Intellectual virtues have often been thought of as qualities that are good for the individual. However, a new AHRC-funded Early Career Fellowship, Intellectual Virtue and the Good Life: Ethical and Epistemic Values, has been looking at how they can benefit communities and society as a whole.
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In our final interview before the New Generation Thinkers Scheme closes for this year, Joanne Paul and Charlotte Blease talk all things "NGT".
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She says that ‘the AHRC studentship added the chance to work at the British Library. In my field it is the pinnacle. It represented a way into the British Library, and to be able to work with a knowledgeable, generous team of colleagues where I learnt such a lot.
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All humanities researchers are entrepreneurs, according to Dr John Miles. And he argues that doing a PhD in the arts and humanities equips you with vital skills for work in – or out – of academia.
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A PhD can be a powerful tool for professional development, a way to take your career to the next level - and an opportunity to build a business that makes a difference, says Dr Justine Reilly.
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BBC Radio 3 is known for its flagship musical events, but it is so much more. Station controller, Alan Davey, talks about the station's wider strategy.
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Christopher Kissane, in our latest New Generation Thinkers interview, reflects on innovative ways to engage new audiences and shows that food is more than just for eating.
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"I'm excited to show how music and wider arts programmes are being developed in partnership with the health sector."
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In the latest of our New Generation Thinker interviews, Anindya Raychaudhuri discusses a more active and creative understanding of memory and why it is important to interrorgate "what goes without saying."
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Dr Christopher Bannister talks about his research, becoming a New Generation Thinker and the chance to make programmes for BBC Radio 3
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