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17 November 2022 - 17 November 2022

6:00PM - 7:15PM

Ushaw: Historic House, Chapels & Gardens

  • Free of charge

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By Prof. Michael Snape (Durham University)

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The Ushaw Lecture Series celebrates the cultural and research significance of the remarkable bibliographical, archival, and material-cultural collections of the Durham Residential Research Library, and the wider history of which they are expressions. The lectures cover music, art, drama, poetry and literature, architecture, material-culture, politics, science and theology.

Programme for the evening 

This is an in-person event taking place at Ushaw, the former Catholic seminary 4 miles west of Durham City.

17.30 Drinks reception in the Refectory

18.00 Lecture in the Exhibition Hall

19.15 Close

Getting there

If you don’t have your own transport and would like help to travel between Durham City and Ushaw, please register by 10am on Thursday 10 November, selecting the 'with transport' option. The transport itinerary is as follows: 

Outward journey: Depart from Durham Students' Union, New Elvet, at 5pm
Return journey: Depart from main entrance of Ushaw at 7.30pm, returning to Durham Students' Union with a stop at Sutton Street on the way

If you have your own transport, please note that the postcode for satnavs is DH7 7DW. Directions are available on the Ushaw website.


Ushaw lectures are open to all. If you'd like to attend, please register at (Registration opens on 27 October.) Please note that, if you would like help with transport, your registration deadline is 10am on Thursday 10 November.






Free of charge