invite you to their end of term concert, accompanied by organist Tom Williamson.

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Cambridge Festival - Ancient Greek shield-bands: Inside the mind of a hoplite

19/03/2024 at 17.30

What can the decoration of ancient Greek shields tell us about the mindset of hoplite warriors?

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Wikipedia edit-a-thon

20/03/2024 at 14.00

Most of us regularly use the encyclopaedia to check on dates, names, ideas, and world events. But we sometimes spot errors we want to correct, citations that need adding, or are itching to add content. Now is your chance!

Graduands stand together for group photo

Graduation Ceremony

23/03/2024 at 09.00

Graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work and commitment, and a moment to celebrate the completion of their Cambridge degree.

Photograph of a hand holding a lightbulb.

Testing Your Idea Workshop

06/04/2024 at 13.00

A transformative workshop exploring the art of finding repeatable and scalable business models.

Photograph of a hand holding a lightbulb.

How To Get Investment Ready Workshop

13/04/2024 at 13.00

Level up your fundraising game with a workshop on market positioning, problem-solving, team optimisation, and financial readiness.

Reconstructed design 2 from the Sutton Hoo helmet, incorporating portions known from fragments as well as conjectural portions.

‘And did they bring their horses?’ Re-evaluating the emergence of the English, c.400-700 CE

16/04/2024 at 17.45

This talk offers a critical evaluation of the popularly-held view that the origins of the English lie in 5th- and 6th-century population movement from north-west Europe. It argues, instead, that surviving evidence indicates post-imperial evolution and adaptation from the Romano-British past. 

Graduands smile for photo

Graduation Ceremony

27/04/2024 at 09.00

Graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work and commitment, and a moment to celebrate the completion of their Cambridge degree.

Family pose for photograph on graduation day

Graduation Ceremony

17/05/2024 at 09.00

Graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work and commitment, and a moment to celebrate the completion of their Cambridge degree.

Two sets of hands making a pot on a pottery wheel

Show me your bowl and I’ll tell you who you are

28/05/2024 at 17.30

How can material culture be used to reconstruct ancient human stories?

Graduands stand together for group photo

Graduation Ceremony - General Admission

29/06/2024 at 09.00

Graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work and commitment, and a moment to celebrate the completion of their Cambridge degree.

Graduand smiles for photo

Graduation Ceremony

20/07/2024 at 09.00

Graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work and commitment, and a moment to celebrate the completion of their Cambridge degree.