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Programmed by leading experts and academics, the Peninsula Arts Lecture series is scheduled throughout the University term time.  



CogTalk is an open programme of topical debates and discussions sponsored by Plymouth University’s Cognition Institute and Peninsula Arts. CogTalk brings together leading thinkers, researchers, practitioners and experts to discuss a range of topics with only one unifying theme – cognition! Cognition underpins all human experience (perception, knowledge, memory, intelligence, intuition, creativity and belief) and this is reflected in the diversity of subjects that CogTalk covers. 

Looking at the Acropolis of Athens from modern times to antiquity

William St Clair, Senior Research Fellow, University of London

Tuesday 16 April | 19:00
Please note: This is a rescheduled date

Edward Jenner and The Smallpox Virus

Dr Tim Mason, University of Plymouth

Tuesday 30 April | 19:00
Please note: This is a rescheduled date