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29th Oct: Laura Bradley, Professor of German and Theatre.
(Department of European Languages and Cultures).
22nd Oct: Wasiu Popoola, Lecturer and Chancellor’s fellow
(School of Engineering)
1st Oct: Caroline Watt, Koestler Chair of Parapsychology
(School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences)
8th Oct: Matt Bell, Senior Lecturer
(School of Biological Sciences)
Changing human behaviour: it isn't just about communication
15th Oct: Melanie Stefan, Lecturer
(Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences).
Would you like to spend some time reading in beautiful surroundings?
Would you like to reflect on how you read both literary and non-literary writings?
Imagine that a tiny house becomes your classroom. How would you learn differently if your lecture was relocated into a mobile shepherd's hut? Discover the concrete utopia of a civic educational sanctuary. In the academic world of busy 'think tanks', take a break around the wood burner of this decelerated 'dream tank'! Final of three Festival Welcome Hut days: Experiential seminar. We invite you to an experience of the Welcome Hut in the Moray House Quad where the tiny house is permanently based.
Anxiety is such a pervasive human condition that we sometimes take its presence for granted unless it interferes with our daily lives, which for many of us can be an all too familiar reality.
But is there a different way of looking at this? Would we get rid of all anxiety tomorrow if we could?,
Or are there good things about it we would keep? How high or low would we want our anxiety to be? And what is it about the world that triggers our anxiety?
This mini-exhibition is showcasing the current technological developments allowing for further exploration of Outer Space (from Scotland), contrasted with the development of conceptual ideas and scientific enquiries into the understanding of the Universe.