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  • Being social: Being Human day 9

    26 November, 2016

     Being Human came to a close yesterday with an explosion of creativity and humanities fun across the UK. Welcome to day nine of Being social, where we hand over our blog to social media and reveal what’s been happening...

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  • Being social: Being Human day 8

    25 November, 2016

    Tweets from yesterday’s humanities feast! Physics met Philosophy in Gastrophysics, people learnt about sex, love and robots in Sheffield, and Exeter listened to stories from Syria in the beautiful Exeter Cathedral.

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  • Cultures of hope and fear in Nottingham

    25 November, 2016

    By Professor Maiken Umbach | We asked the University of Nottingham’s festival advocate a few question about their programme Cultures of hope and fear, which explores Nottingham as a crucible of religions and peoples from around the world.

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  • Being social: Being Human day 7

    24 November, 2016

    Day seven of Being social is a jam-packed post featuring events from across the country covering old age, people getting spooked in Liverpool and brilliant live drawings on creativity and the mind.

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  • Being social: Being Human day 6

    23 November, 2016

    An update on yesterday’s activities across the country for Being Human as seen on social media, including images from an exhibition on the Swansea coast and some very cute drawings from children who participated in Mermaids on the Mersey.

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  • Conceiving histories

    23 November, 2016

    By Dr Isabel Davis | What was pregnancy like for people in the past? Isabel Davis tells us about her upcoming event Conceiving histories, which looks at the history of conception during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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