The Institute of Advanced Study is a prestigious, ideas-based Institute bringing together some of the world’s finest researchers from all disciplines to examine themes of major intellectual, scientific, political and practical significance. At least twenty visiting fellows per annum are based in Cosin's Hall, a beautiful 18th Century, Grade 1 listed mansion house, situated on Palace Green (a World Heritage site). They work with Durham scholars to spark new investigations, set tomorrow's agenda and participate in a varied programme of activities.
The Institute also serves as a top-level forum, enabling key-decision makers and experts to discuss pressing policy problems in an intellectually stimulating and unrestricted manner. We put on a wide range of public lectures and other events. There are also opportunities for postgraduates and other early career researchers to get involved.
The IAS aims to build research capacity, realise potential, and meet the challenges of a changing world. There are many ways to participate in the life and work of the institute. We warmly welcome your involvement.
Evaluating Interdisciplinary Research: a practical guide (Professor Veronica Strang and Professor Tom McLeish)
A number of experts in interdisciplinary research, from UK and EU funding organisations and from a number of British Universities, participated in a workshop at Durham's Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) in early 2015 to compare and discuss methods of assessment and the criteria applied to interdisciplinary research (IDR), and to discuss how best to address the challenges of evaluating and re-valuing interdisciplinary research.
Evidence On Trial: weighing the value of evidence in academic enquiry, policy and everyday life – IAS Decennial Conference 2016
Celebrating the IAS’s 10th anniversary, this conference will follow the model of the successful event that the Institute hosted in July 2014. As well as drawing delegates from around the world, the conference welcomes former IAS Fellows back to Durham to convene panels and participate in related activities
Special Issue of Kaleidoscope published
A special issue (6.2) of the IAS's and Ustinov College's postgraduate journal Kaleidosope has been published on Feminism.
Wednesday 30 September 2015
Thursday 1 October 2015
Friday 2 October 2015
Sunday 11 October 2015
- Durham Book Festival - Public Debate - There is No Such Thing as Hard Evidence 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Palace Green Library (Wolfson Gallery), Professor Fionda De Londra, Dr Dan Grausam, Helen Cadbury and Louise Welsh, Contact www.durhambookfestival.com
Tuesday 13 October 2015
- IAS Fellow's Public Lecture - Evidence and Emotion: Feelings at Work in Twentieth Century Britain 5:30pm to 6:30pm, Lindisfarne Centre, St Aidan's College, Professor Claire Langhamer, University of Sussex, Contact email@example.com
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A world of opportunity
- Evaluating Interdisciplinary Research; new guidelines published by Durham’s Institute of Advanced Study collaborating with UK funders
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- RT @mcleish_t: Interested in #interdisciplinary #research? Great resources here http://t.co/g87FPfmgy7 @hearingvoice @DurhamIAS @ougrossete…
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- CALL FOR PANELS - Evidence On Trial: weighing the value of evidence in academic enquiry, policy and everyday life - http://t.co/dplk7rb22O
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- RT @trebornotrab: Evidence of Animal Minds, Durham symposium 2016 @DurhamIAS https://t.co/FXxsHFjK5p
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- Kaleidoscope PG journal 'Call for Editors' - one week left until application deadline (see: https://t.co/payGMDdroj)
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