Past Rewley House Research Seminars
This was the final installment in the RHRS series, exploring the concept of liberalism, and its challenges, in contemporary society.
On Friday 9 February 2018 we held the first seminar of the academic year.
This seminar will focus on perceptions of the world around us from an architectural, literary and artistic perspective.
‘Solidarity’ is a word imbued with political and social overtones. Our speakers discuss how it has influenced their work.
What is Hope? This seminar explored what hope is and invited us to consider what hope means to people in different circumstances.
The systematic change impact is explored with insights from the University's Transport Studies Unit academics and the ancient history field.
Our speakers consider how the idea of normality impacts on changing perception and decision-making.
Three speakers examine what impact means in different scenarios, both for academics themselves and the public at large.
Our speakers explore fear through their research into historical religious practices and politics.
In this seminar our speakers consider the theme from architectural, historical and sociological perspectives.
Our speakers consider the theme of 'Chaos' from historical, governance and design perspectives.
Our speakers consider the theme of 'Danger' from historical, medical, and literary perspectives.
Four speakers examine the nature of truth as it relates to their research.
Our speakers addressed the concept of 'Future', and its relationship with their research.
The speakers consider the ways in which learning, language, cultures and cities decay.
Speakers from the fields of finance, mathematics and urban studies share their experiences of patterns in their research
Exploring the ways in which research methodologies and experiences intersect with the concept and impact of gender.
Ethical decisions, and often dilemma, lie at the heart of all research methodologies and practice.
This seminar examined the many ways revolution impacts on research.
In this seminar, the notion of 'risk' is explored across multiple disciplines as the basis for ideas and challenges for new research.