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1984 – An Audio Essay – By Sophie Hope

1984 – An Audio Essay By Sophie Hope Approx. total reading/listening time: 2hours Introduction On 29 September 2011, I hosted a dinner with six invited guests in my studio building on Deptford High Street, London to discuss art and politics 27 years ago, in the year 1984. My guests were Loraine Leeson, Sonia Boyce, Stephen Lobb, Flick Allen, Leila Galloway, …

The Editor’s Cut – A view of philosophical research from journal editors

__ Event Date: 13 January 2012  Room G22/26  Senate House  University of London  Malet St  London WC1E 7HU The Editor’s Cut – A view of philosophical research from journal editors This international workshop brings together philosophers and publishers to survey and discuss recent trends and promising lines of philosophical research, aided by the crucial perspective of today’s editors. Programme: Welcome and Introduction …

Ming Wilson – Dressed to Rule: The Chinese Emperor's Wardrobe

Event Date; 12 January 2012 
 Royal Asiatic Society 
Stephenson Way 
London NW1 2HD   Ming Wilson (Senior Curator, Victoria and Albert Museum) Dressed to Rule: The Chinese Emperor’s Wardrobe ——————————————- talk: ——————————————- questions:   ——————————————-   share this entry:

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Alison Shell – Conversion in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream’

Event Date: 12 January 2012 The Shakespeare Institute Mason Croft Church Street Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6HP   Dr Alison Shell Conversion in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ ———————————————————————————————– The Shakespeare Institute
 An internationally renowned research institution established in 1951 to push the boundaries of knowledge about Shakespeare Studies and Renaissance Drama. The Shakespeare Institute offers a wide range of innovative postgraduate degrees, …

Seth Yalcin – Bayesian Expressivism

Event Date: 9 January 2012 Senate House University of London London WC1E 7HU   The Aristotelian Society presents: Seth Yalcin (Berkeley) – Bayesian Expressivism There is a tension between the broadly decision-theoretic view of agents and the received picture of linguistic communication. The received view takes the transmission of nongraded, ‘binary’ belief as the paradigm. What one generally ‘puts into …