Join Cambridge alumnus, former Antarctic ship naturalist and award-winning author James Lowen (Emmanuel 1991) on a virtual cruise along the Beagle Channel and across the fabled Drake Passage to explore the Antarctic Peninsula.
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.
Join Professor Wole Soyinka, Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah and Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr, leading academic voices and hugely influential in their fields of expertise, as they reunite in Cambridge once again for a fascinating insight into their long-lasting friendship.
Join Dr Koller (Magdalene 1993) as he demonstrates how the Transcaucasus region’s great monuments and spectacular settings have become an expression of both the national consciousness and spirit of the peoples of Georgia and Armenia.
The fifth Cambridge Conversations webinar will feature the Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen J Toope, Dr Mohamed A El-Erian and Professor Diane Coyle as they discuss the current economic crisis and its long-term ramifications.
Human beings have shaped our own environment for millennia, but now we have greater power to do so than ever before. With the advent and increasing use of artificial intelligence, how can we maximise the potential of this powerful technology while safeguarding our future?
The second Cambridge Conversations webinar will feature Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter, Professor Mike Hulme and Dr Alexandra Freeman, discussing 'COVID-19 behind the numbers – statistics, models and decision-making'.