PROGRAMME

Lecture Programme 2022

Generally lectures will be held on the first 3 Mondays each month March to November, with adjustments around Easter

See the NEWSLETTERS page for details of each lecture.

Series 1: NEW ZEALAND HISTORY

14 February: Turbulent Times: Ngai Tahu in the 19th Century: Dr Martin Fisher

21 February: Owning our History: The New Zealand Wars: Dr Vincent O'Malley

7 March: Journey to Lan Yuan: Chinese settlement in NZ.: Sean Brosnahan

Series 2: GEOLOGY

28 March: What can seafloor sediments tell us about past climate change?

Assoc. Prof. Andrew R. Gorman

4 April: Six Sons and a Seismograph: a brief History of Seismology: Dr Glenn Vallender 
11 April: Reading the landscape: earthquakes and active faults in South Canterbury: Dr Tim Stahl

​Series 3: ART

2 May: 
2 May: 
16 May: 

​Series 4: VIEWPOINT

13 June: 
20 June: 
27 June: 

​Series 5: FOOD PRODUCTION

4 July:     
11 July:   
18 July:   

​Series 6: MATURE MATTERS

1 August: 
8 August:  
15 August: 

​Series 7: INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

5 September: 
12 September: 
19 September: 

​Series 8: POT POURRI

3 October: 
10 October:
17 October: 

​Series 9:  ON A LIGHTER NOTE

7 November: 
14 November: 
21 November: