IAS Annual Report 2014-15 - page 14

Professor William Downes
Gave one public lecture and one seminar paper.
Professor David Geary
Delivered three seminar papers and one public lecture
given in Durham. Four papers written and submitted (three
published). Relationships enhanced and established with
several members of Durham faculty.
Professor Katherine Hayles
Gave five UK lectures (Durham; Liverpool; Cambridge); and
two seminar papers. Established close links with Geography
and Professor Louise Amoore who convened a two-day
conference dedicated to the work of Professor Hayles. The
keynote
‘Future Anterior, Derivative Writing, and the Cognitive
Technosphere’
was given by Professor Hayles. Additional
connections were made with the School of Modern
Languages and Cultures. Significant progress made on her
book, ‘Unthought: The Power of the Cognitive Nonconscious’
(now published by University of Chicago Press).
Professor John Heil
Submitted several papers for publication (two published). As
inaugural editor of the Journal of the
American Philosophical
Association,
he produced the first volume during his
Fellowship, and gave five conference papers (two in Durham;
two in Oxford; and one in London).
Professor Alice Hills
Gave one seminar; public lecture; convened and delivered a
workshop in Durham. Submitted a successful £5m Horizon
20/20 bid.
Dr Val Jones
Gave two public lectures, four presentations and one
seminar paper in Durham.
Professor Garry Marvin
Gave two public lectures (Durham and York) and six papers
in Durham, three film screenings and discussion sessions,
including a local Durham school visit. Returned to Durham
in April 2016 to participate in the Durham interdisciplinary
symposium,
Evidence of Animal Minds.
Professor Howard Morphy
Jointly delivered the annual Robert Layton lecture with
Frances Morphy and a joint seminar paper; one public
lecture and one keynote (Durham). Delivered a joint paper at
the American Anthropological Association (Washington). One
paper published.
Frances Morphy
Jointly delivered the annual Robert Layton lecture with
Professor Howard Morphy and a joint seminar paper; one
public lecture (Durham). Delivered a joint paper at the
American Anthropological Association (Washington).
Professor Margaret Morrison
Gave two seminar papers (Durham; Edinburgh): three
lectures (Durham; Edinburgh); and two conference papers
(Durham; Munich). Strengthened connections with the
Department of Philosophy, and established valuable links
with the Department of Physics. Chapter completed and
published.
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