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Nottingham Culture & Café Scientifique Message Board › Cafe Sci and Cult - Please give us your ideas for speakers and topics

Cafe Sci and Cult - Please give us your ideas for speakers and topics

Melanie H.
user 8176685
Nottingham, GB
Post #: 7
Hello All

Cafe Sci and Cult invite you to give us your ideas for forthcoming events.

Have you an idea for a great topic that you think needs an airing?

Have you seen a great speaker in action?

Could you speak on a topic yourself?

If so, let us know your ideas and we will do our best to incorporate them into the programme for the Spring and Summer.

Kind Regards
Melanie, Hugh, Catherine
Zoe B.
user 12678500
Nottingham, GB
Post #: 4
You could try the freelance archaeologist Daryl Baxter, who runs a course on the history of witchcraft. I was in his class at Derby (a course on standing-structure archaeology).
Zoe B.
user 12678500
Nottingham, GB
Post #: 5
How about John Pickering and Katie Hall talking about their research into light phenomena (see http://lights2beyond....­. They're based in Kendal but visit Derbyshire fairly often. They attract large numbers at festivals and I have heard them talk at a couple of conferences.
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