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*ONLINE* Thinking On Sunday: Assignment Moscow – Reporting on Russia from Lenin to Putin | Sunday 1st November
The story of western correspondents in Russia is the story of Russia’s attitude to the west. James Rodgers analyses the news throughout history, from the coverage of the siege of the Winter Palace and a plot to kill Stalin, to the Chernobyl explosion and the Salisbury poison scandal.
Using state-of-the-art live-stream technology, the “gripping” (The Strad) Linos Piano Trio, winners of the 2015 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, perform live from Conway Hall.
*ONLINE* National Secular Society: Bradlaugh Lecture 2020 – The Ultimate Blasphemy: Disestablishing the Church of England | Tuesday 3rd November
Geoffrey Robertson QC, who defended the last blasphemy cases in the UK – against Gay News and The Satanic Verses – recalls the struggle to abolish the blasphemy law and looks forward to the struggle to disestablish the Church of England before the coronation of Charles III.
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Since the start of the Trump era, the United States and the Western world has finally begun to wake up to the threat of online warfare and the attacks from Russia. The question no one seems to be able to answer is: what can the West do about it? Nina Jankowicz reveals all.
Did you learn in school that the Greeks invented civilization? Do you believe that aliens built the pyramids? Stacy Hackner discusses a few ways in which a common conception of the past doesn’t add up, why we’ve come to think of history in this biased way, and how we can continue to question and correct these misunderstandings.
*ONLINE* Thinking on Sunday: Pandemic Solidarity – Mutual Aid during the Covid-19 Crisis | Sunday 15th November
Marina Sitrin discusses what she found whilst writing her book Pandemic Solidarity, which collects first-hand experiences from around the world of people creating their own narratives of solidarity and mutual aid during the global crisis of COVID-19.
Video games are primed for change: roughly half of all players identify as female. Games themselves need a creative platform-expanding, metaphysical explosion; feminism can make games better.
Join us for our Saturday Salsa Special. With one of the best dance floors around. If you have never been to one of our socials in this venue, please come join us for a great night of dancing! Starting with a class from Gil and Shelley, dancing until 2 am!
*ONLINE* Thinking On Sunday: Cyber Republic – Reinventing Democracy in the Age of Intelligent Machines | Sunday 29th November
George Zarkadakis envisions a future liberal democracy in which intelligent machines facilitate citizen assemblies, helping to extend citizen rights, and blockchains and cryp-to-economics enable new forms of democratic governance and business collaboration.
Using state-of-the-art live-stream technology, the Tunnell Trust Award wining Greenwich Trio perform live from Conway Hall.