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WOW - Women of the World Cambridge

Event: 137 WOW - Women of the World is a festival of talks, debates, music, film, comedy, performance and conversation that celebrates the talents of women and girls from all walks of life and all parts of the world. WOW asks what obstacles exist that prevent women from realising their potential...

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Events on language, linguistics and identity

This year's festival has a bumper selection of events dealing with language and linguistics, especially on the Festival Saturday. Here are just a few highlights of what's on offer. How language shapes our identity Saturday 25 October: 2:30pm - 3:30pm LG17, Faculty of Law, Sidgwick Site, CB3 9DZ The way we speak and write...

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Environment and conservation events at the Festival of Ideas

Are you interested in climate change, conservation and the environment? We have a wide selection of events for you at this year's Festival. Consumers or citizens? How do we make choices and why does it matter? Wednesday 22 October: 7:30pm - 9:30pm Friends Meeting House, Aldren Wright Room, 12 Jesus Lane, CB5 8BA Many of us...

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Fiction

Event: 165

Fuel presents Fiction Conceived by David Rosenberg and Glen Neath

You are invited to a lecture. You know that the subject is probably important and it would be useful to hear what the speaker has to say but you can’t keep your eyes open. You will fall...

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An interview with Dr Chamion Caballero

21 October 2014

Dr Chamion Caballero is Reader in Social and Policy Research at Weeks Centre for Social and Policy Research at London South Bank University. Dr Caballero has worked on projects funded by the Department for Education and Skills, the British Academy, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research...

Largest ever Cambridge Festival of Ideas launches with over 250 events

17 October 2014

The Festival of Ideas, now in its seventh year, will run for two weeks until 2 November with events—most of them free—ranging from exhibitions, cinema screenings, debates, immersive performances, participatory workshops and concerts. It offers the chance to engage with scholars, learn about cutting edge research and join...

Why is desire so varied? Can sex be as addictive as drugs? What does being sexually ‘turned on’ look like inside the brain?

9 October 2014

Frederick Toates, one of the world's leading writers on biological psychology, lifts the lid to explain the inner workings of lust, on 22 October at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. The talk, How sexual desire works , offers a lively tour of the psychology and neuroscience of sexual desire. Toates book, of the same name...

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Cambridge Festival of ideas
20 October - 2 November

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22 September

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Event: 235

Each year the Cambridge Young Composer of the Year competition provides a platform for exciting new compositions by young people, 17 years and under, in Cambridgeshire. Selections from this year's entries will be played at this event by the Dr K Sextet - a...

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