Clark Lecture 2019: Unmodernism – Hegel in the Cathedral

Overview

Professor Andrew Cole, Director of the Gauss Seminars in Criticism at Princeton, will give the Clark Lectures 2019 at Trinity.

The Clark Lectures 2019 are free and open to all on a first come, first served, basis in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College.

Hegel in the cathedral, 28 January, 6-7pm

Marx after feudalism, 6 February, 6-7pm

The Winstanley Lecture Hall is in the Blue Boar Court which can be accessed from Whewell’s Court on Trinity Street opposite Great Gate.

The lectures will be audio-recorded and made available soon after each event.

Speakers

Professor Andrew Cole is a theorist and medievalist who directs the Gauss Seminars in Criticism at Princeton. The Middle Ages are a primary interest for Professor Cole whose most recent book is The Birth of Theory (Chicago, 2014). He has been a Guggenheim Fellow, a Visiting Fellow at All Souls College at the University of Oxford, and a Bloomfield Fellow at Harvard University.

Venue

The Winstanley Lecture Theatre is a fully-equipped audio-visual theatre, with seating for up to 150 people.

map

To reach it, turn into Whewell's Court from Trinity Street. Turn right immediately after the first arch and climb the stone stairs. At the top of the stairs, follow the path round the ziggurat-like Wolfson building, leaving it to your left. Then turn right into Blue Boar Court. The Winstanley Lecture Theatre is on the east side of the Court.