Activity: Talk or presentation types › Public talk, debate, discussion
Interdisciplinarity can play a key role in changing perceptions, identities and tackling challenges facing us in today’s world. Bringing together different types of knowledge and understandings can help us share and solve complex problems, from co-designing healthcare interventions to co-creating solutions between engineers and social scientists. At this event, a new generation of interdisciplinary and innovative researchers set out how we acquire and utilise different forms of knowledge, rooted in understandings of languages both textual and embodied. Join us for a lively evening of discussion and experience a little of what it can mean to live well in practice. This event is organised in collaboration with the Brigstow Institute.