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22nd July 2020
Quentin Skinner's 1969 essay 'Meaning and Understanding in the History of Ideas' was a groundbreaking challenge to textual interpreters. This conference will critically examine the essay and it's legacy.
04th June 2020
Anthropology and geography have much in common. At this conference, further conversations can take place on vital issues including the Anthropocene, ethnology, methodology and fieldwork, education and public awareness, and the place of our disciplines in the modern world.
19th March 2020
This international conference explores the organic relationship between lived experience and academic/religious thought, beginning from the position that intellectual activity and social experience were closely intertwined in the medieval period.
07th May 2020
Andrew Marvell has long been at the centre of interdisciplinary approaches to early modern scholarship. This quatercentenary conference will reimagine the connections between Marvell’s writing and early modernity by foregrounding new work on the senses, ecology, and material culture while putting Marvell’s poetry at the centre of the picture once more.
06th October 2020
The conference brings together a range of experts from the Global South and North, focusing on the representation of menstruation and menstrual stigma across a range of disciplines, geographic areas, and menstruators’ experiences.
25th November 2019
The early engagements of Iranian drama with the roles and challenges the Iranian intelligentsia faced in negotiating a path to modernisation.
03rd December 2019
Best-selling author Victoria Hislop will be in conversation with John Kittmer (Chair, Anglo-Hellenic League).
27th November 2019
Since the turn of the 21st century there has been an unprecedented wave of creative responses to the Iliad. Professor Edith Hall will explore the similarities and radical divergences between several of these responses.
Our second Summer Showcase was a free two-day festival of ideas for curious minds, held from 21-22 June 2019. We opened up our beautiful building with 15 interactive exhibits alongside pop-up talks, workshops and performances, bringing the best new humanities and social sciences research to life.
Our second Summer Showcase was a free two-day festival of ideas for curious minds, held from 21-22 June 2019.