Category Archives: Bioeconomy

Exciting News: We are changing name! To ‘Department of Global Health & Social Medicine’

We are excited to announce our Department is changing its name: as from 1st August 2016, we are changing our name to Department of Global Health & Social Medicine. Why? We think this new name provides a better reflection of our … Continue reading

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SSHM Seminar with Prof Luis Duran April 13th 12 pm: “Social Justice in the Health Care System in Mexico”

We are delighted to announce  our upcoming SSHM Seminar Series event. Please save the date for Dr. Luis Duran (Director, Centre for Mexican Studies UNAM/King’s College London). “Social Justice in the Health Care System in Mexico” When: Wednesday 13th April from … Continue reading

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Register now to attend Prof Bronwyn Parry’s Inaugural Lecture March 22d: “Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai”

We are delighted to announce Professor Bronwyn Parry’s forthcoming inaugural lecture titled “Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai….”. When Tuesday 22 March 2016, 18.30 Where: Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, King’s Building, Strand Campus Abstract In this lecture … Continue reading

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Call for papers: “After Biopolitics” November 12 – 15, 2015 Center for Critical and Cultural Theory Rice University

The Center for Critical and Cultural Theory at Rice University will be hosting the 29th Annual (SLSA) Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Conference. When: November 12-15, 2015 Where: BioScience Research Collaborative, at the Houston Medical Center  and Rice University. Over the past … Continue reading

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Mayumi Hayashi takes part in BBC Radio 4 ‘Analysis’ Programme on Caring in the New Old Age

In this edition of BBC Radio 4 Analysis on ‘Caring in the Old Age‘, the increasing challenge of how we look after our ageing population was explored. Insights into different practices in different cultures ranged from America to Japan. Mayumi … Continue reading

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