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POSTGRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINARS

The Graduate Interdisciplinary Seminar meets at 4:15 pm in G.21 every Friday during Full Term.  Please note on 2 February the seminar will take place in room 1.11.

Each week, two postgraduates from the faculty give a short presentation followed by a discussion. There is a break for tea and biscuits, and a trip to a nearby pub after the seminar at 6 pm.

All postgraduates in the faculty are welcome. 

The coordinators for Lent Term 2024 are Leo Aschenbrenner Boonstra and Claire Saint-Amour.

 

Timetable to follow.

 

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