Philosophy Workshop on Time and Well-Being (Birmingham, 6 June 2014)

Royal Institute of Philosophy, Birmingham Branch Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham Friday 6th of June 2014 Room G51, ERI Building, University of Birmingham Campus Workshop on Time and Well-Being 13.00-14.20 “The Passing of Momentary Well-Being” Ben Bramble (University of Vienna) 14.20-14.40 Tea and Coffee Break 14.40-16.00 “What Is Child Well-Being?” Read more…

Lynn Bothelo: Keeping Time at Bay: old age, medicine, and money in early modern England (IAS Public Lecture, Durham University, 1 May 2013)

Institute of Advanced Study ‘About Time’ Public Lecture Series Professor Lynn Bothelo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania ‘Keeping Time at Bay: old age, medicine, and money in early modern England’ 1 May 2013, 6.15 – 7.15pm Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University Abstract: The desire to live forever has Read more…

Mary Manjikian: ‘Emergency Time, Crisis and the Role of the State: Reflections on the Past, Present and the Future’ (Public Lecture, Durham, 28 Feb 2013)

Institute of Advanced Study Fellows’ Public Lecture Mary Manjikian:’Emergency Time, Crisis and the Role of the State: Reflections on the Past, Present and the Future’ 28 February 2013, 5.30 – 6.30pm, Howlands Hall, Ustinov College, Durham University Attendance to this event is free and open to all. Abstract: Despite the Read more…

Rhythm, time experience and the body: Re-thinking musical time – Professor Udo Will (IAS Public Lecture, 6 November 2012)

Rhythm, time experience and the body: Re-thinking musical time Professor Udo Will, Ohio State University, USA Institute of Advanced Study Fellows’ Public Lecture 06 November 2012, 8.00 – 9.00pm Senate Suite, University College, Durham University Abstract: In Western Music one meets the idea that time is a pre-existing framework that Read more…

Industriousness and Daydreaming: Cognitive Neuroscience’s Revaluation of Rest – Felicity Callard (Seminar, Glasgow, November 2 2012)

Industriousness and Daydreaming: Cognitive Neuroscience’s Revaluation of Rest Dr Felicity Callard Senior Lecturer in Social Science for Medical Humanities, Durham University Friday 2nd of November, 3:30pm East Quadrangle Lecture Theatre, University of Glasgow Wine Reception to follow Abstract: How might human geography respond to the epistemological and ontological challenges posed Read more…