Professor Jay Lewis, Associate Professor at Oxford University, will take the long view over two millennia and consider migration, kingship and statecraft, Buddhism, warfare, Confucianism, trade, colonialism, and modernity, to better understand the similarities and the unique aspects of both.
Alan Tongue’s illustrated talk, entitled ‘Calling the Shots’, will give us an ex- BBC producer’s view of the challenges of presenting music on television. It will be briefly preceded by our Annual General Meeting for 2021-2022 (related documents will be circulated to members shortly).
The Oxford and Cambridge Societies of the ACT are delighted to announce an autumn garden party for members and their guests, with champagne, soft drinks and canapes by the pool and guest speaker on Sunday, 16th April 2023.
The Cambridge Society of Hereford and Worcester are pleased to invite you to our Spring Lunch, AGM and topical talk “Russia after Putin: Reform, Revanchism or Revolution?” given by Sir Roderic Lyne KBE, CMG.
The Really Popular Book Club is an exciting series hosted by Cambridge University Library, where everyone is invited to join their guest author to discuss a really popular book, one that we all know and love.
Join this conversation with Professor Emily Shuckburgh OBE, Director of the University’s climate change initiative Cambridge Zero, which has ambitious aims to harness the breadth of Cambridge’s capabilities in order to support a zerocarbon future.
This in-person event will offer a weekend of discovery, intellectual adventure and reconnection. Rediscover this remarkable city, hear what some of Cambridge’s leading academics are currently exploring, and find out how your fellow alumni are developing solutions to world-wide challenges.