Friday frivolity..

As it’s nearly the weekend – I thought I’d post something less serious.

I’ve been having some text chats (using in case you’re interested) with dead philosophers…

You can see these entirely fictional exchanges at: my tumblr : 


Humanities Public Lecture – Tim Ingold

The next speaker in our series of Humanities Public Lecture is Tim Ingold, who will be speaking on ‘Lines and Weather’ on 31 January, Francis Close Hall TC001 (Main lecture theatre) at 7:30pm.

Professor Ingold is Chair in Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen. His work combines

anthropology, ecology, writing, space, art, human movement, and philosophy. He is the author of many books, includingMaking: Anthropology, Archaelogy, Art and Architecture (Routledge, 2013),Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description (Routledge, 2011), The Perception of the Environment (Routledge, reissued 2000), andLines: A Brief History (Routledge, 2007).

Student, staff and the public are warmly invited to this very special event. Tickets are £5 to the public. University of Gloucestershire staff and students are admitted free of charge, but must obtain tickets through the Online Shop.