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Recent Content

Registration open: Space, place, and landscape in the history of communications

Registration is now open for Space, place, and landscape in the history of communications, a one-day symposium at the Weston Library, University of Oxford, Tuesday 16 June 2015 at http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/bodley/whats-on/upcoming-events/2015/jun/history-of-communica...

Public Lecture in York - 4 June - World hunger and the healthy animal

You are warmly invited to a public lecture with Dr Michael Bresalier, ‘World hunger and the healthy animal: The veterinary solution to the post-war food crisis’ which takes place on Thursday 4 June 2015 in the Treehouse, Berrick Saul Building, at the University of York, (starting at 6:00​pm)​. All are welcome and no booking necessary.