Kellogg Science and Humanities Seminars22 March 2018
The Kellogg Science and Humanities Seminars, organised by the MCR, are accepting presentation and poster proposals from all members of the University of Oxford, whose research fits the general theme of the event.
Emerging technologies and technological development is of interest to all of the academic world. Ongoing changes affect all aspects of our work and lives, way beyond our research methodologies, changing our fieldwork and influencing focus of our study, including even the way the academic sector develops. The aim of the first Kellogg Science and Humanities Seminars is to show the diversity of ways in which technological novelties are entering our fields and research interests – from nanotechnology, ICTs and machine learning, to digital humanities, social mobility and development critique.
We invite scholars, researchers, DPhil and master students from across disciplines to talk about their work, whether it is of theoretical nature or based on original research. Please, keep in mind, that Kellogg Seminars are open to all. As we are inviting audience beyond the academic community, applicants are hence encouraged to make their talks and posters as accessible to all as possible.
Kellogg Science and Humanities Seminars will be held on 25th and 26th April 2018.
Submit abstracts of no more than 200 words on proposed 20-minute presentations or posters, along with a bio of no more than 150 words, by 30 March, 24:00 GMT to both Lida Bousiakou (lida.bousiakou at conted.ox.ac.uk) and Magdalena Góralska, (magdalena.goralska at oii.ox.ac. uk).
Information of acceptance will be given within a week.