The Governance of Health: Medical, Economic and Managerial Expertise in Britain Since 1948
Understanding the evolving levels of authority held by different types of expert advisers, and the consequences for health policy in Britain since 1948
Life and Limb: the Toll of the American Civil War
This exhibition explored the early development of artificial limbs, battlefield surgery and medicine, and the trauma and effects of war on soldiers and civilians alike.
The Lyceum Project
The Lyceum Project is an original programme of philosophical research on teaching and learning managed by the Department of Philosophy.
Cinema, Memory and Wellbeing
This project uses film to promote wellbeing among the elderly via the stimulation of memory.
The Reader Organisation
This study outlines the nationwide impacts of a community reading programme, ‘Get into Reading'.
Being Human Festival 2017
What does it mean to be human? Why does our perception of what human ‘is’ actually matter?
Literature and Science Hub
A centre for research, teaching and public debate about the relationships between those two traditionally opposed spheres of knowledge, the arts and the sciences.