Angus Kennedy is convenor of the Institute of Ideas’ educational initiative The Academy which he established in 2011 as a modest attempt to demonstrate - over four days of reading and discussion - what university should be like and so rarely is. He is interested in and writes on the philosophy of freedom and is the author of Being Cultured: in defence of discrimination. Angus has MA’s in Classics from Christ Church, Oxford and Linguistics from Birkbeck College London as well as an MPhil in Artificial Intelligence from Dundee University. He works in information technology management consultancy.
Saturday 1 November 2008, 10.30am Henry Moore Gallery
The Battle for the Reader
Saturday 1 November 2008, 5.15pm Henry Moore Gallery
What is it to be educated?
Sunday 2 November 2008, 10.00am Henry Moore Gallery
"I was astonished by the interest and by the fact that so many thoughtful and intelligent people were willing to give up a huge part of their weekends to listen to and discuss ideas."
Ruth Gledhill, religion correspondent, The Times