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Women’s employment in Britain over the last fifty years: changes, challenges and unexpected outcomes

  • Tuesday 9th May – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

A lecture by Dr Judith Glover, Emeritus Professor of Employment Studies, University of Roehampton, organised by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society (tel: 01904 656713).

TEDx Imperial College

  • Saturday 13th May – 1pm
  • Imperial College London, London

This year, TEDxImperialCollege is bringing you "Blueprints", conceptualised to facilitate development of ideas for the future. 7 keen speakers are cordially invited to share ideas of Sciences and Innovation, Arts, Technology, Music, or just anything! Speaker Application Form: https://goo.gl/g4kOY9. Deadline: 20 Feb 2017, 11.59pm Tentative event date: 13 May 2017 Please contact tedxic@ic.ac.uk for more info.

The Medical Implications of Space Flight

  • Thursday 18th May – 8pm
  • The Crypt Room, St John's Church, Hampstead

A talk by Dr Steven Cutts, FRCS

The River Hull Living Landscape

  • Tuesday 23rd May – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

A lecture by Jon Traill, Living Landscapes Manager - Wolds & Holderness, organised by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust & the Yorkshire Philosophical Society (tel: 01904 656713).

“a noble spot of ground” – a history of the Museum Gardens, York

  • Tuesday 6th June – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

A lecture by Dr Peter Hogarth, Department of Biology, University of York, organised by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society (tel: 01904 656713).

Volcanoes and their health hazards

  • Tuesday 13th June – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

A lecture by Dr Claire Horwell, University of Durham, for the York Festival of Ideas, organised by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society (tel: 01904 656713). What are the risks to your health if you live in the shadow of a volcano? How do such communities protect themselves and what are their own solutions? This talk will explore the ways to protect communities from the health hazards of volcanic ash, including including using the knowledge and experience of the people affected.

The Life Project: the extraordinary story of our ordinary lives

  • Friday 7th July – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

A lecture by Helen Pearson, science writer and editor, "Nature", organised jointly by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society and the British Society for the History of Science.

The Life Project: The Extraordinary Story of our Ordinary Lives

  • Friday 7th July – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

A lecture by Helen Pearson, science writer and editor, “Nature”, organised by the British Society for the History of Science & the Yorkshire Philosophical Society (tel: 01904 656713).