Engaged Humanities Day

Engaged Humanities Day

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Exploring how the humanities and connected disciplines can respond to contemporary challenges.

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Aligning with the School of Humanities strategy around 'engaged' humanities and the wider college focus on interdisciplinary and challenge-led research, the Engaged Humanities Day will explore the ways in which the humanities, as well as parallel disciplines in the arts and social sciences, can respond to the post-COVID landscape. This event has been jointly organised by the School of Humanities and the Department of Research and Innovation.

To be held online - links to the individual sessions will be distributed to all those registered in the coming weeks.

Event One

9.30am - 10.45am Engaged Humanities and the British Academy SHAPE Initiative

Keynote talk by Professor Julia Black (incoming President of the British Academy) on SHAPE and the role of the arts, humanities and social sciences in the post-COVID world.

Followed by Q&A.

10.45am - 11.30am - Break

Event Two

11.30am - 1.00pm Humanities Labs: Histories and Futures

Session examining the historical role of labs within the humanities and their future purpose.

Speakers:

Professor Tim Hitchcock (Professor of Digital History, University of Sussex)

Dr Sharon Webb (Co-Director, Sussex Humanities Lab)

Dr Urszula Pawlicka-Deger (Marie Curie Research Fellow, King's Digital Lab, King's College London)

Dr Catriona Cooper (Senior Fellow, History, Heritage and Media, Royal Holloway)

Dr Kaja Marczewska (Research Grants Manager, Victoria and Albert Museum)

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