Thursday 3 December 2015
Organised by Prof Julian Reiss (Durham University) and Prof Stephanie Ruphy (University of Grenoble). The general aim of the project DEMOCRASCI is to map out the principles of a democratised governance of science and explore its possible practical forms, based on a properly contextualised view of the value and aims of science in our democratic societies. ‘The Value-Free Ideal’ brings together researchers from the UK and Taiwan to investigate the practicability and desirability of value-freedom for economic science.
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Friday 18 March 2016
Friday 18 - Saturday 19 March 2016
The Artefacts Research Group, Archaeology Department, Durham University has organised a two-day conference within Institute of Advanced Studies ‘Evidence’ theme. This conference draws together interdisciplinary approaches to uncover and explore evidence from artefacts from a wide variety of speakers.
The presentations will be interspersed with mediated roundtables to debate the evidence obtained through different strategies, including technical analysis, aesthetic and intellectual analysis, and examine how such evidence can be evaluated and communicated.
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