We are delighted to launch a series of talks, Catz Chats, over the coming year. As we are currently unable to gather in College or further afield, we hope you will enjoy coming together as a community for this series of virtual gatherings.
All members and friends of St Catharine's are warmly welcome to attend any of the upcoming talks in our Catz Chats series. Each virtual gathering will take place live on Zoom and will last approximately 30 minutes to include a short Q and A session. Following the live event, a highlights video will be available on the College website and social media channels.
Coming Soon: BioRISC at St Catharine's
Our next Catz Chats online event will take place on Friday 30 October 2020 at 14:00 BST and will feature Fellows, Lord Des Browne (Fellow Commoner, 2019), Professor William Sutherland (Environment Fellow, 2008 and Miriam Rothschild Professor of Conservation Biology) and Dr David Aldridge (Dawson College Lecturer in Biological Natural Sciences, 1997) who will discuss the Biosecurity Research Initiative at St Catharine's.
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Webinar ID: 925 2810 5897
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The Master and Senior Tutor in Conversation
Our first Catz Chats event took place on 2 July 2020. The highlights video can be viewed below.
Medicine in the current climate
The second Catz Chats event took place on Friday 24 July 2020 between Professor Stefan Marciniak (Professor of Respiratory Science; MB/PhD programme director) and Professor Nick Morrell (Professor of Cardiopulmonary Medicine; Director of the Cambridge Heart and Lung Research Institute). The highlights video can be viewed below.
History at St Catharine's
On Friday 18 September 2020 we were joined by Professor Sir Chris Clark (Regius Professor of History at the University of Cambridge and Ostrer Professorial Fellow in History at St Catharine’s) and Dr Niamh Gallagher (Lecturer in Modern British and Irish History at the University of Cambridge and Postgraduate Tutor at St Catharine’s). The conversation was wide ranging with Professor Sir Chris Clark talking about his publication The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914, which received international acclaim, whilst Dr Niamh Gallgher discussed her first book Ireland and the Great War: A Social and Political History (Bloomsbury, 2019). This work is a revisionist history of the Irish in the First World War and is the first work of Irish history to win the Royal Historical Society's 2020 Whitfield Prize since it was established in 1976.