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Cambridge Society for the Application of Research: CSAR Lectures - Jointly with The Cambridge Festival of Ideas Pioneer Colonists and Indigenous Response: Resistance and Collaboration

When Oct 19, 2015
from 07:30 PM to 09:00 PM
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A talk by Professor Mark Horton FSA Professor of Archaeology, University of Bristol

CSAR Lectures and Debates start at 7:30 pm. They will take place in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Churchill College Storey’s Way Cambridge CB3 0DS, unless otherwise stated. The CSAR Lectures are open to all: CSAR members are admitted free; a donation of at least £3 is requested from non-members. Several lectures will be preceded by brief presentations by winners of the CSAR student award scheme. Details will appear on the flyers and CSAR website closer to the dates for each lecture.

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