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Festival of humanities and social sciences
Photograph: Ella Matthews, ‘Cyber Trace Three’
What does it mean to be masculine today? How do we face the loss of Arctic sea ice? And what can poetry tell us about refugees?
This year Think Human Festival explored some of the most important issues of our time. We shared, questioned and debated the challenges facing the world today - through music, comedy, debate, film and more.
Think Human events were free, open to all and held in locations across Oxford from 1–14 February 2020 with a special week of events for schools.
Read our Think Human Festival 2020 review (PDF)
Experience a selection of Think Human 2020 events in our digital showcase
Is the male mind and body now a site of cultural conflict?
Find the humour in hardship and the glee in gloom!
The Arctic is changing fast – and it’s up for grabs
The Think Human Festival team has announced the winners of its photo competition! The competition had a record breaking 2,700 entries on the theme of relationships. All winning entries are featured in the Digital Think Human Exhibition.