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Inuit Visions of the Polar World with Dr Michael Bravo (Scott Polar Research Institute)

The Inuit of the High Arctic are famed for their navigation skills in a vast landscape, but just how far can they travel? Come to the Heong Gallery to discover the full extent of Inuit visions of their landscape across land, sea, and ice, with routes spanning the full width of North America all the way from Alaska to Greenland.

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Cambridge Literary Festival

Tue 18 April 2017 - Sun 23 April 2017

Various Venues in Cambridge

This year’s Spring Festival includes a vibrant line-up of speakers from the University of Cambridge, including environmentalist Tony Juniper and climate scientist Emily Shuckburgh; Professor of Politics David Runciman discusses The Age of Anger with Pankaj Mishra, Tump with Clare College Professor Andrew Preston and Sarah Churchwell, and argues against the motion that we are living in the new 1930s in the New Statesman Debate; Lucy Cavendish College President Jackie Ashley in conversation with Labour MP Harriet Harman; Master of Peterhouse College Bridget Kendall talks to Grantchester Mysteries author James Runcie; Master of Emmanuel College Fiona Reynolds reflects on the Hebrides with Madeleine Bunting; Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum Tom Knox talks with artist Maggi Hambling; and Research Associate at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion Beth Singler explores transhumanism with Mark O’Connell.

More information: www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com

Cost: £6-£12

Ages: All ages

Enquiries and booking

Please note that booking is required for this event.

Enquiries: Cambridge Live Tickets Website Email: tickets@cambridgelivetrust.co.uk Telephone: 01223 357 851


6:00pm daily from Tuesday 18 April until Sunday 23 April

All times

Tue 18 April 2017 6:00PM
Wed 19 April 2017 6:00PM
Thu 20 April 2017 6:00PM
Fri 21 April 2017 6:00PM
Sat 22 April 2017 6:00PM
Sun 23 April 2017 6:00PM


Address: Various Venues in Cambridge
Old Divnity School & Palmerston Room in St. John's College, Cambridge, CB2 1TP
Union Chamber and Blue Room at the Cambridge Union Society, 9a Bridge Street, CB2 1UB
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street, CB2 1RB
CB2 3E
United Kingdom
Email: admin@cambridgeliteraryfestival.com
Telephone: 01223515335