Upcoming events at The Exchange, Twickenham.
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TEDx Event£10 – £12
St Mary’s University is delighted to announce TEDxStMarysUniversity an afternoon and evening of enlightening and exciting 18-minute talks. As well as questions around whether the traditional university is dead, we’ll be discussing the ethics of vaccine passports, climate change and whether psychoanalysis can teach us about on-line misogyny. If you have an interest in the conversation between science and theology or want to hear about the Beatles, Jay Z and Dangermouse, this is the event for you.
- Friday 21st May 2021
- From 3 pm till 10 pm
- For a full list of speakers visit: https://www.ted.com/tedx/events/39726
- General Admission £10 | Concessions £8 (Available to anyone over 60, under 16 or a Full Time Student)
- St Mary’s Students Free Attendance (please email firstname.lastname@example.org using your student email to secure a ticket)
- Tickets are available for in person attendance or as a live stream option
Tickets to attend in person:
You are purchasing a ticket to attend The Exchange in person for this event. In the event the governments roadmap plan is delayed past the planned live events date of 17th May The Exchange may not be able to accommodate a live audience and all tickets will be moved to the online live stream option. If this happens all ticket holders will be emailed and given options. In line with the governments rule of 6 for Stage 3 – For all in person ticket purchases please only book tickets for up to 6 or 2 households.
Tickets to attend online:
This link is for an Online Live Stream ticket of the event only. A zoom link will be emailed to you at least 24hrs prior to the event starting.
3pm Introduction and compere Mark Griffin
3.15pm Trevor Williams – ‘Negative Rates Boost Innovation’
3.45pm Gemma Hobcraft – ‘Vaccination Passports: Digital Freedom or Digital Control’
4.15pm Ankur Shiv Bhandari – ‘That wasn’t my intention’: A Spotlight on Intent of Human Behaviour
4.45pm Kenny Tang – ‘Is the traditional University Dead?’ Long live the MOOC’
5.15pm Claire Mulvenna – ‘Teaching Sport in the Digital Age’
5.45pm Cynthia Harper & Sarah Green – ‘Is it the job of schools to teach our children values?’
6.15pm to 7pm Break
7pm Philip Booth – ‘Climate Change II: Inter-generational Justice & Debt’
7.30pm Elisabetta Canetta – ‘How are God and the world inter-related: A look at Pantheism’
8pm Richard Mills – ‘The Beatles, Jay Z, Danger Mouse and Remix Culture’
8.30pm Jacob Johanssen – ‘What can Psychoanalysis teach us about on-line misogyny’?
9pm Syed Kamall – ‘Building Coalitions in an Age of Separation’