Human Worlds is the University’s annual Humanities-based festival. It is a series of free events for members of the public, including families, to explore the humanities and beyond. The Festival theme for 2018 is ‘Origins and Endings’. Everyone is welcome!
Kicking off on Thursday 8 November with a Research Café on the Dead Good Days and a talk titles “Two Years of Trump”. The festival programme includes a crematorium talk, a question time panel event and a world café and evenings with Dr Lucy Green, Professor Jakub Bijak and Dr Chris Fuller.
Saturday 17 November is Hands-On Humanities Day, a free-to-attend, family day full of interactive exhibits, workshops and talks.
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