• Understanding Value, 8

    Understanding Value VIII is the 8th annual instalment of the graduate philosophy conference at the University of Sheffield, which explores philosophical themes about the nature and application of value.

  • Building Modernity: Britain, Railways, and the Hispanophone World

    This event is in partnership with the National Railway Museum The National Railway Museum is undertaking a seven year, £50 million, redesign of its entire site. The ambition of this new Vision 2025 project is to tell new stories, brought forth from our archives through detailed research, that challenge and fascinate its visitors. One of the untapped…

  • Art as Commodities/Commodities as Art

    Taking place in the Treehouse, Berrick Saul Building, University of York, the conference will comprise ten papers divided into five panels. Dr Leah Clark at the Open University will give a keynote on art and diplomacy in the Italian Renaissance (t.b.c.), followed by a wine reception.

  • Event Minorities and Philosophy Fourth Annual Lecture

    This event is the fourth annual Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) lecture which has come to be a staple event of the calendar for philosophers in the region. Organised by students, MAP aims to improve the representation of marginalised groups within the discipline and also marginalised areas of philosophy. The aim of the annual lecture is…

  • 3rd Annual White Rose South Asia Conference: ‘Exclusion, Dialogue, Exchange’

    This event seeks to build on the already burgeoning White Rose South Asia series of conferences by offering its 3rd instalment, after events at Leeds in 2017 and Sheffield in 2018. Despite the success of the conference last year, one primary objective for any future conference was to expand the interest to all White Rose…