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Cognitive Futures in the Humanities: A One-Day Symposium funded by the AHRC (Northumbria, April 28 2012)

Cognitive Futures in the Humanities: A One-Day Symposium funded by  the AHRC Saturday 28 April 2012 Sutherland Building (Great Hall) Northumbria University,  Newcastle How have the arts and humanities responded to the cognitive science  revolution? How far have we evolved … Continue reading

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Charles Fernyhough Asks Does Neuroscience Change The Way We Understand Ourselves?

As his new novel A Box of Birds launches on Unbound, novelist and psychologist Charles Fernyhough argues that fiction is an ideal medium through which to explore how neuroscience is changing the way we understand ourselves: “I am not being … Continue reading

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Culture, Mind, and Brain: Emerging Concepts, Methods, Applications (Conference, UCLA, October 2012)

5th FPR-UCLA Interdisciplinary Conference Culture, Mind, and Brain: Emerging Concepts, Methods, Applications October 19–20, 2012 UCLA Many lines of research on culture, mind, and brain can no longer be neatly separated. Some questions run together, thanks to our growing understanding … Continue reading

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‘Medical Humanities’ Challenge to Medicine’ – Prof Jane Macnaughton (MHRSN Public Lecture, Edinburgh, 7 March 2012)

The RSE-funded Medical Humanities Research Network Scotland (MHRNS) presents: A Public Lecture by Professor Jane Macnaughton, Co-Director of the Centre for Medical Humanities at Durham University: “Medical Humanities’ Challenge to Medicine” Taking a historical view of the development of the … Continue reading

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Persons and Their Brains – CFP, Conference, Oxford, July 2012

PERSONS AND THEIR BRAINS| 11-14 July 2012 St Anne’s College, Oxford Organised by the Ian Ramsey Centre, University of Oxford PLENARY SPEAKERS Simon Blackburn, A.C. Grayling, Peter Hacker, Iain McGilchrist, David Papineau, Sally Satel, Roger Scruton, Raymond Tallis BACKGROUND It … Continue reading

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