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    November 2015 Newsletter

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    November 2015 Newsletter


    Welcome to our November 2015 newsletter – informing you of all the recordings we made in the previous month around UK universities and learned societies.  October was dominated by the Kingston Shakespeare seminar and their conference on Shakespeare and Scandinavia. The conference opened with:

    which was also one of the regular seminar talks. The conference then continued with papers from  Sirkku Aaltonen, Lisbet Waerp, Richard Wilson, Anne-Sophie Refskou, Graham Holderness, Howard Caygill, Eero Tarasti, Gunnar Sorelius and others. You can listen to the proceedings here:

    The regular Kingston Shakespeare seminars continued with


    We recorded two events at the Royal Asiatic Society:

    and two at the Aristotelian Society:

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston also started a new series of talks, the first one being:

    The Leo Baeck Institute has started their new lecture series entitled ‘The Politics of Land. Archaeology, Architecture and City Planning in Israel’ and the first lecture given on this controversial topic was:

    and moving from Archaeology to History, the Research Seminars of the History Department at Royal Holloway weighed in with an inspired paper:

    Finally, Politics: The Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism produced a lively debate with

    and from the Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public Life at Birkbeck came

    and last but not least, the new Shadow Chancellor in conversation with Birkbeck staff:

    Please remember to get your bookings in in good time – we are experiencing many last minute ones at the moment, which are really difficult to sort out, so should you want a recording done, please book us in good time. For bookings, please use the contact page or email me directly.

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    All the best,






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