Programme of Events

 

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LENT TERM 2020

 

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READING ESSENTIAL TEXTS AFTERNOON SEMINARS

 

KING LEAR / SONNETS

by William Shakespeare

Leader Dr Joseph Milne

22 January – 25 March (continuing from last term)

Wednesdays, 10 weekly sessions

3 – 4.30pm (please arrive promptly)

Venue The School of Economic Science

Course cost £100 or £75 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions; £40 full-time students and Temenos Academy Young Scholars. Those attending must be aged 18 or over.

 

READING ESSENTIAL TEXTS EVENING SEMINARS

 

JERUSALEM

by William Blake

Leader Dr Susanne Sklar

23 January – 19 March

Thursdays, 9 weekly sessions

6.30 for 6.45 – 8.30pm (please arrive promptly)

Venue Rudolf Steiner House (First Floor Conference Room)

Course cost £108 or £90 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions. Those attending must be aged 18 or over.

 

LECTURES

 

Conversations in Arcadia – The forgotten English Platonists of the 18th Century

Andrew Baker

Monday 10 February  

7 – 8.30pm

In the chair Julia Cleave

Venue The Royal Asiatic Society

Admission

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

Winter Flowers: The Life and Art of Lorna Graves

Clare Crossman

Monday 17 February

7 – 8.30pm

In the chair Professor Grevel Lindop

Venue The Royal Asiatic Society

Admission

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

TEMENOS ACADEMY YOUNG SCHOLARS DAY

Tradition in the 21st Century

Saturday 29 February

In the chair Adele Guyton and Aristel Skrbic

Keynote speakers TBC

Venue Rudolf Steiner House (First Floor Conference Room)

Admission free

 

Creative Imagination and Personal Transfiguration: The Spiritual Vision of Henry Corbin

Dr Tom Cheetham, David Nieuwejaers, Sir Nick Pearson

Saturday 7 March  

9.30am for 10-5pm

In the chair Julia Cleave

Venue The Theosophical Society

Admission

£45 or £40 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

 

Cyclical Time and Personal Space – Henry Corbin’s Angelic Psychocosmology

Dr Tom Cheetham

Monday 9 March

7 – 8.30pm

In the chair Professor John Carey

Venue The Royal Asiatic Society

Admission

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

The Ancient Tradition of India and the Place of Vedanta

1  Introduction

Subhanu Saxena

Monday 16 March

7 – 8.30pm

In the chair Ian Skelly

Venue The Royal Asiatic Society

Admission

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

Two films

The Traditional World of Islam: Unity

Introduced by the director, Stephen Cross

The Art of the Ever-True

An illustrated filmed-interview with Professor Keith Critchlow

Wednesday 18 March

6.30 for 7-8.15pm

In the chair Emma Clark

Venue The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Art

Admission

£5

 

The Ancient Tradition of India and the Place of Vedanta

2  The Three Schools of Vedanta

Subhanu Saxena

Monday 23 March

7 – 8.30pm

In the chair Professor John Carey

Venue The Royal Asiatic Society

Admission

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

The Ancient Tradition of India and the Place of Vedanta

3  The Main Texts of Vedanta

Subhanu Saxena

Monday 30 March

7 – 8.30pm

In the chair Vinod B. Tailor

Venue The Royal Asiatic Society

Admission

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

ADVANCE NOTICE

 

Purpose of Yoga

Professor Ravi Ravindra

Thursday 8 October

6.45 – 8pm

In the chair Swami Ambikananda

Venue The Lincoln Centre

£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Full-time students with student ID card FREE

 

The Annual Yeats Lecture

Yeats’s Poems of Fairyland

Professor Grevel Lindop

Monday 19 October

6.45 – 8pm

In the chair Professor John Carey

Venue The Lincoln Centre

Admission free

 

VENUES

 

Rudolf Steiner House

35 Park Road

London NW1 6XT

Nearest Underground Baker Street

 

The Royal Asiatic Society

14 Stephenson Way

London NW1 2HD

Nearest Underground Euston/Euston Square

 

The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Art

19-22 Charlotte Road

London EC2A 3SG

Nearest Underground Old Street

 

The Theosophical Society

50 Gloucester Place

London W1U 8EA

Nearest Underground Baker Street

 

The School of Economic Science

11 Mandeville Place

London W1U 3AJ

Nearest Underground Bond Street

 

The Lincoln Centre

18 Lincoln’s Inn Fields

London WC2A 3ED

Nearest Underground Holborn