At this HCRI public event, we'll be joined by Maria Silvanete Lermen and Deybison Silva De Albuquerqe from the State of Pernambuco in Brazil. They are leaders of the two Afro-descendant grassroots associations: Chã da Terra (Maria) and Quilombo do Catucá (Deybison). Our guests will talk about the community-led response to the floods that..
Manchester University Geographical Society (MUGS) is 100 years old! To celebrate we are delighted to welcome you back to The University of Manchester. Our main events take place on Friday, 3 March 2023. TOURS OF GEOGRAPHY BUILDING: Our Geography building will be open from 3pm. You can don a lab coat and relive your Geography days in our labo..
H?CRI's Dr Stephanie Sodero will discuss her new book 'Under the Weather: Reimagining mobility in the climate crisis' T?his is a hybrid event (in-person and online). T?he exact location will be released nearer the time. Please register to confirm your place and receive updates. ABOUT THE BOOK: Humans and human mobility, including driving..
We are delighted to host an in-person Research Showcase on Monday 3rd April at the University of Manchester, to present the latest in ageing research. The event will begin with a complimentary lunch on the mezzanine level of the Henry Royce Institute, allowing ample time for networking opportunities. RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS The showcase will..
The conference, organised by the Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives invites participants to take up the challenge of thinking about everyday life in all of its diverse facets: senses, bodies, places, emotions and relationships. Keynote speakers Hollie McNish (poet and author) who has published five collections of poetry and memo..
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