Monthly Archives: April 2015

On Michel Serres

Chris Watkin is preparing a critical introduction to the work of Michel Serres. This will be a really valuable addition to what is still a lamentably thin literature on Serres. http://christopherwatkin.com/2014/08/29/forthcoming-book-michel-serres-a-critical-introduction/ Chris is also putting together a bibliography of Serres’s … Continue reading

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science as a hammer

This is an interesting one: a MOOC on climate science, but with an important difference. It is not simply presenting the science, in the objective way that we all believe science is supposed to work. Rather, it is presenting strategies … Continue reading

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Visiting Research Fellows

Kelvin Clayton and Andrew Hill have been appointed as Visiting Research Fellows in Philosophy. Their work will primarily be connected to new The Character and Culture Research Group (if link is not working, see below).

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Professors honoured for distinguished service to their students

David Webb and Douglas Burnham have both received multiple nominations for the ‘Staffordshire Student Experience Awards’. These include nominations in the categories of ‘Personal Tutor of the Year’ and ‘Positive Impact’.

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