The Centre for Humanities Innovation at Durham University is proud to sponsor a lecture by renowned artist Vitaly Komar, to be given on Thursday, 27th November from 17:00 to 18:30 in room ER142, Elvet Riverside, Durham University. Mr Komar was one of the founders of the Sots Art movement (Soviet Pop/Conceptual Art) and a pioneer of multi-stylistic post-modernism (1972-73). He will give a talk entitled “Collaboration with Animals in Art: Sots-art and Conceptual Eclecticism”; all are welcome to attend. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Durham University research staff and postgraduates are warmly invited to the next session of the Centre for Humanities Innovation reading group, which will take place on Wednesday, 19th November at 12 noon in A56, Elvet Riverside. Please follow this link to access the reading, which is a selection from Bruno Latour: An Inquiry into Modes of Existence. An Anthropology of the Moderns. Translated by Catherine Porter. Cambridge MA and London: Harvard University Press. (Chapters 5, ‘Removing Some Speech Impediments’, and 6, ‘Correcting a Slight Defect in Construction’, pp. 123-178.)
2nd June 2014, 17:00 to 18:00, St John’s College, Durham
Join Prof Tom McLeish, PVC Research, Durham University for the launch of his new book Faith & Wisdom in Science, Oxford 2014 with a panel discussion looking at the relationship between science and religion. What is the long human story of science? What would a theology of science look like? How could our politics better navigate science?
The panel will include: Robert Song, Richard Briggs, Nancy Cartwright, Mikhail Epstein, Giles Gasper and David Wilkinson.
In association with IAS, IMEMS, CHI, CHESS, Durham Cathedral and St John’s College.