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Centre for Social Futures


Thinking futures is now widespread, fateful and problematic. Yet much futures research neglects the insights that social science, the arts and humanities, can offer. Lancaster’s Centre for Social Futures works innovatively across disciplinary boundaries linking science, social science, arts and humanities to examine what futures might develop within key domains of human/material activity.

If you want to know more...

You can download the open access introductory chapter of the Routledge Handbook of Social Futures by Carlos Lpez-Glviz and Emily Speirs: Routledge Handbook of Social Futures - Why Social Futures.

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