Fellows' seminars take place on Monday lunchtimes in the seminar room at Cosin's Hall.
Places are limited and so any academic colleagues interested in attending a seminar should contact the Institute in advance to reserve a place or telephone 42589.
The aim of these seminars is to develop new thinking on the big issues that are of current concern/interest for the Fellows. Each Fellow is asked to present a core idea that informs their current work, or a problem that they are tackling, that could benefit from cross-disciplinary thinking. These seminars are informal and designed to encourage discussion. Details of each seminar will be published the week before the scheduled date.
Epiphany Term 2016
|11 January 2016||1.00pm||Professor John Brewer||Evidence, art and attribution|
|18 January 2016||1.00pm||Professor Tim May||In Pursuit of Excellence and Relevance: reflections on building a university research centre|
|25 January 2016||1.00pm||Professor Heather Douglas|
|1 February 2016||1.00pm||Dr Zoe Crossland||Toward a semiotics of forensic evidence|
|8 February 2016||1.00pm||Prof Bennett Zon||Evolution and Victorian Musical Culture: Anti-Semitism and Hebrew Music of the Most Ancient Nation (1864)|
|22 February 2016||1.00pm||Dr David Dryden||At the interface of biology, physics and chemistry: the good, the bad and the ugly|
|29 February 2016||1.00pm||Dr Jon Hesk||Thinking fast, slow and better with the Greeks|
|7 March 2016||1.00pm||Dr Matthew Eddy|
|14 March 2016||1.00pm||Professor Jessica Brown||Must Evidence be True?|
|21 March 2016||1.00pm||Dr David Macarthur||The Invisibility of Everyday Psychology|
|29 March 2016||1.00pm||Professor David Herman||Narratology beyond the human|