The aim of this conference is to provide a space for discussion, debate, research, theory and networking among international scholars.
The programme includes 68 talks in parallel sessions and two keynote talks over the course of two days.
The conference builds on two previous conferences with the same name held in Canada in August 2014 and in Northern Ireland in July 2016.
The Health and Well-being research group at Victoria University of Wellington welcomes submissions to its flash fiction contest 'Tell me where it hurts'.
Lumie and The SAD Lightbox Company are joining forces to host a SAD Equinox Seminar with SAD guru Dr Norman Rosenthal in London.
The BPS History of Psychology Centre has arranged the 2017 ‘Stories of Psychology’ symposium for Thursday, 19 October at Senate House, University of London.
Sociological and anthropological perspectives, to date, have provided critical theoretical insights into end of life care practices.
Stigma, Health, and Inequality: A Two-Day Workshop 11–12 January 2018, Cardiff University Organised by Gareth Thomas (Cardiff University) and Kayleigh Garthwaite (Newcastle University) Funded…
Narrative Matters is a bi-annual conference on the study of narrative, which brings together scholars from different disciplines.
The festival is a friendly and accessible educational alternative to an academic conference with public participation at its heart.