Marshall McLuhan Symposium 2017 - 'Extremes'

Saturday 29 April 2017

The Marshall McLuhan Symposium is the MCR's flagship annual academic event in which graduate students, fellows and members of the college academic community from all subject areas come together to present on aspects of their research.

Date: Saturday 29 April 2017
Time: 17:00 Drinks in the Chetwode Room | 17:30 Leslie Stephen Room
Location: Trinity Hall
Cost: There is no cost however booking is required
Theme: Extremes

The McLuhan Symposium is an all-day event which consists of talks and presentations by current graduate students. All alumni are invited to attend the final keynote by TH alumna, Dr Noemie Bouhana (1998), Senior Lecturer at the Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London, which will be preceded by a drinks reception in the Terrace Room. This year's theme is 'Extremes'.

Booking: There is no cost to attend however we ask that you book using the online booking form below. Alternatively, please email to confirm your attendance.

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Marshal McLuhan Symposium 2017
Drinks reception and final keynote by Dr Noemie Bouhana (1998)
29 April 2017
Attendees: 1 No Charge

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