Lower Fifth Enrichment Lecture

On Thursday 5th December, the Lower Fifth Lecture series opened with a thoughtful talk by Dr Katherine Brown, Head of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Birmingham. Dr Brown, an expert in the study of gender and global anti-radicalisation measures, discussed the dangers posed to young people by

On Thursday 5th December, the Lower Fifth Lecture series opened with a thoughtful talk by Dr Katherine Brown, Head of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Birmingham. Dr Brown, an expert in the study of gender and global anti-radicalisation measures, discussed the dangers posed to young people by political and religious fundamentalism and the importance of education in helping to combat terrorism. This was a highly informative lecture and resulted in a detailed discussion. A number of students were greatly involved, with notable mention going to Thea, Imogen and Melissa for asking a number of astute questions.

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