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Von Hügel Institute

for Critical Catholic Inquiry

Studying at Cambridge

 

Research Seminars

At the core of the VHI's innovative interdisciplinary research are our regular Research Seminars, in which Research Associates present and discuss their work. Rooted in our Research Associates' leading work in their respective fields, the seminars are designed to generate new perspectives within and across disciplines, by providing a unique context for open-ended discussion and shared exploration. 

 

Academic Year 2020-21

Michaelmas Term

Thana Campos: "Love and Justice" 
Flavio Comim: "Love and Human Development"
Ralf Wüstenberg and Zeina Barakàt: "Peace and Conflict Resolution"
Wojciech Szczerba: "Human Dignity and Migration"
Heidemarie Winkel: "Multiple Gender Cultures"
Luigi Gioia: "Clericalism and Sexuality"
 
Lent Term
 
Philip Sheldrake: "Cultivating Public Virtues"
William Simpson: "Physics and Hylomorphism"
Themed initiative: Perspectives on AI, Ethics and Theology
Maria Burke: "Dark vs Light: Connected Tensions in a Digitized World - Towards A Brighter Future"
Gill Goulding CJ: "‘Algor Ethics’ – The ‘Good’ Algorithm"
Gianmarco Contino: "Algorithmization of Medicine"
Umang Bhatt (Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence): "Human Machine Trust and Agency in Joint Decision-Making"
Jonathan Warner: "Other Aspects of AI: Viewing AI through the lens of Dooyeweerd’s theory of modal aspects"
 
The seminars are internal, not open to the public. Should you wish more information about them, please contact vhi@st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk.


 

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