Applications Open for Graduate Dissertation Fellowships and International Research and Collaboration Awards, Histories of AI: A Genealogy of Power, Mellon Sawyer Seminar

A new Mellon Sawyer Seminar at the University of Cambridge (2020-21) advertises Graduate Dissertation Fellowships (2) International Research and Collaboration Awards (4) The University of Cambridge is hosting a Mellon Sawyer Seminar entitled Histories of AI: A Genealogy of Power from May 2020-April 2021, website here. The Seminar will be co-hosted by the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, […]

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Jerusalem in Exile: Artist’s Books by Kamal Boullata, 24 January-13 March 2020, West Court Gallery, Jesus College

This exhibition celebrates the life and work of the Jerusalem-born artist Kamal Boullata (1942—2019), and is curated by Claudia Tobin and the artist’s wife, Lily Farhoud. It centres on Boullata’s handmade artist’s books and silk screen prints, which explore the interplay between poetry and image, and convergences of colour and architecture. At the centre of […]

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Dr Sarah Dillon and Dr Olivia Belton to present at UNESCO Global Futures Literacy Design Forum, December 2019

On Monday 16th December, Dr Sarah Dillon and postdoctoral researcher Dr Olivia Belton will participate in UNESCO’s first Global Literacy Design Forum at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. The Forum will bring the general public together with leading Futures Literacy practitioners, designers, facilitators, teachers and researchers. The Forum has two primary objectives. One is to prepare […]

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