Come and join us for a thought-provoking and informative afternoon discussing the ideas and issues which are emerging from the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s interdisciplinary Research Network in the Arts and Humanities on the theme Connecting with a low-carbon Scotland.
The Network is based at the University of Stirling, and involves academics, thinkers and cultural practitioners from a wide range of institutions and organisations in Scotland, the UK and beyond.
This free public event showcases the contributions that different arts and humanities - such as literature, theatre, visual arts, history, politics, law and media - have made to the Network theme and explores the key insights and ideas that are emerging from collaborative working.
There will be readings, discussion, questions and - hopefully - some answers, along with tea, coffee and biscuits.
For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please complete the form linked below to register for this event.
Please note numbers are limited to 30.