Space and Place in the Health Humanities, plus a Masterclass on the Geography of a Dance Intervention – Prof Sarah Atkinson (Seminar, Edinburgh, 23 Jan 2014)

The sixth Scottish Health Humanities Seminar and Masterclass will be on Thursday 23 January 2014. Prof Sarah Atkinson, Deptartment of Geography, Durham University. Co-Director of Belief, Understanding and Wellbeing, Wolfson Research Institute, and Associate Director, Centre for Medical Humanities Public Seminar: Space and Place in the Health and Medical Humanities Thursday 23 January 2014, 3:30-5:00pm The Old Library, Read the full article…

An Interview with David Bintley, CBE – Durham University, Wednesday 13th March, 6.15pm

Professor David Fuller writes: Ballet has been one of the major forms of twentieth-century art. From the revolution of Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, ballet has attracted the talents of many of the most creative people in theatre, music, and visual art. Major composers (Debussy, Stravinsky, Ravel, Prokofiev, Bartok, Shostakovich, Poulenc, Vaughan Williams, Walton, Britten, Read the full article…

An Interview with David Bintley, CBE – Durham University, Wednesday 13th March, 6.15pm

As part of the public lecture series, ‘The Recovery of Beauty’, the Centre for Medical Humanities, the Department of English Studies, and the Institute of Advanced Studies of Durham University is hosting an interview with the Director of the Birmingham Royal Ballet and choreographer, David Bintley, CBE. This will take place on Wednesday 13th March, Read the full article…

Movement and nonverbal communication with people with disabilities (Workshop, Edinburgh, February 2012)

This workshop is part of the professional development series The Therapeutic Use of Embodied Experiences – A series of intensive weekends. Led by Ruth Massie, it will be held over Saturday 18- Sunday 19 February  at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. These intensive weekends aim to support the development of awareness of relational and personal issues Read the full article…