Every term, the University organises free open lectures on a wide variety of topics and aimed at a general audience.
Some lectures require pre-booking. Where tickets are needed, this is also indicated in the publicity.
We distribute information on upcoming lectures to interested members of the public at the start of each academic term (October, January and April). If you would like to receive a free copy of this leaflet either by email or by post, please join our mailing list. Updated lecture information is also available here on our web pages. As the pages are updated frequently, they will publicise lectures which we were unable to include in the leaflet.
Download the Spring 2020 Open Lectures Programme (PDF , 3,937kb)
Natural justice and a sense of place: Some examples of how soil can be used as intelligence and evidence
RESCHEDULED - The veil of secrecy: Is the fight against corruption being undermined by the lack of open justice?
Getting to the University
The majority of lectures are held on the University campus.
There is a regular bus service and the campus is easily accessible by bicycle. Car parking is available in the Pay & Display car parks, which are free after 6pm.
More information on reaching the University together with maps and additional parking information can be found on our Information for Visitors webpages.
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