Attending lectures

CSAR lectures will continue next term (27th April onwards) but (because of the coronavirus pandemic) will be broadcast online, in real time, rather than through physical meetings at Churchill College. The arrangements for viewing the lectures and putting questions to the speakers are currently being put in place by CSAR Council. Details will be posted here on the website and in the notification messages sent before the lectures to those members who have opted in to receiving them. If you have chosen not to receive these messages at present, but wish to start, please go to "Update details" at the top right of this page, and change your email preferences. You do not need a password.

The webinars will start promptly at 1930 on the relevant Monday evenings. We hope that members will be able to ask questions at the end of the talk, either by text or for the more technically ambitious by video link, and that the speaker will answer them as usual. The webinar will finish by 2100.

CSAR lectures are open to members only, but we welcome new members and would encourage you join CSAR online in advance of the event you wish to attend. If you’d like to try a lecture or two before you consider an annual subscription, please select ‘Pay-As-You-Go’ or one of the concessionary memberships for which there is no annual fee. There will be no charge for viewing the online lectures, although we will review this over the summer.

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