17th Oct 2018 |4.30-6.30pm | MMB 220 Claire Blencowe (Warwick) More-Than-Secular Social Theory for the Pluriverse Part of the Pluralistic Variations Lecture Series | Unit of Play Organiser: Dr Martin Savransky (Sociology) Everyone’s Welcome!
In 2016/2017 The Unit of Play is hosting the Pluralistic Variations lecture series, exploring a variety of transdisciplinary engagements with pluralistic modes of thinking, knowing, doing, and relating. Upcoming events include” change with “Pluralistic Variations Lecture Series. Since 2016, The Unit of Play is hosting the Pluralistic Variations lecture series, exploring a variety of transdisciplinary […]
Thursday 10th November 2016, 4.30-6-30pm, RHB144 Steve Brown, Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology, School of Management, University of Leicester. “Critical Pluralism: False Memories and Real Epistemic Problems” The term ‘false memory’ has a complex history. Initially coined as political term by social actors aiming to deconstruct the idea of ‘recovered memories’, it eventually became […]
Thursday 1st December 2016, 4.30-6-30pm. PSH302 Morten Axel Pedersen, Professor of Social Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen. “Experiment as Anthropological Critique: Pluralistic Tales from Two Collaborative Events” This lecture is concerned with the role of experimentation in anthropology’s ontological turn (OT). Drawing on my role in two recent collaborative experiments – the Comedy […]