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Free Tonbridge Centre talks to mark Adult Learners Week
The University's Tonbridge Centre is gearing up for Adult Learners' Week with a series of special free events next month.
A world-wide celebration of 'learning and learners', Adult Learners' Week will take place from 14-20 May. To mark the week, the University's Tonbridge Centre has organised four public talks at its Avebury Avenue base. A University team from the Centre will also be on hand at Tonbridge Public Library from 16-20 May to offer advice on study opportunities.
The talks, which all last for one hour, are:
Wednesday 18 May, 11am-12noon, The Motorcycle Diaries: Ernesto Che Guevara by Denyse Straker, lecturer in Comparative Literature and Centre Librarian.
Tuesday, 24 May, 2-3pm, Aspects of Myth and Folktale in Literature, by Dr Paul March-Russell, director of part-time studies in Comparative Literature.
Thursday 26 May, 11am-12noon, An Introduction to Creative Writing, by Sarah Anthony, undergraduate studies administrator within the School of English.
Thursday 26 May, 2-3pm, Opportunities: Art History from diploma level upwards, by Dr Grant Pooke, senior lecturer in History and Philosophy of Art.
All these talks are free but do require advance booking to guarantee a place. To book, please email: email@example.com or phone 01732 352316. For more on the Tonbridge Centre, including its upcoming programme of summer courses, see: www.kent.ac.uk/tonbridge
Adult Learners Week will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year and it is expected to be marked by events in 55 countries.
Story published at 10:17am 26 April 2011