Talks and seminars
Whether you'd like to know more about life at MERL and issues concerning the heritage sector, get a greater insight into some of the MERL archive collections, or hear leading University academics talk about diverse subjects relating to the history of agriculture and the countryside, you are welcome to come along and learn something new at MERL this term.
Admission to all talks and seminars is free and open to all, but we request that you let us know if you are planning to attend in advance by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone: +44 (0) 118 378 8660.
2012/13 MERL Seminar Series: Children and the countryside
Full details for the 2012/13 MERL seminar series are available on the following page:
MERL Seminar series: Children and the countryside
Details of past seminar series' are available on the following page:
This series of talks provides interesting insights into a wide range of aspects of the life of MERL and current issues concerning arts, heritage and information services. The informal talks are given by MERL staff and invited guests and are open to anyone with an interest in the sector.
The talks take place on Wednesdays from 1 to 2pm. Why not bring your lunch and stay for a chat and a free guided tour of the Museum afterwards?
It is not essential to book, but we do ask you to please book in advance, so that we can contact you in the event of any changes and to give us an idea of possible numbers.
Full details for the 2012/13 MERL Lunchtime Talks are available on the following page:
MERL Lunchtime Talks 2012/13
Details of past talks are available on the following page:
MERL Lunchtime Talks