Posted by Stephen Law on January 14, 2009
SERIES OF EVENTS IN APRIL IN OXFORD. CFI UK has three high-profile events lined up in conjunction with the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival (book via the Festival):
1. Is Britain Too Secular Now? A discussion between philosopher Professor Roger Trigg (Oxford University Ian Ramsey Centre), author of Religion in Public Life, and Stephen Law, author of The War For Children’s Minds. Great Hall, Christ Church College, Oxford. 2pm, Friday 3rd April.
2. Ian Rowland on Mind Power. Ian, a skeptic and professional magician well known to CFI, will be presenting a very entertaining session on behalf of CFI UK. Christ Church College, Oxford. 12pm Friday 3rd April.
3. Weird Science for kids. An event for children aged 12+ that aims to foster a critical attitude towards paranormal and other wacky claims. With Stephen Law and Ian Rowland. Christ Church College, Oxford. 6pm, Sat 4th April.
We also present the following event in conjunction with Oxford University (as part of the “Fringe” Oxford Literary Festival):
4. Dawkin’s The God Delusion. Marianne Talbot (Brasenose College, Oxford) and Stephen Law discuss Dawkin’s book with the audience. Held at the Department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford, 6th April (time) THIS EVENT IS FREE. Address: Lecture Theatre, Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JA