Ordered Universe in Aotearoa

Coat_of_arms_of_New_ZealandTom completes his lecture-tour in New Zealand, and will be talking on Monday about Ordered Universe in two, almost back-back sessions. For more reflections on Tom’s other experiences, conversations and debates take a look at his blog, Faith and Wisdom in Science. It certainly looks like a very stimulating series of discussions and encounters! The interest provoked by Ordered Universe and Robert Grosseteste’s engagement with the world around him, conceptually and really (as it were), has been heart-warming and delightful to watch.

Tom is talking in the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand:
Monday 21st September, 2015:
Tom McLeish: ‘Successful Collaborative Research Between Humanities and Science’,
3.00-4.00 pm, Arts Building, Burns 7 Lecture Theatre.
Ordered Universe project exemplifying collaboration between humanities and science, as exemplified by the . Tom’s talk is jointly hosted by the University of Otago’s Centre for Theology and Public Issues, and the Division of Humanities and Division of Science.
Tom will be talking in Otago again on the same evening:

Monday 21st September, 2015: University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Tom McLeish: ‘Medieval Science and the Ordered Universe Project’  
5.30-6.30 pm, Teachers’ College Auditorium
Part of the Centre for Science Communication Science Communication Distinguished Communicator Series, which began in with the foundation of the Centre in 2008, Tom will be talking about the Ordered Universe project from its inception, its ambitions to edit, translate and analyse, contextually and scientifically, the scientific treatises of Robert Grosseteste, and its methods and practice.

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