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The Arts and Humanities Today: Re-framing the ‘value’ debate

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How can the arts and humanities meet the challenges of contemporary society without relying on notions of socio-economic impact? This talk contributes to current debates on whether and why the arts and humanities matter to society, and how their value can be articulated in ways that avoid over-simplifications and the crude equivalence of ‘value’ with ‘utility’ in a narrowly instrumental interpretation of ‘impact’.

This talk is part of the Wolfson College Humanities Society talks series.

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