|COVID and disproportionality and what does it mean for health disparities moving forward?
|The 2021 Black History Month Lecture delivered by Professor Kevin Fenton, Public Health England's Regional Director of Public Health for London and statutory advisor to the Mayor of London and the London Assembly.
|Kevin Fenton, Gill Aitken, Alexander Gordon, Machilu Zimba
|9 November, 2021
|Medical Racism: Protecting ourselves, our families and our communities.
|A joint panel discussion organised by the University of Oxford and the University of Kent BME/BAME Staff Networks.
|Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, Winston Morgan, Mohammed Sakel, Roberta Babb, Aadil El-Turabi
|29 July, 2021
|Tales of Love and History - James Ivory in Conversation
|Oscar-winning American film-maker James Ivory will talk about his experiences with the legendary Merchant Ivory productions, in partnership with producer Ismail Merchant and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.
|James Ivory, Richard Parkinson, Katherine Harloe, Jennifer Ingleheart
|18 December, 2018
|Does love have a scent?
|Love is in the air - or is it? Companies are advertising that they can find you love through the power of scent! But are pheromones a chemical way to find your true love? Or is it just a myth?
|6 February, 2018
|Sexual Violence: the spectrum of support for survivors
|A podcast of an event which brought together local expertise that explored the support available to students who have experienced sexual violence.
|Mike Wallen, Mo Sayer, Ammara Kanwal, Siriol Davies, Maureen Freed
|3 June, 2016
|A Great Unrecorded History. LGBT Heritage and World Cultures
|Professor Parkinson discusses how to mobilise historical research into sexuality for maximum impact and the institutional, cultural and political issues that can be at stake, and suggests some of the possible uses of LGBTQ history.
|25 February, 2016
|Love's Labour's Lost
|Emma Smith continues her Approaching Shakespeare series with a lecture on the play Love's Labour's Lost.
|27 May, 2015
|Love and Math
|A public lecture given by Edward Frenkel, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley, talking around his best-selling book "Love and Math" followed by a conversation with Marcus du Sautoy and Q&A.
|Edward Frenkel, Marcus du Sautoy
|12 July, 2014
|Love and Sex in Victorian Fiction
|Victorian fiction is commonly thought of as treating love sentimentally and lacking all reference to sex. In this talk drawing on material from a book he is writing, Dr David Grylls, Fellow of Kellogg College, will contest such a view.
|4 October, 2013
|The Romance of the Middle Ages
|Dr Nicholas Perkins talks about how romance functions as a genre in the middle ages, especially about how gifts and tokens were exchanged as signs of fidelity, specifically in Sir Orfeo, Sir Gawain, and King Horn.
|21 June, 2012