12 May 2010 by Kay C
I can’t believe our Spring Public Lecture Series is concluding tomorrow, Thursday – the weeks have flown by and the talks have been fascinating.
Our topics this week are, at 2pm, Beautiful Toxteth – The Unusually Royal History of Toxteth Deer Park by Dr Clemency Fisher, who will be revealing the beauty of Toxteth and discussing a couple of Toxtethian zoological riddles, including the identity of some very rare cows. This is followed by, at 2.25pm, Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval excavations at the M62 Tarbock Interchange, 2007. As is the case of many in Liverpool, I travel regularly on the M62, so I’m sure future trips will take on added meaning after tomorrow!
The Public Lectures are held in the Treasure House Theatre, World Museum, from 2pm.
I have really enjoyed Thursday afternoons: what an impressive range of research, and a wealth of knowledge. Our curators’ presentations have given great insight into our collections across National Museums Liverpool. I am already looking forward to our Autumn Lecture Series, which starts on Thursday 23 September. Put it in your diaries!
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