Why it’s time for a festival of the humanities

By Professor Barry C. Smith What do you think of when someone tells you that they’re a scientist or an artist?  You probably don’t know exactly what they do – there is huge variety in the arts and the sciences – but you have a rough idea.  Compare this with someone telling you that they… Continue reading Why it’s time for a festival of the humanities

Early Career researchers a match for Science in Culture’s Ignite event

Science in Culture is one of the key areas of AHRC funding and supports projects committed to developing reciprocal relationships between scientists and arts and humanities researchers. It is not easy to impress judges in any competition, but the 14 Early Career researchers who made the shortlist in the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s (AHRC)… Continue reading Early Career researchers a match for Science in Culture’s Ignite event

The Human Mind Project

The Human Mind is an ambitious international and multidisciplinary project representing a coordinated effort to define the major intellectual challenges in understanding the nature and significance of the human mind. Central to the project is the importance of collaboration across conventional disciplinary boundaries. It will highlight the contribution of the arts and humanities to the… Continue reading The Human Mind Project

The Human Mind Project Interviews: Dominic Johnson

The Human Mind Project launched on 12 December 2013 with a well-attended public evening panel session held at Senate House, London. The project seeks to co-ordinate an international effort to define the major intellectual challenges in understanding the nature and significance of the human mind. Central to its success is collaboration across conventional disciplinary boundaries. In the… Continue reading The Human Mind Project Interviews: Dominic Johnson

The Human Mind Project Interviews: Nicola Clayton

The Human Mind Project launches on 12 December 2013 with a FREE public evening panel session held at Senate House, London. The project seeks to co-ordinate an international effort to define the major intellectual challenges in understanding the nature and significance of the human mind. Central to its success is collaboration across conventional disciplinary boundaries.… Continue reading The Human Mind Project Interviews: Nicola Clayton