Programme for the CHI conference to be held on July 7 and 8, 2014 is now available from the conference page.
Our Centre for Humanities Innovation team will travel to Budapest this week to participate in the COLLOQUIUM:
New Paradigms in the Humanities and the Transformation of the Literary
Assessments of how new relationships between humanities disciplines, and indeed a new humanities, can be forged on the basis of a new concept of the literary will be discussed here.
The Colloquium will include the introduction on the Centre’s activities by Centre’s director Prof. Mikhail Epstein, as well as brief presentations on the tasks and the future of the humanities followed by an open discussion.
Gerald Moore. The Third Culture Humanities Network: Theses for a Provisional Manifesto
Caitríona Ní Dhúill. Technologies of Self–Inscription
Nick Roberts. Is there a single author in this room?
Alastair Renfrew. The Transformations of the Literary
Mikhail Epstein. The Transformative Humanities: What, How and Why to Transform?
June 19, 13.05 – 14.45. Room 7.
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