Events Bulletin
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Special or one-time events are displayed on this page.
You can also access the College Calendar here for an overview of forthcoming events.


This week's Events

5th Sept - 29th Oct
Art Exhibition
Mark van Heygen, Paintings. 

Tuesday 28 October, 7.45pm, Meeting Room
Clare Hall Colloquium
Laurie Zoloth, Professor of Religious Studies, Bioethics and Medical Humanities, Northwestern University. The Ethics of Translation: Exchanges of Power and Hospitality. More info on the Colloquium page

Saturday 1 November, 7.30pm, Dining Room
Concert
Giulia Rossini, piano. Beethoven: Op27 n1, Prokofiev: Legende op12 n6 and sonata n2, Liszt: Studio La Leggerezza and Feux Follets, Debussy: Preludes 2,5,7,24. More info:  Music Website


Forthcoming Events 

Tuesday 4 November, 7.30pm Anthony Low Building
Postdoc Mexican Mingle
Live Music, Buffet and a cocktail included.  Tickets £22 on sale at the Porter’s Lodge.

Tuesday 4 November, 7.45pm, Meeting Room
Clare Hall Colloquium
Boudewijn de Bruin, Professor of Financial Ethics, University of Groningen. Ethics in finance: why incompetence is worse than greed. More info

Thursday 6 November, 6.00 – 8.00pm, Common Room
Art Exhibition Opening
Zachary Beer
Common Room, 6.00 – 8.00pm
Exhibition ongoing until 17th December

Friday 7 November, 6.00pm, Gillian Beer House, West Court
Clare Hall Literary Talk
Susan Sellers – For more information please contact Dr Trudi Tate
 tt206@cam.ac.uk

Sunday 9 November, 11am, Main Gate Botanic Garden (corner of Trumpington Road and Bateman St)
Tour of the University Botanic Garden
John Parker, Vice President of Clare Hall and Former Director of the Botanic Garden will lead a tour of the Garden for the Clare Hall community.  Please note that the normal entrance fees will apply.  Please sign the list in the Porter’s Lodge.

Tuesday 11 November, 6 – 8pm, Richard Eden Suite
Wine Tasting
A tutored tasting of fine German white and red wines with Professor Hans Graf, Fellow of Clare Hall.  Please sign up on the list on the noticeboard by the Porter’s Lodge. £8 for College Members and £10 for their guests.


Save the Date

Wednesday 12 November, 5.00pm, Robinson College Auditorium
Tanner Lectures
Professor Peter Galison, Harvard University ‘Science, Secrecy and the Private Self’.

Thursday 13 November, 5.00pm, Robinson College Auditorium
Tanner Lectures Respondents
Professor John Forrester, Professor Richard Holton, Professor Simon Schaffer

The Lectures are free and open to all but tickets are required. For further information and tickets, please contact:
Amanda Barclay E: ajb295@cam.ac.uk/T: 01223 761 247

Fri-Sun 14 -16th November
 C.P.E. Bach Festival
Dan Tidhar, harpsichord and fortepiano.  For further information and tickets contact: music@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

 
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Tuesday 28 October, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Laurie Zoloth on the ethics of translation

Saturday 1 November, 7.30pm
Concert
Giulia Rossini, piano
More info:  Music Website

Tuesday 4 November, 7.30pm
Postdoc Mexican Mingle
Live Music, Buffet and a cocktail included

Tuesday 4 November, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Boudewijn de Bruin on ‘Ethics in finance: why incompetence is worse than greed’

Thursday 6 November, 6.00pm
Art Exhibition Opening
Zachary Beer

Friday 7 November, 6.00pm
Clare Hall Literary Talk
Susan Sellers

Sunday 9 November, 11.00am
Tour of the University Botanic Garden
John Parker will lead a tour of the Garden

Tuesday 11 November, 6 – 8pm
Wine Tasting
A tutored tasting of fine German white and red wines with Professor Hans Graf

Wednesday 12 November, 5.00pm
Tanner Lectures
Professor Peter Galison on ‘Science, Secrecy and the Private Self’

Thursday 13 November, 5.00pm
Tanner Lectures Respondents
Professor John Forrester, Professor Richard Holton, Professor Simon Schaffer

Wednesday 14 November, 5.00pm
Application deadline for
Affiliated postdoctoral memberships

Fri-Sun 14 -16th November
 C.P.E. Bach Festival
Dan Tidhar, harpsichord and fortepiano

 
 
       
     
         
Updated  Oct.24.2014