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Open Lectures - Public Poetry by Rachael King

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The University of Edinburgh

Room LG34, Paterson's Land

Holyrood Road

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Open Lectures

Our Open Lectures series celebrates the research, projects, collaborations, events and professional practices of our teaching staff at the Centre for Open Learning. Our courses are designed and taught by an extraordinary range of talented and dedicated academics, practitioners and professionals. Many enjoy long and distinguished careers whilst others are in the early stages, perhaps in the midst of their postdoctoral study or working on their first book or exhibition.

Our new series will bring our learning community together to listen and engage with our tutors, as they reveal the story behind their own practices and research, perhaps through a funded project, a commission or continuing professional development.

Public Poetry

Our fourth lecture will explore how poetry appears on the walls of the underground, Instagram, twitter, and in newspapers help us reflect and make sense of life in the 21st Century.


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The event is free and open to the public. To secure your place, tickets have to be booked in advance via this page. The lecture will take place in a lecture theatre which is accessible to wheelchair users and equipped with an induction loop system.

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