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There are many inter-disciplinary events and diverse things to do at the university: from lectures to comedy shows or from walks around the beautiful campus grounds to a monthly Farmers’ Market.

 

Arts and Culture are always on the lookout for something a little bit different, so if you are planning, or know of an event, that might be of interest to members of the public  then please do get in touch with us through our contact page.

 

 

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 Organised tour of Streatham Campus Grounds 

Organised tour of Streatham Campus Grounds

22nd November 2017 from 10 am to 12 noon

£5.00

Organised tour of the Streatham campus - Winter Tour Take a stroll through the grounds of the University of Exeter and gain an insight into one of the most attractive campuses of any British university. The original planting on the...

 Making History! 

Making History!

24th November 2017 from 7 pm to 9.30 pm

free - please book in advance

Get creative with the past..... For centuries, artists and writers have used the past as an inspiration for new works: from the history paintings of Raphael and Reynolds, to Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall. This event gives you a...

 Thinking through Fragments: Might and Right 

Thinking through Fragments: Might and Right

23rd November 2017 from 7pm to 9pm

free - please book in advance

How can we use the past to think about the present? The ancient Greek historian Thucydides claimed that his work would be a ‘possession for ever’, helping his readers understand war, politics and power – but his ideas...

 Whatever happened to Greek tragedy? 

Whatever happened to Greek tragedy?

22nd November 2017 at 5.30 pm

free - please book in advance

  Purple Lecture Theatre Newman  Building University of Exeter Stocker Road Exeter EX4 4QD You are cordially invited to the inaugural lecture of Professor Matthew Wright, Professor of Greek in the University of Exeter's Department of Classics and Ancient History. Greek tragedy is one of the...

 Experimental Archaeology: a multi-faceted tool 

Experimental Archaeology: a multi-faceted tool

7th December 2017 at 6pm

free - please book in advance

Lecture Theatre 1 Queen's Building University of Exeter Queen's Drive Exeter EX4 4QH You are cordially invited to the inaugural lecture of Professor Linda Hurcombe, Professor of Archaeology at the University of Exeter. In this lecture, Professor Hurcome will explain how experimental archaeology is a...