Author, historian, philosopher of Oxford University; Theodore Zeldin, has engaged in a lifetime of research and consultation in search of what a full and flourishing life could be.
He has found that ‘the greatest problem and the greatest opportunity of the twenty-first century are to be found in our relationships with others.’
‘Our society is full of untapped potential for richer, more creative human interactions. It is only by truly relating to others that we can break out of our stultifying patterns of thought and behaviour, and glimpse the fullness of what it is possible to experience as a human being.’
Theodore works with governments, leading organisations and private businesses internationally, offering his insights and practical applications on how to best shape the future of their work.
Among his awards and honours he is a
Commander of the Légion d’Honneur, a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Royal Society of Literature, he holds a C.B.E., and has won the Wolfson Prize, Britain's top literary award for History.
Professionally trained as an actress in Australia Amber has pursued her creative career focused on finding and expressing the key drives in people's experiences. Amber has had successful experience in theatre TV film, photography and design. A qualified TESOL, she has taught English in China. She has been an administrator of architecture, recruitment and hospitality organisations, and of a charity for underprivileged children, as well as managing a small organic cattle farm.
Having worked in Australia, China and the United Kingdom, exposure to people of very diverse races, cultures, educational, social and economic backgrounds: it has embedded in Amber the importance of story and identity and most of all, the importance of an individual’s choices and courage. Amber seeks to find useful and engaging ways that people can connect and create a future together.
Amber is the Leonardo Fellow of Nottingham University and Artist in residence of the Digital Heritage research practice area within the Cultural and Communications Global Research Theme of Nottingham University.
We work with a broad range individuals and organisations. The Oxford and Nottingham Muse are currently working to set up Muse organisations in China, Australia, Italy, Germany and Spain.
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