The Art of Caring: dwelling, affective relationality and the organization of hospital work (Colloquium, 12 July 2012, Swansea)

The Art of Caring: dwelling, affective relationality and the organization of hospital work   A colloquium Hosted by the People, Organizations and Work Research Group, Swansea University Business School Thursday 12th of July 2012 Swansea University Sponsored by the Older People & Ageing Research & Development Network & Swansea University Read more…

Care in the Past: Archaeological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (IMRS Seminar Series, Durham University, Summer 2012)

We would like to invite you to attend the first of the Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Department of Archaeology sponsored ‘Care in the Past: Archaeological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ seminars of the Summer. This seminar series, culminating in a one-day conference on Saturday 6th October at the College Read more…

‘Care of the Body: spaces of practice’ – Announcing a new special issue of Social & Cultural Geography

‘Care of the Body: spaces of practice,’ edited by Centre for Medical Humanities Associate Director Sarah Atkinson, Victoria Lawson and Janine Wiles, is the latest special issue of Social & Cultural Geography. From the editors’ introduction: “Care—concept, emotion, practice, politics, moral exhortation—is a starting point for a range of critical Read more…

Cracks in the door? Technology and the shifting topology of care – Christine Milligan Seminar Wednesday 4 May

Durham Geographies of Health and Wellbeing present: Cracks in the door? Technology and the shifting topology of care Prof Christine Milligan, Lancaster University A seminar on Wednesday 4th May, 2-4pm Room W010, Geography Department Chair: Prof Sarah Curtis Abstract: The rapid growth of new and emerging care technologies (NCTs) targeted Read more…