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Take a journey through 'the big islands' history with Professor John Bennet.
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.
This talk will cover three most iconic examples of Moorish architecture – the Great Mosque of Cordoba, the Alcazar of Seville and the Alhambra of Granada.
In this highly illustrated talk Dr Carolin Crawford (Newnham 1982) will discuss the how, where and why of the aurora, and the variety of shapes and structures they can form.
Himalayan Cultural historian Zara Fleming will explore the the art and culture of the Buddhist areas that lie along the Himalayas.
Join Professor Paul Barrett (Trinity 1990) as he discusses the latest evidence for the origins of the dinosaurs, in what is now South America.
Professor Leporc will explore Russian architecture against a social, artistic, economic and political panorama.
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.
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.
Join Dr Owen Weller and Professor Marc St-Onge as they introduce the Canadian and Greenlandic High Arctic
Join Professors Mike Searle and David Gellner from the University of Oxford as they take us on a journey through Nepal.
Join Nirvana Romell, a native of Dalmatia, as she unravels the complex but absolutely fascinating history and cultures of the Central Balkans.
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.
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.
Join Professor Nick Davies as he explores the curiosity of Darwin, Wallace and Bates in the biodiversity hotspots of South and Central America.