10 June 2019, 6.00 PM - 10 June 2019, 8.00 PM
Professor Jane Macnaughton (Durham), Professor James Ladyman (Bristol) and Professor Martin Willis (Cardiff), with Doctor Julian Baggini as Chair.
Peel Lecture Theatre, Geographical Sciences Building, Bristol, BS8 1RL
The University of Bristol Centre for Health, Humanities and Science
looks to be recognised as a leader in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research at the intersection of humanities, medicine, health and science.
The centre's annual public debate on 10 June 2019 brings together three renowned scholars, who have worked collaboratively across humanities and science disciplines, to discuss their research.
- What are the barriers to such collaborations and can they be overcome?
- How can a shared language be created?
- Are the disciplinary differences always a hindrance?
Join us to hear Profs Macnaughton, Willis and Ladyman, discuss whether and how is it possible to overcome disciplinary barriers and methodological differences and work fruitfully across humanities and the sciences.
This is a free event but registration is required. Please follow the Eventbrite link
to register your interest.