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The Knowledge Quarter Conference (KQ Conference) is a one-day Conference of talks and workshops on the future of Knowledge in an age of untruth. A diverse range of speakers from across the fields of politics, media, philosophy and academia will convene for one inspiring and provocative day of keynote talks, discussion groups and workshops, looking at Knowledge in all its forms.
KQ Conference Legacy Events
(POSTPONED) #4 Debunking the Myth of Decolonisation, 19 March 2020, London, United Kingdom
KQ Conference 2019, 26 June 2019, British Library Knowledge Centre, London, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: The Future of Knowledge: Think Together. Think Better.
- Keynote talks
Panel Discussions: Democratising Knowledge; The Future of Knowledge-Sharing; Current Approaches to Sharing Knowledge: Tales from the KQ (lightning talk)
Breakout Sessions: Separating Science Fact From Science Fiction; The Dream of a Common Language (workshop); Democratising Knowledge Through Deliberative Democracy (panel); Young People as the Future of Knowledge; MAKE Meanwhile – A Public Space for Creative Collaboration in King’s Cross; Sometimes it’s Under the Apple Tree
KQ Conference 2018, February 12, 2018, The British Museum, London, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: The Future of Knowledge (KQ Third Anniversary Conference)
- Keynote talks
Panel Discussions: The role of the Knowledge Creator; The role of the Knowledge Translator; The role of the Knowledge Consumer
Breakout Sessions: Whose knowledge is it anyway? (panel); Heritage collections and wellbeing: the future of the past? (lecture); Academic Expertise: the good, the bad and the ugly (workshop); The Face of Knowledge (table discussion); The future of knowledge through the eyes of the future (panel); Mary’s Hand – curating historical fact as creative fiction; Reading Well: redefining the role of the expert through co-production (workshop); Publishing Knowledge: Have we had enough of experts?
The Knowledge Quarter: Three Years On celebration and Essays launch