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Anthony Horowitz, Britain's oldest rebel, and sex, stress and food

Posted on 3 November 2017

Find out something new at our free Open Lectures - everyone welcome.

Hooligan Sparrow
Monday 6 November
Join the Centre for Applied Human Rights at a free film screening of 'Hooligan Sparrow'.

A new paradigm in criminology: Censure, harm and pathology
Tuesday 7 November
Social and Political Sciences Seminar Series, in collaboration with the UoY CrimNet.

Sex, stress and food: Impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment on wildlife
Tuesday 7 November
During this seminar you will hear from Dr Kathryn Arnold who will explore the impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment on wildlife.

Don't let my past be your future (RESCHEDULED)
Tuesday 7 November
Britain's oldest rebel, Harry Leslie Smith, comes to York to talk about his life experiences of persevering through difficult times with one's dignity and optimism intact.

Dilemmas of patient choice: Findings from a conversation analytic study of neurology outpatient consultations
Wednesday 8 November
Merran Toerien discusses the doctor-patient relationship and its shift from paternalistic.

Wednesday 8 November
Part of the Beveridge's Five Giants lecture series.

Anthony Horowitz: In conversation
Wednesday 8 November
Join Anthony Horowitz as he talks about his life and works.

Cold paint on stained glass in Nuremburg around 1500
Thursday 9 November
This term's stained glass masterclass event.

A brief history of celebrity: Or, what does ‘Dickensian’ mean?
Thursday 9 November
What do Achilles, Napoleon Bonaparte, Lord Byron, Charles Dickens and Taylor Swift have in common? They are all celebrities, in one way or another.

How many lives does a doctor save?
Thursday 9 November
Medicine has a reputation for doing good, but just how much good does a doctor actually do?

Want to plan further ahead? See our full events listing for this term.

Interested in music performances? Have a look at York Concerts.