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Striking the Balance Between Common Sense and Legal Reasoning Lord Kerr is a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and a member of Grays Inn. This lecture will discuss legal issues of a topical interest.
A lecture by The Rt Hon The Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore
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Sir Thomas Gresham, 1519-2019 In light of his new biography of Sir Thomas Gresham, John Guy commemorates the 500th anniversary of the birth of Gresham College's founder.
A lecture by Dr John Guy, Author of 'Gresham's Law: The Life and World of Queen Elizabeth ...
The Unacclaimed Accompanist Graham Johnson examines a problematic profession that continues to attract many gifted young pianists to its ranks and asks why.
A lecture by Graham Johnson, Classical Pianist and Accompanist 7 May 2019
There is far more to piano accompaniment ...
Byron and the Age of Sensation Jonathan Bate explores the life and work of the original celebrity poet Lord Byron. Byron was simultaneously a Romantic and an anti-Romantic.
A lecture by Sir Jonathan Bate , Gresham Professor of Rhetoric 11 June 2019
Jonathan Bate will ...
Is a Legal Aid Lawyer's Work all Stress and Distress? How can one delete the retinal images of child abuse after a case has ended? At what personal cost is that work undertaken?
A lecture by Jo Delahunty QC, Gresham Professor of Law 6 June 2019
Over the course ...
Mergers and Acquisitions: Do They Create or Destroy Value? This talk will discuss the correct and incorrect motives for Mergers and Acquisitions, using both examples and large-scale evidence.
A lecture by Alex Edmans, Gresham Professor of Business 5 June 2019
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are perhaps the most ...
Staying in Touch with Patients Doctors depend on touch to diagnose illness. Imaging technology, machine learning and AI reduce the need for touch. What are gnostic and pathic touch?
A lecture by Roger Kneebone, Visiting Professor of Medical Education 15 May 2019
Touch is ...
Aristotle's Lyceum In the 330s BCE, Aristotle founded his Lyceum in Athens, Greece. It was a centre of teaching and research. How do its remains illuminate Aristotle's life?
A lecture by Edith Hall, Visiting Professor of Classics 30 May 2019
In ...
Toothpaste, Custard and Chocolate: Mathematics Gets Messy This talk looks at the mathematical modelling of real, complex fluids in flow situations, focussing on chocolate, toothpaste and custard.
A lecture by Helen Wilson, Professor of Applied Mathematics University College London 29 May 2019

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