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Inaugural Lecture by Prof Jennifer Whitty.

Is it worth it? Balancing the costs and benefits of healthcare

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Learning Words Creates Smart Word Learning

Prof Larissa Samuelson, School of Psychology



What is international history? (And why should we study it?)

Prof Thomas Otte, School of History


House of cards: dementia at home

Prof Eneida Mioshi, School of Health Sciences


Disruptive Innovation and Optimal Policy Responses

Prof Kai Uwe Kuhn


The globalised world of the Middle Ages: an archaeologist's view

Prof Anne Haour, Sainsbury Research Unit


I Haven't Seen That In The Karma Sutra!

Dr Tom Shakespeare, Norwich Medical School


'Et tu, brain?' Healthy ageing and dementia

Prof Michael Hornberger, Norwich Medical School


UEA London Lecture: Speaking of Writing

with Joe Dunthorne, Emma Healey, Naomi Woods and Prof Andrew Cowan


Pop music and the disabled body

Prof George McKay, School of Art, Media and American Studies


The power of frustration: pioneering clean hydrogen energy

Prof Gregory Wildgoose, School of Chemistry


God matters to us all

Rt Hon Prof Charles Clarke (Former Home Secretary)


I'm okay, you're okay: religion in the public square

Prof Lee Marsden, Head of School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies


Faith and British politics

Baroness Sayeeda Warsi (former Minister of State for Faith and Communities)

and Aaqil Ahmed (BBC Head of Religion and Ethics)


Maximising potential through occupational therapy and education

Prof Nicola Spalding, School of Health Sciences


Greenhouse gases and bioenergy: theologians and radicals have a laugh while Martians eat metals

Prof David Richardson, Vice-Chancellor


'Please sir, I want some more': food and hunger in Victorian Britain

Prof Emma Griffin, School of History