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Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red
Shortly before Remembrance Sunday, the Ertegun Scholars paid a visit to the famous and somewhat controversial Poppies exhibition at the Tower of London
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Ming: 50 Years That Changed China Exhibition
Scholars spent a Saturday in London, visiting the poppies installation at the Tower of London and the Ming Exhibition at the British Museum
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Worcester College Tour
Dr Conrad Leyser showed Ertegun Scholars around the beautiful Worcester College at the beginning of Michaelmas term
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A group of scholars attended the English National Ballet's performance of Coppélia at Oxford's New Theatre
Fit for a Pharaoh: The Authorised Facsimile of Tutankhamun’s Tomb
The Ashmolean provided a fantastic insight into modern conservation of Tutankhamun's tomb
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Ashmolean Museum Tour with Xa Sturgis
Ashmolean Director Xa Sturgis gave Ertegun Scholars a tour of the Museum followed by an opportunity to see original drawings by Raphael and Michelangelo in the Western Print Room.
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New College Tour
Bryan Ward-Perkins gave the scholars a fantastic tour of New College on a particularly sunny autumnal afternoon.
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The Moral Teaching of the Humanities
This October, the British Academy held a seminar on 'The Moral Teaching of the Humanities'
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Project Instrumental Concert
Last Tuesday, Ertegun Scholars attended a concert of contemporary music by 'Project Instrumental'
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Paul Tillich: Theology and Legacy
This July, Ertegun House will host a conference on Paul Tillich, one of the most significant and influential 20th Century theologians.
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