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Philosophy: A love of wisdom

Philosophy: A love of wisdom

Constellations, Issue 4 Margaret Devadason and Alistair Yap What is Philosophy?The word “philosophy” traces its roots back to the Greek word philosophia, with philo meaning love and sophia meaning wisdom. A literal translation of philosophia would be “love of wisdom”....
Conference Report: Beyond the Clock

Conference Report: Beyond the Clock

Constellations, Issue 4 Kevin Andrew Riordan In March 2019, the Centre for the Liberal Arts and Social Sciences sponsored an interdisciplinary symposium on temporality studies in the School of Humanities, called “Beyond the Clock.” Organized by Justin Clark (History)...
A Week in Trieste

A Week in Trieste

Constellations, Issue 4 Alysia Lim Zhiyan Over the summer break, I was offered a scholarship to attend the Trieste Joyce School (TJS) in Trieste, Italy. Held almost every year, the School attracts Joyceans from all over the world to participate in an immersive week of...
Graphic Medicine Workshops

Graphic Medicine Workshops

Constellations, Issue 3 The Graphic Medicine Workshops are a series of workshops presented by the School of Humanities, Nanyang Technological University in collaboration with Sing Lit Station. These workshops were designed to help participant explore their experience...
Student-Faculty Partnership: Curriculum Development at SoH

Student-Faculty Partnership: Curriculum Development at SoH

NTU Language and Communication Centre (LCC) Margaret Louise Devadason & Kristina Marie Tom What would a course look like if it were designed collaboratively by students and faculty members? In May 2018, NTU’s Language and Communication Centre (LCC) hosted a...