The Human Worlds Festival (Nov 17-25th) is the University of Southampton's annual celebration and exploration of research in the Humanities and beyond. Join us each November for a FREE series of events for members of the public, including families, to come and find out more about the work the university does in the Humanities. Most of the events will take place at Avenue Campus, which is the home of the Faculty of Humanities, including disciplines such as Archaeology, English, Film, History, Modern Languages, Music and Philosophy.
This is the third year there has been a Humanities-based festival. After previous events on the Sea and Me (2014) and Religion and Me (2015), in 2016, Human Worlds is echoing the national Being Human Festival theme of "hope and fear". This year's festival is supported by the Public Engagement with Research Unit and the Faculty of humanities.