College Events – 25-01-2021 to 28-01-2021


Dear all

This weekly email draws attention to upcoming college events and activities over the next couple of weeks. This evening we mark the contribution of our former Development Director, Richard Berg Rust, through the annual Berg Rust Lecture.

Angles to Angels: Converting the North

January 25 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Life Fellow Charles Moseley gives this year’s annual Berg Rust Lecture. Only a few decades after the huge extent of ‘Northumbria’ was ostensibly pagan, its monasteries (especially Lindisfarne and Monkwearmouth-Jarrow) were centres of Christian scholarship with an influence deep into Europe – how did this happen? Charles will suggest some answers to that question and glance at some of the people involved. Find out more »

 

Virtual Library Study Sessions

January 26 @ 4:00 pm – March 18 @ 5:15 pm

Want a change from studying on your own? Boost your motivation by joining one of our virtual library study sessions, every Tuesday during Lent Term, 4.00 pm to 5.15 pm Open to all Hughes Hall students at all stages of their studies. Find out more »

 

Alumni Spotlight: Governments, Charities and AI

January 27 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Join social scientist and Hughes Hall alumnus, João Lobato, in a discussion on his work in Artificial Intelligence and how it can transform Governments and Charities. Find out more »

 

Dialogue in different cultural contexts

January 28 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Dialogic education – education for dialogue as well as through dialogue – takes many different forms in different cultural contexts. Led by senior members Rupert Wegerif and Sara Hennessy, this event will explore how dialogic education works in three quite distinct contexts: Islamic education, the Freirean tradition of education for liberation, and teacher development through shared reflective inquiry. The three perspectives will be provided by: Farah Ahmed (Islamic tradition) Paula Teixeira de Castro (Freirian tradition) Sara Hennessy (Teacher inquiry tradition) Short presentations will be… Find out more »

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Best wishes
Alison Nicholson