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College Calendar


This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
DateTimeCategoryEventDetails

10th Feb 201420:30Guest SpeakerTrinity Maths Society Prof. David Tong (DAMTP): TBAAll talks are to be held in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, and will begin at 8.30pm.

TBA

9th Feb 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: Monsignor Mark Langham, Chaplain at Fisher House, University of Cambridge
People of the New Testament: Peter

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Max Pappenheim (St Matthew's Bayswater) plays music by J.S. Bach (Chapel).

5th Feb 201417:00Guest SpeakerClark Lectures - Becoming Freud: The Psychoanalyst and the Biographer" A set of four lectures "Becoming Freud: The Psychoanalyst and the Biographer" A set of four lectures
Speaker : Adam Phillips, Psychoanalyst and Writer, Visiting Professor at the University of York

5th Feb: Freud Grows Up

The lectures are at Mill Lane at 5pm.

Future Lectures in this series will be held at the same location and time on:
12th Feb: Freud goes to Paris
19th Feb: Freud Begins to Dream

5th Feb 201418:30Guest SpeakerFellows' Research TalksProf. Roger Keynes (Medical Sciences):
Guiding nerves

And:

Dr. Nicholas Hardy (English):
"Supercilious critics, grammatical triflers"? The humanities between the late Renaissance and early Enlightenment

The talks are held in the Masters' Lodge and start at 6:30pm.

4th Feb 201420:30ChapelSchubert's WinterreiseSchubert's song cycle will be sung by the bass-baritone Istvan Kovacs of the Hungarian State Opera in Budapest, and the pianist will be the composer, conductor and theatre director Gyorgy Selmeczi, whose latest opera had its world premier a fortnight ago in the Hungarian State Opera.

Chapel, 8:30p.m., Tuesday, 4th February; wine from 8p.m.

Advance reservations by email - feb4Winterreise@gmail.com or at the door.

At the invitation of Professor B. Bollobas (Chapel).

3rd Feb 201420:30Guest SpeakerTrinity Maths Society - Prof. Michael Atiyah (University of Edinburgh): Mathematicians I Have Known
In April 2013 my wife and I opened a picture gallery of 70 mathematicians who had played a key part in our mathematical lives. My lecture will be based on this gallery and I will say a few words about a selection of these mathematicians. It is important to emphasize the human aspect of mathematics.

All talks are to be held in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, and will begin at 8.30pm.

2nd Feb 201418:15ChapelChoral Evensong (Candlemas)Preacher: The Right Revd and Right Hon. Richard Chartres KCVO, The Bishop of London
People of the New Testament: Mary

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Eleanor Kornas (Trinity College) plays music by J.S. Bach


(Chapel).

29th Jan 201417:00Guest SpeakerThe Land of Gold: a celebration of Sebastian Barker's poetryA poetry reading in Chapel by Sebastian Barker, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature

All welcome; drinks will follow the reading (Chapel).

29th Jan 201417:00Guest SpeakerClark Lectures - Becoming Freud: The Psychoanalyst and the Biographer" A set of four lecturesBecoming Freud: The Psychoanalyst and the Biographer" A set of four lectures
Speaker : Adam Phillips, Psychoanalyst and Writer, Visiting Professor at the University of York

29th January: Freud’s Impossible Life and Introduction

The lectures are at Mill Lane at 5pm.

Future Lectures in this series will be held at the same location and time on:
5th Feb: Freud Grows Up
12th Feb: Freud goes to Paris
19th Feb: Freud Begins to Dream

27th Jan 201420:30Guest SpeakerTrinity Maths Society - Prof. Raymond Goldstein (DAMTP): Synchronization of Cilia From unicellular green algae to the lining of our respiratory systems are found hair-like appendages, known as cilia, whose coordinated beating results in transport of fluid essential for life. For decades there has been speculation about the origins of the synchronization seen in nature, but it is only recently that theory and experiments (mostly carried out here in DAMTP ) have combined to provide quantitative analysis of this problem. This talk will describe the fascinating stochastic nonlinear dynamics underlying the synchronization problem.

All talks are to be held in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, and will begin at 8.30pm.
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

26th Jan 201416:00Guest SpeakerLecture on RS ThomasThe Most Revd Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales and Bishop of Llandaff, will give a public lecture in the Old Combination Room on the poetry of RS Thomas. Dr Morgan is an established authority on the Welsh poet and published 'Strangely Orthodox: RS Thomas and his Poetry of Faith' in 2006. Refreshments available (Old Combination Room).

26th Jan 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: the Most Revd Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales and Bishop of Llandaff
People of the New Testament: John the Baptist

Regrettably, this evening's Organ Recital has been cancelled (Chapel).

25th Jan 2014 AcademicCongregation DatesStudents or Alumni who are eligible to receive degrees may do so.

20th Jan 201419:30Guest SpeakerAncient Problems Today - Trinity Maths Society EventSpeaker: Prof. Béla Bollobás (DPMMS)

Title: Ancient Problems Today

Venue: MR2, Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Time: 20/01/2014 19:30

Abstract: Whenever one thinks of problems that have occupied the attention of mathematicians for centuries, number theoretic problems spring to mind: Fermat's Last Theorem, Goldbach's Conjecture, and the Twin Primes Conjecture. But, as it happens, there are some problems of geometry which, in various incarnations, have been around for two millennia. In the talk I shall present a number of results about such problems, starting with results obtained in antiquity and the Middle Ages, continuing with theorems of Cauchy and Cayley, and ending with some recent results and unsolved problems. The talk will be accessible to freshmen, but will hold challenges for research students as well.

19th Jan 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, Dean of King's College Cambridge
People of the New Testament: Joseph

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Colin Walsh (Lincoln Cathedral) plays music by Duruflé, Messiaen, Langlais and Vierne (Chapel).

16th Jan 2014 AcademicLectures beginLectures are held in University Term, with weeks designated 1-8, starting on a Thursday

14th Jan 2014 AcademicRedit dayThe beginning of Full Term

25th Dec 201309:30ChapelChristmas Day Eucharist (Chapel).

24th Dec 201315:30ChapelChristmas Eve Crib ServiceA very short service suitable for children in preparation for Christmas (Chapel).

17th Dec 201317:15ChapelChristingle with CarolsA short and informal family service exploring the meaning of Christmas

14th Dec 201319:30MusicConcerti for ChristmasTHE MUSICAL AND AMICABLE SOCIETY
Vivaldi: I Quattro Stagioni
Telemann: Viola Concerto
Mudge: Concerto in G
Bach: Double Violin Concerto

Tickets £25, concessions £20 from www.CambridgeEarlyMusic.org or from Selene Webb in the Old Post Room, Whewell's Court.
Student standby £5, on the door only. (Chapel) . .

6th Dec 2013 Academic Exit dayThe end of Full Term

5th Dec 201319:30MusicA Chamber Christmas OratorioSOLOMON'S KNOT - BAROQUE COLLECTIVE
Bach: Christmas Oratorio

Tickets £25, concessions £20, students £10 from www.CambridgeEarlyMusic.org or from Selene Webb in the Old Post Room, Whewell's Court (Chapel). .

2nd Dec 201318:15AcademicJames Jackson “New Insights into Famous Tsunamis”The tsunamis following the 2004 Sumatra and 2012 Japan earthquakes were the largest for 40 years. They were observed with unprecedented detail, allowing us to see how they are caused and giving us insights into famous historical catastrophes such as the Mediterranean tsunami of AD365 and the orphan tsunami of 1700 in Japan.

Free Entry & Refreshments

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(Winstanley Lecture Theatre). .

1st Dec 201318:15ChapelAdvent Carol Service (Chapel).

Members of the College are welcome to add events relating to Trinity to this Calendar. To do so, please send an email to calendar@trin.cam.ac.uk as soon as possible in advance of the event with the following information:



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  • the title of the event;

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