- Monday 25 April 2022, 14:00-15:00
- Zoom (via eventbrite registration)
- Public Lecture
This event, the second of five in 2022, features discussion with between University of Leeds Researchers Katie McQuaid (school of Geography) and Adriaan van Klinken (School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science).
In 2021, the Arts and Humanities Futures podcast and event series focused just on researchers in the arts and humanities. For 2022, we have stretched beyond our disciplinary boundaries to open up thought-provoking conversations that we hope will stimulate reflection in the arts and humanities community and beyond.
The recent years have brought extraordinary and ongoing challenges to societies and cultures, as well as bringing long-standing crises and predicaments to the foreground in new ways. This series of curated conversations brings together researchers from different backgrounds, disciplines and career stages to stimulate conversation about how research communities might respond to these challenges – and about the futures we want to imagine and realise.
At each online event, one of the pre-recorded conversations will be aired before the Chair opens up to the floor for discussion. Following each event, the conversation will be made available as a podcast episode, which can be downloaded at any time.
Registration for this event is via Eventbrite. it is open to people outside the University of Leeds and participation is free.
If you are interested in hearing the 2021 series of conversations in advance of these events then you can do so by visiting our A&H Futures webpage.
Other listings in this event series can be found here.