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More UEA lectures at the Forum

Tuesday 4 June
Part of the UEA Forum Showcase Week: free UEA public lectures in The Curve – the downstairs lecture theatre at The Forum – take your pick and drop in, no need to book.

10am
50 Years in the TARDIS? Doctor Who and the TV anniversary special
Dr Keith Johnston, School of Film, Television & Media Studies

11am
How ‘natural’ is ‘natural’? Historical perspectives on Norfolk woods, heaths and commons
Professor Tom Williamson, School of History

12pm
What is climate engineering and could it, should it or would it ever be done?
Dr Nem Vaughan, School of Environmental Sciences

1pm
The limits and possibilities of weather and climate prediction
Professor David Stevens, School of Mathematics

2pm
The unreasonable usefulness of pure mathematics:
Algebra and Number Theory – what are they and what are they good for?
Professor Shaun Stevens, School of Mathematics

3pm
Norfolk to New Orleans: riding, reading and writing the Mississippi river
Dr Tom Ruys Smith, School of American Studies

4pm
King John, Magna Carta and the East Anglians
Professor Stephen Church, School of History

5pm
Careless people: Scott Fitzgerald and the invention of The Great Gatsby
Professor Sarah Churchwell, School of American Studies

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Plus, upstairs in Fusion, a rolling slideshow of short films to celebrate the University of East Anglia’s 50th birthday this year.

Did you know? the Forum's somewhat confusing room names of Cube, Curve and Fusion were chosen because they each had a 'U' in them to match the Forum logo.