Dear all,

Many apologies for clogging up your inboxes but I'm afraid there was an error in the initial message- Professor Tom McLeish will be speaking on the 18th of May NOT the 16th of March. See below for updated list. 

Best wishes,

Coreen McGuire. 

27th JANUARY 201

Dr Jonathan Birch (London School of Economics):

‘Shared Know-How’

10th FEBRUARY 2016

Dr Katie Steele (London School of Economics):

“‘Use-Novelty” and Evidential Support: Reflecting on Intuitions’ 

17th FEBRUARY 2016

Dr David Sepkoski (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science):

‘The Database before the Computer?’

24th FEBRUARY 2016

Professor Michela Massimi  (University of Edinburgh ):

‘Four kinds of perspectival truth’

9th MARCH 2016

Dr William MacLehose (UCL):

‘Captivating Thoughts: Exploring mind and body in medieval discussions of sleep'

20th APRIL 2016

Professor Mark Jackson (University of Exeter):

‘Stress and the midlife crisis

4th MAY 2016

Dr Helen Anne Curry (University of Cambridge):

‘Contested collections: conservation biology, global development, the and preservation of genetic diversity in agricultural plants, 1950-1975

18th MAY 2016

Professor Tom McLeish (Durham University):

‘Medieval Lessons for the contemporary science and religion debate.’