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Office for Students, HeForShe, and Peak Bull***t

Posted on 16 February 2018

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

Marginalised mothers: Health communication and maternal health in East Africa, 1920-2017
Monday 19 February
This talk considers the long history of maternal health in East Africa, examining how health communication has shaped risk assessment and health-related decision-making in both clinical and domestic settings since the 1920s

Spring Lane Building Opening: A Celebration of Teaching
Wednesday 21 February
The official opening of the Spring Lane building featuring Nicola Dandridge, CEO for Office for Students

Religious marriage of same-sex couples in England and Wales
Wednesday 21 February
This talk presents the findings of a research on religious marriage of same-sex couples in England and Wales, conducted by Prof Paul Johnson (the University of York), Prof Robert Vanderbeck (University of Leeds) and Dr Silvia Falcetta (the University of York).

Gender Equality and the Audio Industries
Thursday 22 February
The Audio Engineering Society North of England section will be hosting a panel session on Gender Equality and the Audio Industries under the banner of the #HeforShe United Nations Campaign.

Urbanity and the implied sense of taste in early modern Iran
Thursday 22 February
Sussan Babaie discusses the conceptual link between the cook and the artist in early modern Iran

Peak Bull***t - A talk by Evan Davis
Thursday 22 February
Lies and deception, spin, flannel and waffle, Bull**** is everywhere you look

Britain in full colour
Friday 23 February
Britain in Full Colour is our Ted Talk Style event that aims to show Britain in its full multicultural colour - one that includes the presence of Africans and Caribbean’s in its history.

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

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