Arts and Humanities research projects explore topics which include, but are not limited to, archaeology, classical studies, history, language teaching and learning, performing arts, philosophy, religion, society and culture.
During a global pandemic may not be the most auspicious time to be researching, yet it only produced a minor change to my project plans. Finding the true direction of my research however - that's a whole different ballgame...
Below are the supporting statements for my Laidlaw application roughly 18 months ago. My interests have moved away from philosophy of time, and the statements certainly don't represent me today. However, there are significant continuities in my priorities, and I stand by many of the things I said.
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