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From Difference to Understanding: Responses to Interdisciplinary Research

At the last Ordered Universe public lecture in Rome, ‘Wonders of the Universe‘ we conducted a brief survey of those attending. Of particular interest was a question about the interdisciplinary research. 302 more words

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Humanities Postgraduate Research Symposium 2016 - Take a look at the programme

Check out the finalised programme for this year’s Humanities Postgraduate Research Symposium at Keele University. It is sure to be an exciting event, with a Key Note Lecture from our own Dr Ceri Morgan, as well as a number of papers from members of our  36 more words

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For this scientist, brain tumors are an artistic inspiration | PBS NewsHour

Brain Tumors and Unexpected Beauty, Art and Science at the Edge:

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     Professor David Edwards of Harvard has written about and lived the phenomenon of art and science coming together to illuminate critical issues of our time. 187 more words

Call For Paper Proposals - Humanities Postgraduate Research Student Symposium (14 June, 2016)

Humanities Postgraduate Research Student Symposium – Claus Moser Research Centre, Keele University


The Research Faculty for the Humanities invites proposals from postgraduate taught and research students for 20 minute papers on any areas of humanities research. 152 more words

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Exploring the Contemporary Learning and Interdisciplinary Research (CLAIR) Program

We invite you to our Lincoln Center campus to learn more about the Contemporary Learning and Interdisciplinary Research (CLAIR) program. To meet your schedule, we are offering this opportunity on four dates: 82 more words

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Challenge Your Disciplinary Perspectives

This week’s blog is coming from Megan Maksimowicz, an M.S. student in the LEAF lab. You can read about her research here.

Coming from an undergraduate degree in Atmospheric Science and moving to a Master’s degree in Hydrology, it’s been interesting seeing the different approaches to studying the water cycle. 818 more words

Student Posts

"Why I Wouldn’t Teach Huck Finn Anymore: Course Design as a Sociopolitical Act"

Rebekah Shoaf is an adjunct professor, founding member of the Digital Literacies Collaborative, and Teacher Development Coach with the NYC Department of Education. In a post for the… 367 more words

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