UNESCO MOST Programme and Groupe d’Études Géopolitiques are hosting the third session of the UNESCO SHS MOST/GEG seminars on Human Sciences and Social Transformations on June 23, 2023, from 6:00PM to 7:30PM CET at the UNESCO Headquarters (7 Place de Fontenoy, Paris) and online. BRDIGES Executive Director, Steven Hartman, will contribute to this seminar as… Continue reading
Help us close out our inaugural season of the BRIDGING Communities Café series right by joining us for this final session on June 8, 2023. Whether or not you have been able to participate in the past, all are welcome (registration required). Date: Thursday, June 8th Time: 7pm SAST/CEST | 6pm BST | 1pm EDT… Continue reading
When you think of where you belong, what sounds do you hear? What emotions, memories, realizations come to mind? Do those sounds transplant you to a particular place or time? These are the kinds of questions the “Sounds of Belonging” project encourages people to consider. The project invites individuals from all backgrounds to record a… Continue reading
The BRIDGES Coalition is excited to take part in the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Forum, taking place on April 18, 2023. The MOST Forum is the space for solutions-oriented debate on how to reset our societies along a more equitable and smarter path. As a humanities-led sustainability science coalition of the MOST program, the… Continue reading
How can humanities research contribute to creating a healthier planet? Sustainability and humanities scholars from ASU gathered at the Walton Center for Planetary Health to discuss this question and more during a roundtable event hosted as part of the 2023 Learning Planet Festival. The Learning Planet Festival had over 60,000 international attendees. More than… Continue reading
The BRIDGES Flagship Hub launch at Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory in October, 2022.