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Take a look through our events recording collection below - we have a fantastic back catalogue of lectures, talks and online events on wide range of topics!

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In person – Human Rights Lecture 2024 – Kate Adie: “A Human Right – To Protest”

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The Faculty of Arts & Humanities and Amnesty International are delighted and privileged to welcome Kate Adie, BBC’s former Chief News Correspondent, to speak at the 10th lecture in the School of Humanities’ prestigious Human Rights Lecture series. The lecture will take place on Tuesday 14 May at 18:00, on Avenue Campus.

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The Faculty of Medicine presents an Inaugural Lecture by Professor Kate Ward | “A walk through lifecourse: people and places”

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An inevitable consequence of ageing is loss of bone and muscle strength. During childhood and adolescence, we can work to maximise our reservoir for later life. Across the world, changing environment presents challenges to older people and how they age. In this talk, Professor Ward will describe how her research has focused on understanding bone and muscle health through the lifecourse.

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An Evening of Storytelling | Presented by University of Southampton Alumni

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You're invited to an engaging evening of storytelling on Tuesday 7th May at the cosy Artisan Café in Southampton city centre. The event has been organised by members of our local alumni community and Southampton based social enterprise, the Touch Network. During this special event, you'll hear from four Southampton alumni, who are making a positive impact on our community and the city of Southampton. Their stories are real, heartfelt, and sure to leave you feeling inspired. In addition to hearing these stories, you will have the chance to learn about the University’s new local alumni network.

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LIMITED PLACES | “Lifesaving Innovation: Stopping the next pandemic in its tracks” | An evening lecture at The Royal College of Surgeons, London

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The University of Southampton is delighted to be hosting this special event at The Royal College of Surgeons in London, focusing on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Rapid, accurate and early diagnosis of infectious disease is the key to combatting the global threat of AMR and preventing another pandemic. At this exclusive, free event, you will hear from the pioneering scientists who are working on this challenge, and hear about the innovative rapid-diagnostic tool, iFAST.

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Gift of Sight presents | Winchester Bach Voices: J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion | 300th Anniversary Celebration | Winchester College Chapel

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We invite you to join us at Winchester College Chapel on Good Friday to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Bach’s St John Passion. Winchester Bach Voices will present a haunting and dramatic musical depiction of the Passion of Christ, as told in the Gospel of John. Pre-performance drinks will be served at 6pm, before the event begins at 7pm.

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LIMITED IN PERSON PLACES | The Parkes Lecture 2024 presents actor David Schneider: “Performance and Comedy as a response to Suffering”

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Comedian and actor David Schneider is coming to the university to give a guest lecture on Tuesday 19 March 2024 (The Parkes Lecture). Schneider is known for roles including in the Alan Partridge franchise (as BBC commissioning editor Tony Hayers, and as magician Tony le Mesmer), and roles in Horrid Henry: The Movie, ITV drama Whitechapel, and CITV series Uncle Max. He will be ‘in conversation’ with institute members Dr Katie Power and Dr Devorah Baum.

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