St Michael’s College is delighted to host The Big Ideas Lecture Series which launches on Tuesday 19th September with Alex Mincoff, Solicitor Advocate presenting on the workings of the legal system and his experience of trial. They continue on Tuesdays throughout September and October, with hopefully more to follow in November and in the Spring.
The series is invitational and designed for Sixth Formers or precocious Year 11’s to engage with ideas at professional and undergraduate level, in lectures delivered by specialists in the field. Staff are welcome to attend too. Lectures take place at 3.45 in F06 on Tuesdays:
|September||19||Murder at the Old Bailey||Alex Mincoff, Solicitor Advocate at RFB|
|October||3||Landing on other planets||Dr Salvador Navarro, Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College|
|October||10||Brexit Paranoias||Dr Rachel Marangozov, Senior Research fellow at IES|
|October||17||Doing Justice to History||Dr Robin Whitburn, Senior Lecturer; and Dr Abdul Mohamud, Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL|
|October||31||Is Britain really Democratic?||Dr Waseem Yaqoob, Lecturer in the History of Modern Political Thought, Pembroke College, Cambridge.|