Open Lectures

Welcome to the Centre for Lifelong Learning free open lectures.

All lectures require a ticket, please click on the green basket next to your chosen lecture to get a ticket.

 

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Listen again

Railway Official Postcards 1900-1914: Articles of Art and Advertising

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxYIuZSBFkw&feature=youtu.be

David Turner - 15 March 2016


Making Amends: Perspectives on Shame and Punishment

Making Amends

David Worsley - 23rd October 2015


An Introduction to Criminology

Criminology Lecture Slides (PDF  , 2,318kb)

David Honeywell
19th May 2015


York Mystery Plays

Cristina Figuerdo
15th May 2015


50 Shades of Clay: Interpreting sensuality and touch in 20th and 21st century ceramic art

Helen Shaw
28th April 2015


York: A Rocky History
Dr Liam Herringshaw
19th February 2015


‘There is nothing outside the box’: considering the institutional narratives and object histories of the Franks Casket
Dr Meg Boulton
3rd February 2015


Judging Books by their Covers
John McKay 
26th November 2014


Secret Ceramic Worlds: The Untold Story of Twentieth Century Ceramic Art
Helen Shaw 
17th November 2014


'I See Bad People': Is the Sixth Sense a Moral Sense?
Rafe McGregor 
6th November 2014


Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
John McKay 
12th June 2014


From Page to Place and Back Again
Dr Meg Boulton
3rd June 2014


The Time Lord of York
Dr Liam Herringshaw 
22nd May 2014


William the Conqueror and the Harrying of the North
Gillian Waters 
29th April 2014