Lincoln Workshop in Pictures

It is now just over six weeks since the workshop on the Liberal Arts in Lincoln; thoughts are still buzzing about the discussions and the treatises, and what the nature of inter-disciplinary research actually consists of, as well as the delight in new discoveries, learning and having one’s eyes well and truly opened. Here are a few photographic memories of the workshop: just seeing them jogs the mind to dwell further on what Grosseteste’s texts meant and what they represent.

More from Richard Bower’s public lecture, and the first, to date, performance by Cantus Infirmus, movingly over Grosseteste’s grave.

And all in the magnificent surroundings of Lincoln Cathedral and city. It was a wrench to leave, but this is au revoir and not goodbye.

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