Medical Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Environment Conference (CfP, Harvard University, 29-30 September 2017)

In the present age of the Anthropocene, the extraordinary transformations of Earth’s climate are changing the biophysical conditions involved in global food production, emerging epidemics and natural disasters. There is growing concern that global environmental change will have significant adverse impacts on global patterns of disease and mortality over the next century. Responses to recent Read the full article…

‘Sea Change: Art, Place and Resilience’ (Lecture, Scottish Youth Theatre, 22nd March, 2016)

Carol Frame of the Glasgow Centre for Population Health offers: Seminar Series 12: Lecture 5 Ruth Little: Sea Change – Art, Place & Resilience What can art and art-making contribute to fostering the coherence, capacity and connection that enable whole body health and adaptation, both social and individual?  How can we better find our own Read the full article…

Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) Seminar Series

The Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) is new research centre headed by Professor Nancy Cartwright and Professor Julian Reiss. Based in the Durham Philosophy Department, CHESS is broadly concerned with “Knowledge, Culture and the Public Good”. All staff and students are invited to attend the upcoming series of talks, which are followed Read the full article…