[EVENT] Cambridge Humanities Review Literary Festival
CAMBRIDGE HUMANITIES REVIEW LITERARY FESTIVAL AND GARDEN PARTY
Leckhampton House, Thursday 18th June, 2-7pm
Free for all subscribers to the CHR magazine, £4 for others
The Cambridge Humanities Review welcomes all Cambridge students, staff and local residents to a literary festival and garden party, held in the picturesque grounds of Leckhampton House. Confirmed speakers include Lord Rowan Williams and Lord Maurice Glasman in conversation on the future of ‘Blue Labour’, Professor Christine Carpenter on Magna Carta and Professor Paul Cartledge on ancient Greek democracy. There will also be a Heffers book stall, live music, food and drink. Issue 9 of the CHR will be available to purchase, featuring writing by Professor Cartledge and Professor Raymond Geuss amongst others.
The event is free to all CHR magazine subscribers and £4 for others. To buy a year subscription (for as little as £5), follow the link: www.cambridgereview.weebly.
To join the guest list, and for further details follow the link: www.cambridgereview.weebly.