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For more information about Mission Economy, @ProfKEPickett interviewed this author for @YorkFestofIdeas Definitely watch this video to learn more about how we can improve the quality of people’s lives and tackle the great global challenges of our times https://t.co/YMHetJieJG
Miss any events at York Festival of Ideas last month? DID YOU KNOW - you can watch most of our events on our YouTube channel, and it's totally free? Join us - and don't forget to subscribe to our channel for new content! ▶️ https://t.co/8ShRP5P3rx #YorkIdeas https://t.co/HnaLRDZ2sf
WATCH AGAIN! Jung Chang, the best-selling author of Wild Swans, reveals the lives of three extraordinary women who helped shape 20th-century China. Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister - watch now on YouTube! ▶️ https://t.co/G8z54igyrO #YorkIdeas #JungChang #WildSwans https://t.co/HZAZ9TLA0B
Why is ‘popular’ fiction often viewed as a form of guilty pleasure? Lydia Zeldenrust of the University of York explores medieval romances, revealing why literary snobbery is timeless. Medieval Romances, Trash Fiction and Rebel Women - 18 Jun https://t.co/mMJ5eRoRIJ #YorkIdeas https://t.co/zFeXkV5NN3
Online now - Responsibility, Representation and Restrictions with @sandeepbak (Sandeep Bakshi, LARCA), Diana Greenwald, Dan Hicks, Beth Hughes, Terri Ochiagha, and Seph Rodney (Chair) – York Festival of Ideas (@YorkFestofIdeas). Watch the video, https://t.co/FbSgdOE8Y9
RT @anamacintosh In other news, I chaired a fascinating talk, followed by Q&A on Sunday: “Artificial You: #AI and the future of your mind” with the excellent Susan Schneider @DrSueSchneider as part of the final day of @YorkFestofIdeas Available online: https://t.co/MVyCx5kFH4
NOW AVAILABLE: Discover how archaeologist Rebecca Wragg Sykes uses her experience at the cutting-edge of Palaeolithic research to share new understanding of Neanderthals. You can watch 'Kindred: Neanderthal life, love, death and art' on: ▶️ https://t.co/vweHmaF83f #YorkIdeas
🗣️The replay of "Women's bodies: Gaining Control" co-organised by @AmbascienceUK and @YorkFestofIdeas is now available on our website: https://t.co/Ixy4nBiC04 🎙️Guest speakers included @MHLahaye @MartinWinckler @EllenAnnandale @lregan7 and @DrPragyaAgarwal 🎙️ #WomensRights https://t.co/mO7XZsmiwk
NOW AVAILABLE! Science communicator James Lees explores just how little we all can (and do) know about science, and why we should and shouldn't trust experts. You're Stupid and So Am I: Experts and conspiracy - watch now! ▶️ https://t.co/BPHJ2UCGIW #YorkIdeas https://t.co/1dPnffWKl5