Lee Seng Tee Distinguished Lecture

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Created: 2008-11-11 20:46
Institution: Wolfson College
Description: This lecture series was endowed by Dr Lee Seng Tee in 2005 on the occasion of Wolfson College’s 40th anniversary.
 

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The Outbreak of the First World War

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Professor Margaret MacMillan, Warden of St Antony's College Oxford, gave the sixth lecture in the series on Thursday 13 June 2013, at 5.30pm in the Lee Hall.

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Created: Thu 27 Jun 2013


Michael Slater: Dickens and Shakespeare

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Michael Slater, Emeritus Professor of Victorian Literature at Birkbeck College, University of London, gave the fifth lecture in the Lee Seng Tee Distinguished Lecture series on...

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Created: Wed 13 Jun 2012


Peter Hennessy: Watching Prime Ministers

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Peter John Hennessy, an English historian of government and Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History at Queen Mary, University of London, gave the fourth lecture in the...

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Created: Tue 21 Jun 2011


Richard Evans: Looted art and its restitution: moral and cultural dilemmas for the twenty-first century

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The third Lee Seng Tee Distinguished Lecture was given by Professor Richard J Evans on Monday 7 June 2010, at 17:30 in the Wolfson College Lee Hall. Professor Evans, who becomes...

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Created: Sun 20 Jun 2010


David Reynolds: The changing map of Europe, 1909-2009

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The second lecture in this series was given by Professor David Reynolds on Wednesday 27 May 2009 at 5.30pm in the Lee Hall.

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Institution: Wolfson College

Created: Wed 13 Jan 2010


Quentin Skinner: What is the state? The question that "will not go away"

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Professor Quentin Skinner, Regius Professor of History at Cambridge, delivered the inaugural Lee Seng Tee Distinguished Lecture in College on 24 October 2007.

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Created: Mon 18 Jan 2010


The Flesh is Weak: A History of Pain

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Joanna Bourke, Professor of History at Birkbeck, University of London, gave the seventh lecture in this series on Thursday 1 May 2014 at 5.30pm in the Lee Hall.

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Institution: Wolfson College

Created: Mon 11 Aug 2014