Trent Building framed by autumnal leaves, University Park

June 4, 2020, by Ross Wilson

Liberal Arts Conversation

In our latest Liberal Arts Conversation, we speak to Daisy in Year 1 about her work. Daisy is studying History, Classics and Theology as part of her Liberal Arts degree. We discuss what it is like to study new areas and to make decisions about modules. We also speak about how subjects are linked together and how we make connections between areas of research.

Daisy speaks about what it’s like to step into a class, into a new subject area and start working in different ways. Importantly, Daisy also tells us about the wider experience at university. The clubs and societies that can give you an opportunity to apply your ideas. In this interview, we can see how interdisciplinary work gives us new perspectives on the world.

Liberal Arts Conversation with Daisy 

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