----ABOUT THIS EVENT----
DETAILS COMING SOON
----ABOUT OUR SPEAKER----
Keith Kahn-Harris is a writer, sociologist, lecturer, salonist, and music critic. He is an honorary research fellow and associate lecturer at Birkbeck College and an associate fellow of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research and a lecturer at Leo Baeck College. He is a regular reviewer for a number of scholarly journals, including Sociology, Sociological Research Online, Journal of Contemporary Religion, European Journal of Cultural Studies, and Popular Music History.
The topics Kahn-Harris has published academic and non-academic articles on include Judaism, music scenes, heavy metal music, transgression, Israel, communities, dialogue, religion, ethnicity, political discourse, and denial.
This event is open to the public.
No registration or prior association with Cambridge Skeptics is required.
NOT ON SALE YET
Advance Tickets £5.00 (only 80 spaces)
Student (on the door with valid ID): £3.00 (subject to availability)
Unreserved seating is available for a maximum of 80 people on a first-come-first served basis.
Doors Open: 7:00pm
Talk Starts: 7:30pm
Event Ends: 9:00pm -9:30pm
Venue Closes: Midnight
Step-Free Access To Venue: Ye
Wheelchair Accessible Venue: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible Toilets: No
----FOOD & DRINK POLICY---
The bar provides a variety of food and drink. Only food and drink purchased at the venue can be consumed on the premises. Please place food orders early to avoid extended waiting times during busy periods.
----ABOUT THE HOST----
This event is hosted by Cambridge Skeptics. A not-for-profit community organisation for the promotion of science, positive skepticism and critical thinking skills. All ticket sales and donations received fund speaker expenses and running costs. Full details of all expenditure, accounts and profit/loss can be viewed at our annual AGM meetings. All the staff are volunteers and support these events in conjunction with their full-time jobs.