Philosophy research events

Philosophy Research Seminars and Phil Soc

Semester B 2017-18

All events will take place in the MacLaurin Building

25/01 - Yujin Nagasawa (Birmingham)

08/02 – Catharine Abell (Manchester)

22/02 - Tom McClelland (Warwick)

08/03 - Angie Hobbs (Sheffield) Francis Bacon day

22/03 - Anthony Rudd (St Olaf College)

19/04 - Alison Stone (Lancaster)

HESIAN/UKASFP Conference 2017

Creating New Narratives: The science & art of Solution Focused practice

Thursday 18 and Friday 19 May 2017, Beales Hotel, Hatfield AL10 9NG (just north of London)

Solution focused practice touches many people’s lives as a result of the quiet revolution in approaches to care, therapy, education, employment, coaching and the management of change. This is an innovative two-day event presented by the University of Hertfordshire and UKASFP. It brings together academics and scholars interested in research and developing Solution Focused (SF) work, and practitioners who are doing it, learning about it and discovering new ways to use it to help people in the field – healthcare, therapy, social work, education, coaching and a myriad of settings. The event will be held over two days, each with a different focus.

ESPP 2017

The European Society of Philosophy and Psychology 2017 meeting will be held at the University of Hertfordshire 21-24 August, 2017.

Find out more about ESPP2017.

External events

13 May Professor Anthony Bash (Durham), Dr Liz Gulliford (Birmingham) & Professor John Lippitt (Hertfordshire) Diocesan Board Room, Holywell Lodge, 41 Holywell Hill, St Albans, AL1 1HE
10.30 - 15:30 'Why Forgiveness Matters'