So HumSci is over! It was a fantastic event, and I shall be collecting and publishing my thoughts about it very soon.  We are also planning to put together a short booklet about the workshop which interested parties can download, so that this can be a foundation for other events.

Indeed, some of the participants are also already planning their own events off the back off the workshop.  One particularly interesting idea is SciHum: it was pointed out that as a humanities student I organised the workshop with a specific set of assumptions about how to work through problems -using discussion as a methodology – so the gauntlet has been thrown down to science researchers to show us how they would have done it.  I for one can’t wait.

In the meantime one of the participants – Imogen Clarke – has kindly put together a Storify of tweets about the workshop.  With such a basic blog I can’t display it here, but it’s very easy to follow this link:


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