Venue: Dining Room, Clare Hall
Time: 7.00 for 7.30 pm
The Fellow-Student dinners are small events which give students the chance to talk with senior academic members of Clare Hall.
Enquiries: Dr Trudi Tate email@example.com
For Whom the Bells Toll: The Elizabethan Settlement in Oxford University
Professor David Sacks - History (Emeritus), Reed College, Portland Oregon
This paper, focused on religious and intellectual conflict in Oxford as it adapted to the Elizabethan Settlement, draws on research conducted in writing a book about the parallel lives of Richard Hakluyt (1552-1616) and Thomas Harriot (1560-1621) to be entitled, using a phrase of Hakluyt’s, The Certain and Full Discovery of the World.
Good intentions, bad result: Case study of the renewable energy support in Czechia.
What constitutes a good policy? And what defines a bad policy? This talk will look into the development of renewable energy support in Czechia and show why and in what ways it discredited the perception of renewable energy in the country for at least a decade.
Dr Michaela Valentová
Researcher at the Czech Technical University, affiliated researcher to the Bennett Institute for Public Policy.
For graduands, their guests and other invitees only.
The dinoflagellates, and their weird DNA organisation
Ian Hu - PhD Student
The dinoflagellates include some eerily pretty members, seafood parasites, and the causal agent of the state of emergency of Florida. They also pack their DNA differently from everything/everyone else.
The Summer Book, a 1972 novel in Swedish by the Finnish writer Tove Jansson