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    Louise Jordan Unicorn Theatre, Abingdon Thu 7 May: 8-11pm

    Spring Weekend of Song - Masterclass with Sophie Daneman & Stephan Loges Holywell Music Room Sun 12 Apr: 1.30pm - 6.30pm

    Hatha Yoga Wild Honey Tue 3 Mar: 6.30-8pm

    Last chance to book for

    Charity Paintballing
    Book by Sat, 28 February

    (Starts Sat, 9 May)

    No Frills
    Book by Sat, 28 February

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    Reality, Truth & Conscious Light
    Book by Sat, 28 February

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    dCS - the best digital sources in the world?
    Book by Sat, 28 February

    (Starts Sat, 28 February)

    Taste of The Argentine
    Book by Sat, 28 February

    (Starts Fri, 27 February)

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    Friday 27th February 2015 Hide

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    Eleanor Marx: A Life.

    With Rachel Holmes, writer and historian.

    5 - 6pm Free.

    Mansfield College, Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TF, Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm. Admission free.

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/eleanor-marx-life 01865 282894

    Lectures, Today, This Week, History

    The English people at war in the age of Henry VIII: Killing and dying

    How did Henry VIII's subjects cope with the pressures war placed upon them?

    5 - 6pm free

    Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (6)15008

    Lectures, Today, This Week, History, War

    Liquid crystals and their Myriad applications by Dr. Apala Majumdar Keble Advanced Studies Centre

    History and key developments in the theory and applications of liquid crystals.

    5:30pm Free

    Keble College, Parks Road, Oxford OX13PG

    www.keble-asc.com Email Me

    No need to book!

    Lectures, Science, Today, This Week

    Special Lecture with Raj Thakker

    With Professor Rajesh Thakker, May Professor of Medicine.

    5.30 - 6.30pm Free

    Somerville College, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6HD, Daily 2pm - 4.30pm. Admission free.

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 270630

    Lectures, Today, This Week

    Self-Control: A problem of self-management

    Professor Neil Levy discusses conflicts between smaller, sooner and larger, later rewards.

    1 - 3pm free

    Oxford Martin School, Old Indian Institute, 34 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BD

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 286888

    Lectures, Today, This Week, Philosophy

    What Future for the Global Trading System?

    Is the World Trade Organisation still relevant?

    2 - 3.30pm Free

    Blavatnik School of Government, 10 Merton Street, Oxford OX1 4JJ

    ...ox.ac.uk... 07507592870

    Lectures, Today, This Week, Politics

    Community talk: How to Build a Heroine East Oxford Community Classics Centre

    Informal, friendly talk on heroines in the ancient world. Drinks available, all welcome.

    6-7pm Free

    East Oxford Community Classics Centre, Hosted at Cheney School, Cheney Lane, Headington OX3 7QH

    ...eoccc.org.uk... Email Me

    Must book by 26 Feb 2015

    Lectures, Poetry, Today, This Week

    ArtFriday 27th February 2015 Hide

    The Factory Floor: Tapestry

    Modern Art Oxford invites craftspeople to demonstrate their skills. This week, Claire Buckley demonstrates weaving on a simple frame loom.

    2-5pm Free.

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

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    Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Art, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    A Celebration of the Essay Waterstones Booksellers

    Joanna Kavenna and Phillip Lopate are two writers committed to the essay.

    7pm £5/£3 Waterstones cardholders

    Waterstone's Bookshop, William Baker House, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3AF, Mon - Sat: 9am - 7pm Sun: 11am - 5pm

    www.waterstones.com 01865 790212

    Booking advised by 27 Feb 2015

    Lectures, Books, Art, Today, This Week

    FestivalFriday 27th February 2015 Hide

    Oxford Hub Happiness Fortnight Oxford Hub

    A project investigating and cultivating happiness and well-being in Oxford!

    free

    Oxford Hub, 1st Floor, 16-17 Turl Street, Oxford OX1 3DH

    oxhubhappiness.weebly.com/

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    Meeting, Lectures, Festival, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Wellbeing

    Saturday 28th February 2015 Hide

    LecturesSaturday 28th February 2015 Hide

    "The cost of life on earth" ECCR Oxford Conference Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility

    How do we use our money to tackle the climate crisis and create a more positive world?

    10-5pm £20/£15 (£30/£20 if attending dinner on 27th)

    Wesley Memorial Hall, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DH

    Email Me 07976691059

    Must book by 27 Feb 2015 Book tickets

    Eco, Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Conference, Tomorrow, This Week

    In the Footsteps of Blake

    The pairing of poetry and illustration has never been as inspiring or revolutionary as that seen in the work of William Blake. With the digital tools we have today it is easy for us to follow in his footsteps and connect writing with images.

    11.30am - 12.30pm £5 (£4)

    Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH, Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/footsteps-blake 01865 (2)78285

    Lectures, Tomorrow, This Week

    In the footsteps of Blake Ashmolean Museum

    William Blake and his influence on art and poetry today

    11.00 - 12.30 £5

    Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH, Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm

    www.ashmolean.ox.org.uk Email Me 07962532478

    Must book by 10 Feb 2015

    Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Poetry, Art, Tomorrow, This Week

    Dalai Lama Centre Colloquium: Persons and Community Dalai Lama Centre/Humane Philosophy Project

    Day colloquium hosted by the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion: on 'Persons and Community'.

    1-8pm £5

    Blackfriars, 64 St Giles, Oxford

    compassionoxford.com/ Email Me

    Booking advised by 28 Feb 2015

    Lectures, Ethical, Tomorrow, This Week, Philosophy

    Teri Terry Book Signing- Mind Games Blackwell's

    Author of the bestselling teen fiction Slated Trilogy series, will be signing Mind Games

    2pm Free

    Blackwells Bookshop, 48-51 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BQ

    ...blackwell.co.uk... Email Me 01865 333623

    Lectures, Books, Tomorrow, This Week

    Voltaire and the Newtonian Revolution (One-Day Conference) St Cross College, University of Oxford

    This event will be a one-day conference on the 28th February 2015 at St Cross College.

    10.30am-5.30pm FREE

    St Cross College, 61 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LZ

    ...ox.ac.uk... Email Me

    Must book by 23 Feb 2015

    Lectures, Tomorrow, This Week, History, Philosophy

    ArtSaturday 28th February 2015 Hide

    Making Colour The Old Fire Station

    Demonstration and talk by artist and lecturer James Heard.

    6.30-8pm £6 (£4)

    The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ, Shop and gallery open 10am – 5pm, Tuesday – Saturday. OFS Venue for gigs/theatre open whenever there's an event.

    ...oldfirestation.org.uk...

    No need to book!

    Exhibition, Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Art, Tomorrow, This Week

    Making Colour Arts at the Old Fire Station

    National Gallery lecturer James Heard on making pigments. Lecture and demonstration.

    6.30 - 8.00pm £6, £4

    The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ, Shop and gallery open 10am – 5pm, Tuesday – Saturday. OFS Venue for gigs/theatre open whenever there's an event.

    ...oldfirestation.org.uk... Email Me 01865 305305

    Book tickets

    Exhibition, Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Art, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Factory Floor: Tapestry

    Modern Art Oxford invites craftspeople to demonstrate their skills. This week, Claire Buckley demonstrates weaving on a simple frame loom.

    2-5pm Free.

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

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    Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Art, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    FestivalSaturday 28th February 2015 Hide

    Oxford International Women's Festival Oxford International Women's Festival

    Theme is ' Women Crossing Borders ' All Welcome. Various venues across Oxon

    various times various prices

    Various Venues,

    oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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    Nature, Theatre, Lectures, Festival, Tomorrow, This Week

    Oxford Hub Happiness Fortnight Oxford Hub

    A project investigating and cultivating happiness and well-being in Oxford!

    free

    Oxford Hub, 1st Floor, 16-17 Turl Street, Oxford OX1 3DH

    oxhubhappiness.weebly.com/

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    Meeting, Lectures, Festival, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Wellbeing

    Sunday 1st March 2015 Hide

    LecturesSunday 1st March 2015 Hide

    "Hold on, hold on tight!" Fairies, Love and Death Somerville College

    Dr Carolyne Larrington discusses fairies, superstition, and their influence on religion.

    6pm Free

    Somerville College, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6HD, Daily 2pm - 4.30pm. Admission free.

    www.some.ox.ac.uk/196/all/1/Chapel.aspx

    Lectures, This Week

    FestivalSunday 1st March 2015 Hide

    Oxford International Women's Festival Oxford International Women's Festival

    Theme is ' Women Crossing Borders ' All Welcome. Various venues across Oxon

    various times various prices

    Various Venues,

    oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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    Nature, Theatre, Lectures, Festival, Tomorrow, This Week

    Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    LecturesMonday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    The existential dimension of religious thought

    With Mark Wynn, Professor of Philosophy and Religion (University of Leeds)

    5 - 6.15pm NIL

    Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (2) 70797

    Lectures, This Week

    A ticking time bomb: the infectious threat of antibiotic resistance

    Professor Dame Sally Davies, the UK's Chief Medical Officer, describes the potentially catastrophic threat.

    5.30 - 7pm Free

    Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 616593

    Lectures, Health, Science, This Week

    The age of the Genizah, c.1000 - c.1200

    With Nicholas de Lange, Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Cambridge.

    5 - 6.15pm Free

    Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/age-genizah-c1000-c1200 01865 (2) 70797

    Lectures, This Week, History, Religion

    The Urbanising Water World in Africa

    This seminar will be followed by a drinks reception. All are welcome.

    5 - 6.30pm Free.

    School of Geography and the Environment, Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3QY

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 285535

    Nature, Lectures, This Week

    Simon Russell Beale Inaugural Cameron Mackintosh Lecture

    To be entered into the ballot to attend, please complete the online form at www.stcatz.ox.ac.uk/srbinaugural by 17:00 on Wednesday 18 February.

    5.30 - 6.30pm Free

    St Catherine's College, Manor Road, Oxford OX1 3UJ, Daily 9am - 5pm. Admission free.

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (2)71760

    Theatre, Lectures, Shakespeare, This Week

    Creativity and Entanglement by Prof. Ian Hodder (Stanford University) Keble ASC Creativity Cluster

    Relationships between creativity and productive tensions between dependence and dependency

    5pm Free

    Keble College, Parks Road, Oxford OX13PG

    www.keble-asc.com Email Me

    Lectures, Science, This Week

    Simon Armitage: 'Putting Poetry in its Place' Trinity College Oxford

    Richard Hillary Memorial Lecture 2015 given by Simon Armitage

    5 pm Free

    Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre, St Cross Building, St Cross Building, Manor Road OX13TU

    ...ox.ac.uk... Email Me 01865287485

    Lectures, Poetry, This Week

    ARM wrestling: In Conversation with Warren East: How ARM Played the Titans of Silicon Valley at their own Game.

    Conversation with CEO of ARM, which has manufactured 8 times as many microprocessors as there are people on the planet.

    5.30 - 6.30pm free

    Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (2)88716

    Lectures, Science, This Week

    Identifying the destitute: An ordinal approach for identifying linked subsets of multidimensionally poor

    Everyone is welcome, and a complimentary sandwich lunch is available.

    1 - 2pm Free.

    Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TB

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 71528

    Lectures, This Week

    Tolkien and Beowulf: a match made in Pembroke

    Free lecture by Professor Andy Orchard. Booking required.

    5 - 6pm free

    Pembroke College, 37 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1DW, Not usually open to visitors.

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (6)10952

    Lectures, Books, This Week, Storytelling

    Shadows of a former Self: the True Self taught by the Tathāgatagarbha Literature Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies

    A talk by Mr. Chris Jones, University of Oxford.

    5:30pm Free. All welcome.

    St Peter's College, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DL

    www.ocbs.org/ Email Me 01865 274098

    No need to book!

    Lectures, This Week, Buddhism

    Love, Fear & the Mind's Moral Dynamics Interdisciplinary Seminars in Psychoanalysis

    Understanding 'drives' and 'ambivalence'. Joel Backstrom, Abo Akademi.

    8.15-9.45pm Free

    St John's College Research Centre, 45 St Giles'

    oxfordpsychoanalysis.blogspot.co.uk Email Me

    Lectures, This Week

    CinemaMonday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Ruskin College 01865 759600 — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Going Through the Change

    Screening of film produced for 'National Women Against Pit Closures', followed by discussion.

    6.30-10pm Free

    Cinema, Lectures, Festival, Women's Issues, This Week, Politics

    FestivalMonday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Oxford International Women's Festival Oxford International Women's Festival

    Theme is ' Women Crossing Borders ' All Welcome. Various venues across Oxon

    various times various prices

    Various Venues,

    oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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    Nature, Theatre, Lectures, Festival, Tomorrow, This Week

    TheatreMonday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Storytelling Republic: professional storyteller with a tale of love for adults Albion Beatnik Bookshop

    Chris Smith tells the Love Lesson of Abu Nawas, a must for seekers of the beloved!

    8 - 10pm £8, £6 conc

    Albion Beatnik Bookstore, 34 Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6AU, Mon - Tue: 11am - 8pm, Wed - Sat: 11am - 11pm, Sun: 2pm - 5pm

    Website albionbeatnikbookshop@gmail.com 07737 876213

    Booking advised by 01 Mar 2015

    Theatre, Meeting, Lectures, Books, This Week

    Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    LecturesTuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Protection, capability and social membership: The precarious case of former unaccompanied minors in British asylum appeals

    Informal seminar with discussion for all interested in childhood and youth.

    5 - 6pm Free.

    Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TB

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 270336

    Lectures, This Week

    Squaring the Circle? Developments in research on adolescent risk and ‘parenting support' in southern and East Africa

    Informal seminar with discussion for all interested in childhood and youth.

    5 - 6pm Free.

    Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TB

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 270336

    Lectures, This Week

    Africa's Information Revolution: Rhetoric and Reality

    Presenting a paper based on over 200 firm level interviews in Tanzania and South Africa.

    4.30 - 6pm Free.

    Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JS

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865287210

    Lectures, This Week

    The Science of Self-Control

    Professor Neil Levy outlines some of the main perspectives on self-control and its loss.

    3.30 - 5.30pm free

    Oxford Martin School, Old Indian Institute, 34 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BD

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/science-self-control 01865 286888

    Lectures, Science, This Week, Philosophy

    The ancient roots of the medieval translations

    Nicholas de Lange, Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Cambridge.

    2.30 - 3.45pm Free

    Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Clarendon Institute, Walton Street, Oxford

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (2) 70797

    Lectures, This Week, History, Religion

    The History of Muslim-Christian Relations: What Relevance for Today? Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies

    Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies Annual Joint Lecture Series

    5-6.30pm Free

    The Song School, 109a Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1EH

    cmcsoxford.org.uk/ Email Me 01865 613440

    No need to book!

    Lectures, This Week

    FestivalTuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Oxford International Women's Festival Oxford International Women's Festival

    Theme is ' Women Crossing Borders ' All Welcome. Various venues across Oxon

    various times various prices

    Various Venues,

    oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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    Nature, Theatre, Lectures, Festival, Tomorrow, This Week

    Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

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    The Euston Road School: A Very British Group of Artists

    David Addison discusses the school who favoured social realism and questioned fashionable modernist trends.

    2 - 3pm £5/£4 concessions

    Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH, Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 278285

    Lectures, This Week

    A Lunchtime Talk with Walter Isaacson

    Free lunchtime talk, exploring the personalities behind the digital revolution, from Von Neunann and Turing to Gates and Jobs.

    1pm Free

    Blackwells Bookshop, 48-51 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BQ

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 616733

    Lectures, Books, Science, Computers, This Week

    Carlyle Lectures: Ordering the Carolingian World II

    5 - 6pm Free

    Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 (6)15008

    Lectures, This Week

    Technological Progress and the Green Energy Transition

    Following the agreement between Presidents Obama and Xi Jinping on carbon caps, the focus of climate change negotiations is focussed on the Paris Conference of the Parties in December 2015. This seminar series looks at the big issues at Paris, the chances of success, the possible shape of an agreement, whether it will have much impact, what the alternative approaches are, and what lies beyond in technology and climate change policy.

    5 - 6.15pm Free

    School of Geography and the Environment, Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3QY

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 614 966

    Lectures, This Week

    Russia: A partner and ally, or a Cold War competitor?

    With Dimitar Bechev (LSE), Oleg Levitin (EBRD).

    5 - 6.45pm Free

    St Antony's College, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6JF, Visits by appointment only.

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 274537

    Lectures, This Week, Politics, Russian

    Andrew Dilnot on why counting things really matters Tea and Talks

    Essential statistics about the world are everywhere, but how can we prevent their misuse?

    2.15-4.15 (talks 2.30-3.30) £1 including tea and cake

    St Margaret's Institute, 30 Polstead Road, Oxford OX2 6TN

    www.smi-oxford.org.uk/

    Lectures, This Week

    Physicist... or Spy? Oxfordshire Science Festival

    A talk from Professor Frank Close on his search for atomic scientist Bruno Pontecorvo.

    7pm Free

    Amey Hall, Abingdon School, Park Road, Abingdon OX14 1DE

    ...oxfordshiresciencefestival.com... Email Me

    No need to book!

    Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Science, This Week

    Frank Close - Bruno Pontecorvo: Physicist or Spy Abingdon School

    Secrets of Abingdon's Cold War scientist revealed in talk at Abingdon School.

    7:00pm-9:30pm Free

    Amey Hall, Abingdon School, Park Road, Abingdon OX14 1DE

    www.abingdon.org.uk/frankclosetalk elizabeth.robson@abingdon.org.uk

    Lectures, Books, This Week

    Refugees – What's Wrong with History?

    Why have refugees been marginalised from mainstream historiography?

    5 - 6.30pm free

    Refugee Studies Centre, 3 Worcester Street, Oxford OX1 2PZ

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865281724

    Lectures, This Week

    Living in a quantum world

    The fundamentals of quantum physics - and potential applications in the worlds of biology and technology. Booking required.

    5 - 6.30pm Free

    Oxford Martin School, Old Indian Institute, 34 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BD

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/living-quantum-world 01865 616593

    Lectures, Science, This Week

    Ageing and Identity: why is it important to study history

    With Dr Helen Emmott, in the series on 'Norms, Values and Theories'.

    12.30 - 2pm Free.

    Oxford Institute Of Population Ageing, 66 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PR

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 612810

    Lectures, This Week, History

    The Print and the Art Historian

    With Antony Griffiths (Former Keeper of the Department of Prints and Drawings, British Museum).

    5 - 6pm free

    Andrew Wiles Building (Mathematical Institute), Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6GG

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/print-and-art-historian 01865 (2)86830

    Lectures, This Week

    Freedom of Speech: What It Has Been and What It Should Be Foundation for Law, Justice and Society

    A lecture given by Sir Richard Sorabji CBE on the history and principles of free speech.

    17:30- 19:00 Free

    Leonard Wolfson Auditorium, Wolfson College, Linton Road, Oxford, OX2 6UD

    fljs.org/freedom-of-speech Email Me 01865 284435

    Booking advised by 04 Mar 2015 Book tickets

    Lectures, This Week, Politics, Philosophy

    The Palaiologan period

    Nicholas de Lange, Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Cambridge.

    5 - 6pm Free

    Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Clarendon Institute, Walton Street, Oxford

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/palaiologan-period 01865 (2) 70797

    Lectures, This Week, History, Religion

    ArtWednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    The Factory Floor: Ceramics

    Modern Art Oxford invites craftspeople to demonstrate their skills. This week, Caroline Haurie will demonstrate the process of 'throwing' functional pots on the wheel (bowls, cups, vases).

    2-5pm Free.

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

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    Courses and Workshops, Lectures, Art, This Week

    FestivalWednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    Oxford International Women's Festival Oxford International Women's Festival

    Theme is ' Women Crossing Borders ' All Welcome. Various venues across Oxon

    various times various prices

    Various Venues,

    oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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    Nature, Theatre, Lectures, Festival, Tomorrow, This Week

    Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    LecturesThursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Thursday Lunchtime Talks at St Giles - The Wisdom of the Mystics Oxford Centre for Spiritual Growth

    A series of talks by influential speakers on mystics from the Desert Fathers to Dante.

    12.30pm Free (retiring collection)

    St Giles' Church, 10 Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6HA

    www.ocsg.uk.net/ Email Me

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    Lectures, Worship, This Week, Religion

    Floodplain Meadows: Patterns in Vegetation Oxford U3A

    Talk by David Gowing.

    2pm £2 visitors; free for Oxford U3A members

    Rewley House, Dept. of Continuing Education, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JA

    u3aoxford.org.uk/ Email Me

    Eco, Lectures, This Week

    Changing preferences for welfare?

    Lecture: an empirical investigation of policy change and attitudinal change.

    5 - 6.30pm Free.

    Barnett House, 32 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2ER

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 270262

    Lectures, This Week, Politics

    Global water risks and the climate adaptation challenge

    Professor Jim Hall will consider the limits to adaptation.

    5 - 6.30pm free

    Oxford Martin School, Old Indian Institute, 34 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BD

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 616593

    Lectures, This Week

    The Impact of Outwards Migration on Ageing in Central Asia

    With Dr John Round.

    12.30 - 2pm Free.

    Oxford Institute Of Population Ageing, 66 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PR

    ...ox.ac.uk... 01865 612810

    Lectures, This Week

    Crossing the Barriers Within

    Conversation, reflection, creative activities, meditation and light refreshments.

    6-8pm Free

    Inner Space, 21 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3AS, Mon-Sat: 10am - 6pm; Sun closed in winter but 12 - 4.30pm May - August

    Family Friendly, Meeting, Lectures, Festival, Women's Issues, This Week, Politics

    The Ugly Animal Roadshow Oxfordshire Science Festival

    Join us for an evening, looking at Mother Nature's more aesthetically challenged creatures

    6pm Free

    Cokethorpe School, Witney

    ...oxfordshiresciencefestival.com... Email Me

    Must book by 05 Mar 2015 Book tickets

    Nature, Lectures, Science, This Week

    Women's Health, Wellbeing and Human Rights Fair

    Highlights include free refreshment, stalls, women's wellbeing workshops, and children's activities.

    12-7pm Free

    Cowley Wellbeing Centre, 26 Between Towns Road, Oxford OX4 3LZ.

    Family Friendly, Meeting, Lectures, Festival, Women's Issues, This Week, Politics

    Care in Death

    Discuss death and dying; how to create a legal, personal, and affordable home funeral.

    10am-2.30pm Free

    Eynsham; location given upon booking

    Book tickets

    Meeting, Lectures, Festival, Women's Issues, This Week, Politics

    The Confidence to Showcase London and the UK: 2012 Olympics

    Dame Tessa Jowell will outline the planned benefits for UK plc.

    6pm - 7pm Free

    JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus

    www.brookes.ac.uk/about-brookes/events/ Email Me 01865 484864

    Must book by 05 Mar 2015 Book tickets

    Lectures, This Week

    Computational methods in class analysis Oxford Communist Corresponding Society

    Public meeting. Twenty minute talk, one hour discussion. All welcome.

    7.30-9pm Free

    The Mitre (upstairs function room), 17 High Street, Oxford OX1 4AG

    communistcorrespondingsociety.org Email Me

    No need to book!

    Lectures, Science, Computers, This Week, Politics

    ArtThursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    The Factory Floor: Ceramics

    Modern Art Oxford invites craftspeople to demonstrate their skills. This week, Caroline Haurie will demonstrate the process of 'throwing' functional pots on the wheel (bowls, cups, vases).

    2-5pm Free.

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

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    Latin With Mr Gwynne Waterstones Booksellers

    Learn latin in half an hour with THE EXPERT. A truly mind-enhancing literary event!

    7pm £5/£3 Waterstones cardholders

    Waterstone's Bookshop, William Baker House, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3AF, Mon - Sat: 9am - 7pm Sun: 11am - 5pm

    www.waterstones.com 01865 790212

    Booking advised by 05 Mar 2015

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    Crafty Networking

    A series of tours, talks and workshops presented in partnership with the Embroiderer's Guild.

    6 - 8pm Free

    O3 Gallery, Oxford Castle, New Road, Oxford OX1 1AY, Tue - Fri 12-5pm, Sat & Sun 11am-4pm. Closed Mondays

    www.ox.ac.uk/event/crafty-networking-1 01865 613017

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    FestivalThursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Oxford International Women's Festival Oxford International Women's Festival

    Theme is ' Women Crossing Borders ' All Welcome. Various venues across Oxon

    various times various prices

    Various Venues,

    oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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