We are thrilled to present yet another speaker at Aarhus Symposium 2015. Andreas Roepstorff, Professor and Director at Interacting Minds Centre, School of Culture and Society and Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University, will be joining us on November 6.
As one of the early front-runners in neuroanthropology, Andreas Roepstorff has an in-depth knowledge in the interdisciplinary field, studying how the brain functions in various social settings and how the brain is affected by the culture we live in. As such, he seeks to provide answers to how and why we interact as we do in the settings we act in.
At Aarhus Symposium 2015, Andreas Roepstorff will participate in the climate debate, discussing the necessity for action and how these actions can change people’s behaviour in regards to the growing discussion of climate change.
Stay updated on the programme for Aarhus Symposium 2015 here.