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Tuesday 19 October 2021, 4.00pm5.00pm BST

Himalayan Cultural historian Zara Fleming will explore the the art and culture of the Buddhist areas that lie along the Himalayas.

Online
Tuesday 21 September 2021, 4.00pm5.00pm BST

Join Professor Paul Barrett (Trinity 1990) as he discusses the latest evidence for the origins of the dinosaurs, in what is now South America.

Online
Wednesday 21 July 2021, 4.00pm5.00pm BST

Professor Leporc will explore Russian architecture against a social, artistic, economic and political panorama.

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Tuesday 29 June 2021, 7.00pm8.00pm BST

Join Professor Richard Hunter (Pembroke 1975) from the Faculty of Classics, Cambridge, as he takes us on a journey through the Carian and Lycian kingdoms of western Turkey.

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Wednesday 12 May 2021, 7.00pm8.00pm BST

Join Dr Sarah Shaw from the University of Oxford as she explains how Rudyard Kiplings childhood inspired him to write the Jungle Book and the Just So Stories.

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Monday 26 April 2021, 7.00pm8.00pm BST

Join Dr Owen Weller and Professor Marc St-Onge as they introduce the Canadian and Greenlandic High Arctic

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Thursday 25 March 2021, 7.00pm8.00pm GMT

Join Professors Mike Searle and David Gellner from the University of Oxford as they take us on a journey through Nepal.

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Thursday 18 February 2021, 4.00pm5.00pm GMT

Join Nirvana Romell, a native of Dalmatia, as she unravels the complex but absolutely fascinating history and cultures of the Central Balkans.

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Tuesday 26 January 2021, 7.00pm8.00pm GMT

Join Cambridge’s Professor Robert (Bob) White as he explains how the geologically youthful Iceland has grown above the plate tectonic rift between North America and Europe.

Wednesday 1 January 2020Thursday 31 December 2020

This series of webinars enables digital access to leading academics on a myriad of topics with the chance to participate in real-time Q&A sessions.

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Monday 14 December 2020, 3.45pm4.45pm GMT

Join Oxford University's Professor Roger Davies (Christ's 1975) as he explains the link between Einstein's General Theory of Relativity and solar eclipses.

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Tuesday 10 November 2020, 4.00pm5.00pm GMT

Join Professor Nick Davies as he explores the curiosity of Darwin, Wallace and Bates in the biodiversity hotspots of South and Central America.

Online
Thursday 17 September 2020Saturday 26 September 2020

Across the 10 days of the Festival we hosted over 100 sessions with over 30,000 session registrations. More than 7,500 alumni and guests tuned in from 127 different countries.

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Wednesday 29 July 2020, 6.00pm6.50pm BST

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. 

Online
Tuesday 14 July 2020, 5.00pm5.50pm BST

Hear from Cambridge academics and alumni as they discussed the new Whittle Laboratory’s leading role in the transformation to zero-carbon emission in both flight and land-based power generation.

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Thursday 18 June 2020, 3.00pm3.50pm BST

The fourth Cambridge Conversations webinar will feature Professor Ed Bullmore, Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Dr Chris Smith as they analyse the effects of COVID-19 on our mental health. 

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Thursday 11 June 2020, 4.00pm4.50pm BST

The third Cambridge Conversations webinar will feature Dr Ems Lord and Dr James Biddulph, as they discuss the dilemmas posed by home schooling.

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Thursday 21 May 2020, 12.30pm1.20pm BST

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?

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Thursday 14 May 2020, 3.00pm3.50pm BST

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'.