The Penultimate Curiosity

Aerial photo of four pairs of hands using different handheld smart devices

The Penultimate Curiosity sets out to answer one of the most profound questions about the development of human thought: why is it that throughout the long journey from cave painting to quantum physics what we now refer to as 'science' and 'religion' have been so closely entangled? Watch a short promo video

On Tuesday 2 February 2016, the artist Roger Wagner and Professor of Nanomaterials Andrew Briggs, will discuss their book and show excerpts from a forthcoming documentary in the Oxford Museum of Natural History.

The evening will be hosted by the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion and will be introduced by Alister McGrath.

Following the discussion you are invited to join the authors for a drinks reception among the dinosaurs to celebrate the launch of The Penultimate Curiosity.  You will have the opportunity to purchase the book for the special launch night price.

The talk and drinks reception are free to attend, but to guarantee your place please register here.

This event will be filmed. By registering for a place at this event, you are giving your consent to being filmed as part of the audience during the talk.


Humanities & Science

Audience: Open to all