Facing Out – Being Human Festival in Durham, November 2014

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Facing Out Video

SOCIAL_MEDIA_RGB_02_500PXAs an introduction to the Durham part of the Festival of Humanities, we’ve prepared a short (ish) video for both strands: the Ordered Universe’s ‘From Dark Ages to Dark Matter‘, with Giles and Richard, and Barbara Graziosi’s ‘Face-to-Face: Encounters with Ancient Authors: Portraits in Libraries’. We hope this whets the appetite: Dark Ages to Dark Matter is 18th November, with the lecture in Ushaw on the evening of the 19th; Face-to-Face happens throughout that week in Palace Green Library. Continue reading

From Dark Ages to Dark Matter – Programme

SOCIAL_MEDIA_RGB_02_500PXThe Ordered Universe programme for the public symposium, 18th November 2014, and for the Ushaw College Lecture is now available here. There will of course be paper versions for the day itself, as well as a resources pack with translations of the treatises, and a  guide to the experiments we will follow. Tickets are still available for both the symposium and the Ushaw Lecture, the latter organised by the Centre for Catholic Studies, whose partnership we are very grateful to enjoy. For the symposium collect tickets from the World Heritage Visitor Centre, for the Ushaw Lecture contact Dr James Kelly, at james.kelly3@durham.ac.uk. We look forward to introducing Grosseteste to you all.

Festival of Humanities Ordered Universe Poster

From Dark Ages to Dark Matter – Festival of Humanities

image001SOCIAL_MEDIA_RGB_02_500PXThe Ordered Universe is very proud and pleased to be part of the inaugural UK National Festival of the Humanitieswhich takes place between 15th-23rd November this year. The Festival aims to engage the public with innovative humanities research, and takes place across the country, with university hubs and their cultural and community partners. The programme is a true showcase for the diversity and inventiveness of research into humanities, with a fantastic array of projects, activities and opportunities to come face to face with the researchers and their subjects. Continue reading