Science and Religion topics related to Darwin are being well covered during the Darwin Festival. Click on the events below to see further details:Monday 6th July, 2.00 – 5.30 p.m. Afternoon Focus Programme on ‘Theology in Darwinian Context’. The Institute Director will be one of the speakers during this Programme. Pre-Registration required.
For further details click here (http://www.darwin2009.cam.ac.uk/festival/afternoonfocus/)Tuesday 7th July 2.00 – 5.30 p.m. Afternoon Focus Programme on ‘The Evolution of Religion’. Pre-Registration required.
For further details click here (http://www.darwin2009.cam.ac.uk/festival/afternoonfocus/).Tuesday 7th July 5.45 p.m.
Afternoon Fringe Programme.
The Faraday Institute hosts a showing of the popular BBC2 documentary ‘Did Darwin Kill God?’ at the Mill Lane Lecture Theatre 3. The film will be introduced by the presenter Conor Cunningham who will take questions after the showing. Entrance is FREE and there will be drinks and a bookstall to browse afterwards including a range of books on Darwin and Religion.
For further details click here: http://www.darwin2009.cam.ac.uk/festival/fringe/programme.asp
Thursday 9th July and Friday 10th July. 7.45 p.m. ADC Theatre.
There will be showings of the excellent dramatisation
Re:Design by the Menagerie Theatre Company, written by Craig Baxter; directed by Paul Bourne; featuring Terry Malloy as Charles Darwin. Based on Darwin’s correspondence with devoutly Christian Harvard Botanist, Asa Gray. For further details of this ticketed event see: http://www.darwin2009.cam.ac.uk/festival/fringe/programme.asp