I’m Robin Hendry, the Head of Department, and I have been at Durham for many years. Congratulations on making it to Durham: I know that you’ve worked really hard for this, especially in these difficult times. We’ve also worked hard to provide an intellectually challenging programme of studies for your time with us. We’re a friendly and open group of people and look forward to welcoming you to our academic community. We’re a small department and so hope that you’ll get to know us well.
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Professor Robin Hendry
Studying philosophy at Durham is an opportunity to be in a warm, welcoming space, surrounded by other people who love the subject as much as you. From the lecturers’ infectious passion for what they’re teaching, to the open but energetic seminar discussions that regularly spill over into the walk home, it's hard for the passion you already have not to be constantly increased. The staff are wonderful at assuring that everyone has the space to and feels comfortable saying what they want.
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