Centre for Humanities Interdisciplinary Research Projects (CHIRP)
CHIRP was established in September 2012 to provide a
hub for interdisciplinary research activities based within Arts &
Humanities and Social & Historical Sciences. The centre's aim is to
amplify the reputation of these distinguished areas of UCL research
activity as widely as possible, both across other Faculties of UCL and
among outside institutions.
We run a variety of high-profile events to showcase interdisciplinary work at UCL, offer advice and support to UCL’s many and varied interdisciplinary research groups, and are currently funding several interdisciplinary research projects, with early career researchers attached. We also hope to have a number of short-term interdisciplinary distinguished visitor fellowships each year.
The Creighton Lecture 2013
CHIRP's Director, Professor Lisa Jardine, will be delivering the Creighton lecture 2013 next Tuesday, 10th December "Meeting my own history coming back: Jacob Bronowski's MI5 files". Senate House, 6pm. The event is free and open to all. RSVP to IHR.Events@sas.ac.uk
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