Asylum and Post Asylum Spaces – Contemporary and historical perspectives on ‘shelter, treatment and care’ (Seminar, Durham University, 17 April)

Asylum and Post Asylum Spaces – Contemporary and historical perspectives on ‘shelter, treatment and care’
Geography Seminar, Durham University
17 April 2012
Turner Room, Van Mildert College
RSVP: To  Nicola Bramfitt by Friday 30 March 2012.

11.00 – 11.30              Coffee and Introductions
11.30 – 12.00              Post grad Presentation

  1. Hazel Morison: ‘Exploring the interior of Glasgow’s Gartnaval Mental Hospital through the perspective of its patients. 1920 -1927’
  2. Peter Swan: ‘The Healthy Living Centre as an alternative to traditional day service provision’
  3. David Divine: Title TBC

12.15 – 13.00              Topics of interest: Post docs who are not presenting are requested to bring along a topic of interest which can be introduced for discussion

13.00 – 13.45              Lunch
13.45 – 15.00              Senior Staff and Post Doc presentations followed by discussion

  1. Magali Coldefy: Title TBC
  2. Chris Philo: Title TBC
  3. Cheryl McGeachen: Title TBC

15.00 – 15.20              Tea and Coffee
15.20 – 16.00              Senior Staff and Post Doc presentations followed by discussion

  1. Ian Spencer: Title TBC
  2. Viki Wood: ‘Bridging the distance: maintaining relationships between informal carers and family members in institutional settings of care and confinement’

16.00 – 16.30              Round table discussion and close

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