GoHWell, Hubbub, Centre for Medical Humanities Seminar
November 18th, 2015
W007, Main Geography Building

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Members of Hubbub will be joining with colleagues in Durham’s Department of Geography and Centre for Medical Humanities to share details of research carried out by the group in the first year of its residency in The Hub at Wellcome Collection, as well Hubbub’s plans for the future.

All welcome!

Programme:

Arrive from 13.15 (refreshments available)

13.30 – start

  • Hubbub: Rethinking Interdisciplinarity across the Social Sciences, Neurosciences, Humanities and the Arts
    – Dr Felicity Callard – Reader in the Department of Geography, Hubbub Director
  • Near Sensing, Moving Bodies, and Built Space
    – Dr Josh Berson – Anthropologist, Hubbub Collaborator
  • The quest for a quieta mens
    – Dr Hilary Powell – Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Geography, Hubbub Collaborator

14.30-14.45 – break (refreshments available)

  • Reflections on ‘What’s wrong with work?’
    – Dr Lynne Friedli – Mental Health & Inequalities Researcher, Hubbub Collaborator
  • The Peckham Experiment: Documents, Fiction and the Archival Imaginary
    – Dr James Wilkes – Senior Researcher in the Department of Geography, Hubbub Associate Director

15.45 – close of seminar (wine and canapés)

Hubbub is an international collective of social scientists, artists, humanities researchers, scientists, broadcasters, public engagement professionals and mental health experts. We explore the dynamics of rest, noise, tumult, activity and work, as they operate in mental health, the neurosciences, the arts and the everyday. We are based in London as the first residents of The Hub at Wellcome Collection from October 2014 to July 2016.


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