Dark matter, attention seeking, and human rights

Posted on 1 February 2019

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Protecting Human Rights in Kazakhstan
Tuesday 5 February
A visiting human rights defender from Kazakhstan will speak about some of the many issues defenders face in their daily work.

Wonders on Wednesday
Wednesday 6 February
Join expert Library and Archive staff to learn more about the wonderful, often remarkable, stories that the University collections can tell.  

Going probiotic: The turn to life in human and environmental health
Wednesday 6 February
Evaluating widespread anxieties about the pathologies of modern forms of biopower informing a probiotic turn in the management of human and environmental health.

On attention-seeking
Wednesday 6 February
The latest in the Adam Phillips Lecture Series.

Dark Matters
Thursday 7 February
The York Union welcomes Professor Joseph Silk to describe the dark side of the Universe, how we measure it, and why it matters.

From scarcity to abundance: How water resource management can contribute to cooperation and stability in the Middle East
Thursday 7 February
How Israel can leverage its water abundance for regional cooperation and stability.

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