VICTR Presents: Julian Schloder “The Proper Formulation of the Minimal Theory of Truth,” November 29th, 1pm EDT. Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkcuGtqTojHdCjtkZm8dayPG-k6qdfhgXV
Amy Meyers has been named the the 2020-21 Future of Truth fellow at the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute. As a fellow, Meyers will join the lively intellectual culture at the Humanities Institute and contribute to the ongoing study of truth at the heart of the Future of Truth project.
Nancy Baym of Microsoft gives talk on “The Relational Affordances of Platforms.” Baym draws on a range of her recent research on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to articulate a model for understanding platforms as the dynamic, unstable entities they are, and to explore their roles in shaping, constraining and opening up new possibilities for relationships.
The University of Connecticut Humanities Institute (UCHI), through its latest initiative—The Future of Truth—is co-sponsoring a global conference entitled “Under Pressure: Truth, Trust and Democracy” in London on November 28–29, 2019.
On Tuesday, Nov. 5, the Science of Learning & Art of Communication program (SLAC) and the UConn Humanities Institute’s The Future of Truth Initiative (TFOT) invite you to three special events. Please register for any you are interested in so that we can provide appropriate refreshments. (1) SCIENCE AND IMAGINATION WORKSHOP 3-6pm, UConn Humanities Institute Conference Room, 4th Floor, Babbidge […]
The University of Connecticut Humanities Institute (UCHI) is proud to be the recipient of a $275,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support the programming of an exhibition entitled “Seeing Truth: Art, Science, and Making Knowledge (1750-2023).” This exhibition will be presented at the William Benton Museum of Art during the 2023 academic year […]