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Co-Producing Knowledge on Health, Wellbeing and Place through Participatory Research (CfP session at the RGS 2014 Conference, London 26-29 August 2014)

Royal Geographic Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference Geographies of co-production London, Tuesday 26 to Friday 29 August 2014 Call for Papers for a session entitled: Co-Producing Knowledge on Health, Wellbeing and Place through Participatory Research Session Sponsor: Geography of … Continue reading

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Belief and Health (Half-Day Workshop, Durham, 11 January 2014)

Wolfson Institute’s Special Interest Group ‘Belief and Health’ Saturday 11th of January, 14:00-17:00. St. Chad’s College, 18 North Bailey, Durham, County Durham DH1 3RH. Buffet lunch, tea and coffee will be served. All are welcome, but registration via email to Ivana … Continue reading

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Transspecies Entanglements: Animal Assistants in Narratives about the Intellectually Disabled – David Herman (Seminar, Durham, 10th December 2013)

A seminar presented by the Centre for Medical Humanities to be held at Williams Library, St Chad’s College, 5.15—7pm. After surveying work on the definition, history, possible mechanisms, and relative efficacy of Animal-Assisted Activities (AAA) and Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT), this … Continue reading

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Spirituality, Theology & Health Seminar Programme (2013, Durham University)

Spirituality, Theology & Health seminar programme (Michaelmas 2013) These seminars are open to all staff and students of Durham University and to the general public. However, please be aware that they are aimed at a postgraduate level and are therefore … Continue reading

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Notes from Galveston (week 4): Jac Saorsa, Visiting Scholar, University of Texas

Just up from Murdoch’s on the Seawall is a structure that may at first seem strange to the uninitiated eye. It is the only piece that remains of the famous Balinese Room Pier. Four timber struts and a slatted roof … Continue reading

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Landscapes & Health Special Issue (CFP, Landscape Research Journal Special Issue)

Landscape Research Call for Papers: Landscapes and Health Special Issue Guest Editor: Catharine Ward Thompson Director, OPENspace Research Centre, University of Edinburgh, UK This special issue aims to explore topics related to the relationship between landscape and human health. Whilst … Continue reading

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Paul Moloney, The Therapy Industry – Review by Jenny Laws

Jenny Laws, post-doctoral research fellow at the Centre for Medical Humanities and Department of Geography, Durham University, reviews Paul Moloney, The Therapy Industry: The Irresistible Rise Of The Talking Cure, And Why It Doesn’t Work (London: Pluto Press, 2013). You … Continue reading

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