Cultures and Practices of Belonging:  Sustainability across Disciplines

 

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Monday 21st March 2016

9am to 4.30pm

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK

A  one  day symposium  bridging the  arts, science, humanities, NGOs, and  policy-making, with presentations by Dr Sergio Fava and Dr Michael Hrebeniak.

Belonging has the potential to bring together different methodologies to think creatively about themes such as common ownership, ecology, identity, and community, in a future-oriented yet grounded manner.

Through workshops, talks, and discussions, the event will create a space for dialogues across disciplines, and foster a network of creative collaborations.

The Symposium will start at 9.30 prompt (registration from 9am). Refreshments will be provided at 4pm with an opportunity to register any interests in pursuing collaborative dialogue or research beyond the Symposium.

How to book

Attendance fee £25 per person. Places are limited to 40 participants. Lunch and refreshments provided.

To register for a place please send an email to belongingsymposium@gmail.com .

Payment details will be sent to you nearer the time.

If you are a student or self-employed and require a free place, please send an email (‘Bursary Application as subject) with a 50 word biography and state why you wish to attend the symposium.

For further information about the event visit our website http://belongingsymposium.blogspot.co.uk/ and to get in touch with any questions please contact us via email  belongingsymposium@gmail.com.

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