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MicAnniversary Event and Black & White Ball

1 July 2017 | Trinity Hall

Tours, dinner and live music

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Glasses on open bookLecture Series Part 2

18 May 2017 | Trinity Hall

Women in our own right or ‘Honorary Men’? Reflections in academic life

By Professor Alison Liebling (1988)
Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Cambridge

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Shattered glass windowMarshall McLuhan Symposium

29 April 2017 | Trinity Hall


Keynote by Dr Noemie Bouhana (1998)
Senior Lecturer, Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London



Women in scienceWomen in science panel

27 February 2017 | 7pm | Trinity Hall
Organised by the NatSci Society

Research, careers and obstacles

With TH Fellows Professor Jane Clarke, Dr Jasmin Fisher, Dr Cohl Fury, Dr Tamsin O'Connell and Dr Sasha Turchyn


Line drawing of William ShakespeareLecture Series Part 1

23 February 2017 | 5.45pm | Trinity Hall

Editing Shakespeare for Performance

By Dr Abigail Rokinson-Woodall (2003)
Lecturer in Shakespeare and Theatre, University of Birmingham

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Speech balloonHistory Society Event

16 February 2017 | 6pm | Trinity Hall

Challenging Tradition
A panel discussion and Q&A

With Dr Clare Jackson, Revd Canon Jenny Tomlinson and Susan Swift Flusfeder

Dining table set upJCR Women's Dinner

19 November 2016 | Trinity Hall






Professor Jane ClarkeMilestone Lecture

22 October 2016 | Trinity Hall

Twists and turns: how proteins fold and how I came to my research career

By Professor Jane Clarke, Fellow in Natural Sciences

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