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Culture & Health webinar: ‘Waste and wellbeing: cultural waste disposal practices and health’, Webcast 13.00-14.00 CEST, 12.00-13.00 BST, 2 April 2019.

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Time/Date: 13.00- 14.00 CEST, 12.00- 13.00 BST, Tuesday 2 April 2019 Venue: UN City, Denmark Live webcast/further information link:    www.euro.who.int/en/cultureandhealth Waste and wellbeing: cultural waste disposal practices and health Our attitudes towards waste influence what we consume, how we consume it and when we throw it away. These attitudes can be strongly shaped by cultural and local contexts.… Continue reading

Culture & Health 2019 webinar: ‘Air Pollution: Local contexts, universal effects’, Webcast 6 March 2019, GMT 12.30- 13.30, CET 13.30- 14.30

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Date/Time: Webcast 6 March 2019, GMT 12.30- 13.30, CET 13.30- 14.30 Livestream/further information link: http://www.euro.who.int/en/data-and-evidence/cultural-contexts-of-health/webinars Air pollution is not only a major global environmental problem, but also represents the single largest environmental risk to health globally. Alongside contributing to chronic illness, estimates are that 2 million people die every year from air pollution exposure. Both… Continue reading

Plenary Lecture and Workshop Session: ‘Making models: the production and exchange of anatomical knowledge around 1800’, Dr Marieke Hendriksen, Glasgow, 4 December 2018

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Date: 4 December 2018; Workshop: 15:00 – 17:00; Lecture: 17:45 Location: Workshop: The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall (Teaching Lab-42); Lecture: The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall (Seminar Room 1) A Plenary Lecture and a Workshop session ‘Making models: the production and exchange of anatomical knowledge around 1800’ will be held at The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall next… Continue reading

Public Event: ‘Stories: End of Life and Dying’, Glasgow University Medical Arts and Humanities Society, 19 November 2018

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Date:  19:30-21:00, Monday 19 November 2018 Location: Room 234, St Andrews Building, Glasgow University GU Medical Arts and Humanities Society exists to promote the use of the arts and humanities in healthcare education. Our biggest event of the semester is coming up this Monday which will provide a platform for discussion and reflection on death, dying… Continue reading

Public Lecture: ‘Adventures, archives, and anguish in undertaking AIDS research’, York, 15th October 2018

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Date: 12.00pm, Monday 15th October 2018 Location: Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building, University of York The Centre for Global Health Histories warmly invites you to the following public lecture at the University of York on 15 October. All are welcome to attend and no booking is necessary. ‘Adventures, archives, and anguish in undertaking AIDS research’ Dr… Continue reading

Public Lecture: Professor Manuel Barcia, ‘“Beware, Beware of the Bight of Benin”: The Struggle against Disease in the Slave Trade Contact Zones, 1807-1867’, Glasgow, 24th October 2018

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Date: 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Wednesday 24th October 2018 Location: Lecture Theatre, Hunterian Art Gallery As part of Black History Month, Professor Manuel Barcia will be giving an evening lecture at The Hunterian Lecture Theatre, titled, “Beware, Beware of the Bight of Benin: The Struggle against Disease in the Slave Trade Contact Zones, 1807-1867”. This lecture is part of… Continue reading

Mason Institute Annual Lecture: ‘On Strange ground: biomedical transformation, narrative vulnerability and identity repair’, 18th June 2018, Edinburgh

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Date: 5:30-8:00pm, 18th June 2018 Location: Screening Room G.04, 50 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LH Mason Institute Annual Lecture: ‘On Strange ground: biomedical transformation, narrative vulnerability and identity repair’ Speaker: Jackie Leach Scully, Professor of Social Ethics and Bioethics, Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences Research Centre, Newcastle University Abstract: Vulnerability is generally understood in terms of harmful… Continue reading

Mason Institute Lunch: ‘Death Benefits: Clinically Assisted Dying, Best Interests, and the Problem of Justification’, 17th May 2018, Edinburgh

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Date: 12:30-2:00pm, 17th May 2018 Location: Room G.01, 21 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LD Mason Institute Lunch: ‘Death Benefits: Clinically Assisted Dying, Best Interests, and the Problem of Justification’ Speaker: Mary Neal, Senior Lecturer, Law, University of Strathclyde Abstract: Moral philosophers have long wrestled with the ‘problem of posthumous harm’; namely, the question of whether it… Continue reading

Lecture: Gavin Francis, ‘The Anatomy of Curiosity – a personal tour of Edinburgh University’s anatomical collections’, Glasgow

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Date: 6-8.30pm, Thursday 18th January 2018 Location: Kelvin Lecture Theatre, 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AW The Anatomy of Curiosity – a personal tour of Edinburgh University’s anatomical collections The Anatomical Collections of Edinburgh University are immense and varied, gathered over more than five centuries. They vary from anthropological specimens from the colonial era, to early-modern curiosities… Continue reading

Screen Seminar: Hannah Hamad, ‘Screening the NHS at 70: Exploring the Political Stakes of Contemporary UK Medical Television’, Glasgow     

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Date: 5.30pm – 7pm, Wednesday 6th December Location: Room 408, Gilmorehill Halls, University of Glasgow Screen Seminars at Glasgow are delighted that Dr Hannah Hamad (University of Cardiff) will be presenting her work on ‘Screening the NHS at 70: Exploring the Political Stakes of Contemporary UK Medical Television’. All welcome! ‘Screening the NHS at 70: Exploring the Political Stakes of… Continue reading