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"'Our infinite Scotland small?' Choosing worlds to join." The Alcuin Lecture 2015 with Neal Ascherson

Speaker: Neal Ascherson
When Jun 05, 2015
from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where SG1/2, Alison Richard Building
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The 2015 Alcuin Lecture:

"'Our infinite Scotland small?' Choosing worlds to join."

Neal Ascherson is a distinguished Scottish writer and historian who is coming to speak about the evolving relationship between Scotland and Europe, at a time when this is an enormously topical and important subject for British and European politics.

The lecture will take place between 5 and 6pm, followed by a reception in the atrium of the Alison Richard Building.

All welcome, but registration would be helpful.
Please contact Miss Helen Williams to register.

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