Exposure: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Breath, Air and Atmospheres (Conference Panel, Durham University, 5 July 2016)

Durham team members Rebecca Oxley and Andrew Russell will be convening a panel exploring the cultural, historical and phenomenological significance of breath, air, and atmospheres at the Association for Social Anthropology’s 2016 conference on Tuesday July 5th from 9am – 4pm. Presentations include: Making breath visible – Jane Macnaughton (Durham University) Breath and rhythm in the experience of Read the full article…

‘Mediating Children’s Reading’ (CfP, University of Edinburgh, 20 March 2016)

Royal Society Edinburgh Susan Manning Workshop The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, the University of Edinburgh: 21 June 2016 Children’s reading is a topic of constant debate, not only in contemporary education and social policy, and in teaching practice, but also in society more generally. The benefits of reading, for the individual child Read the full article…