The annual two-week Festival, which runs from 7 – 20 March and stages more than 300 events, examines the growing interaction between humans and technology.
Faith in schools, open access and language teaching through football to be debated at the Festival.
The dangers of computers that predict our personalities or make decisions for us, issues of security and privacy, and forms of resistance grounded in new technology inspire some of the discussions on technology at this year’s Cambridge Festival of Ideas, which runs from 19 October – 1 November.
Debates on pornography, reproduction and transgender identities at heart of Festival.
When is the right time to have a baby, can women achieve equality in the workplace, where do we draw the line on pornography and what are implications of trans identities for religious faith?
Immigration, Europe and extremism feature prominently at this year’s Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
The full programme has been launched for the Cambridge Festival of Ideas 2015 (19 October – 1 November).
Historic England’s Planning and Conservation Director, Greg Luton, told us more about the work he does and why our heritage is so important. Historic England will be hosting an event, Historic England: listed buildings, ancient monuments and places, on Saturday 12 September during Open Cambridge 2015.