Activist Humanities in the World
13 – 15 MARCH 2014
In partnership with the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS); University of Virginia; Ertegun House, University of Oxford; and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH). Supported by the British Council.
A conference on the relationship between humanities and social change, across a wide range of national and cultural contexts, will bring together academics, artists, and audiences for three days of presentation and conversation. Guiding themes include artistic expression and political struggle, academic reflection and social responsibility, faith and society, and the circulation of texts, images and bodies at the start of the twenty first century. Part of the Humanities and the Public Good series.
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