Speaking to Up Close, the audio talk show of research, opinion and analysis from the University of Melbourne, Nikolas Rose explores how scientific developments have changed conceptions of human identity and governance, and what this means for our political, socio-economic and legal futures.
Nikolas Rose's latest series of talks have taken him to Brazil, with three lectures delivered at the XVII Colóquio Filosofia Unisinos - the theme of which was Philosophy and Bioethics - in São Leopoldo and a public lecture of "Mental Life in the Metropolis" at the State University of Rio de Janeiro.
Completing his round of talks in the Southern Hemisphere, Nik Rose delivers the lecture, Mental life in the metropolis: urban brains urban lives and the embodiment of urbanity, at the University of Sydney (August 26). The Australian National University, Canberra, is the location for The mind transparent: reading the brain the following day.
Nikolas Rose delivers the keynote talk at Competing Responsibilities: The Politics and Ethics of Responsibility in Contemporary Life Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (August 15-17). The following week, Professor Rose holds a public lecture (Mental life in the metropolis) and anthropology seminar (The mind transparent) in Auckland.
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