[EVENT] CAMBRIDGE HUMANITIES REVIEW ISSUE 9, LITERARY FESTIVAL AND GARDEN PARTY
CAMBRIDGE HUMANITIES REVIEW ISSUE 9
This bumper is shortly due for publication and features Prof. Raymond Geuss ‘Who may make fun of whom?’, Prof. Paul Cartledge ’10 Things You Really Should Know About Ancient Greek Democracy’, as well as articles and reviews on topics as diverse as Seamus Heaney, the late historian Sir Christopher Bayly, Indian art, counterfactual history and much more. Buy a year subscription for our next three issues for just £5 on our website, which includes free entry to the CHR Literary Festival and Garden Party, held on the 18th June at the beautiful venue of Leckhampton House, with live jazz, speakers including Lord Maurice Glasman and Professor Christine Carpenter, food and drink:
THE CAMBRIDGE HUMANITIES REVIEW LITERARY FESTIVAL AND GARDEN PARTY
Leckhampton House, Cambridge, CB3 9BJ, £4 entry (free to subscribers)
Thursday 18th June 2-7pm
Speakers, jazz, drinks, food, books and more…
It’s not too late to sign up for the guest list of the CHR Literary Festival and Garden Party, held in the beautiful gardens of the Victorian villa Leckhampton House.
Sign up here: www.cambridgereview.weebly.
Speakers include Lord Maurice Glasman and Professor David Runciman on the future of the Labour Party, Professor Christine Carpenter on Magna Carta and Professor Paul Cartledge 10 things you really should know about ancient Greek democracy.
Music will provided by the Patrick Olsen Jazz Trio, food provided by GoGo Gogi Gui serving Korean fusion sweet-soy marinated beef burgers, spicy-chilli marinated pork burgers, and vegetarian stir-fried japchae noodles (£5.50 each). Heffers will be running a book stall (10% off all titles) and there will also be second hand books on sale.
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