The Lantern Parade: A Conversation (Invitation to participate, 16-17 Jan 2014, Queen’s Campus Durham University)

The Centre for Medical Humanities and The Institute for Advanced Studies, Durham University invite you to join THE LANTERN PARADE A Conversation 16-17 January 2014 Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing Queen’s Campus, Stockton-on-Tees The lantern parade is an occasion to view a community in another light. Sometimes it is a one-off event, but Read the full article…

Mary Manjikian: ‘Emergency Time, Crisis and the Role of the State: Reflections on the Past, Present and the Future’ (Public Lecture, Durham, 28 Feb 2013)

Institute of Advanced Study Fellows’ Public Lecture Mary Manjikian:’Emergency Time, Crisis and the Role of the State: Reflections on the Past, Present and the Future’ 28 February 2013, 5.30 – 6.30pm, Howlands Hall, Ustinov College, Durham University Attendance to this event is free and open to all. Abstract: Despite the turn towards postmodernism in IR Read the full article…

Reminder: Our Minds and Each Other: Rethinking Mental Health – Professor Gail Hornstein (Public Lecture, TODAY 5 March 2012, Durham University)

A reminder that Gail’s public lecture is today, Monday 5 March, at Grey College. All are welcome and we look forward to seeing you there! _ Our Minds and Each Other: Rethinking Mental Health Gail A.  Hornstein IAS Fellow and Professor of Psychology, Mount Holyoke College (USA) Public Lecture March 5, 2012, 5.30 PM The Read the full article…

Our Minds and Each Other: Rethinking Mental Health – Professor Gail Hornstein (Public Lecture, 5 March 2012, Durham University)

Our Minds and Each Other: Rethinking Mental Health Gail A.  Hornstein IAS Fellow and Professor of Psychology, Mount Holyoke College (USA) Public Lecture March 5, 2012, 5.30 PM The Old Library, Grey College, Durham University The US and the UK enjoy levels of material prosperity unprecedented in human history, yet they also have some of Read the full article…

Durham Institute of Advanced Study Fellowship Scheme – Applications for 2012-13 Fellows exploring the theme of “Time” due 12 June

The Durham Institute of Advanced Study Fellowship scheme  is now open for those wishing to come to the IAS during the academic year 2012-13.  The scheme is open to intellectuals and public figures of world class standing drawn from the full spectrum of science, social science and arts and humanities disciplines. Fellowships are available to scholars and non-academics (e.g. Read the full article…