- CFP: Discourses and Lived Meanings of Parenting: Exploring Gender and Diversity in Social Expectations on Parenthood
- Department Seminar – From Global Health to Planetary Health: What Future Governance for Health of People and Planet?
- MEMORY / HABIT / ADDICTION – a workshop organized by the Neuroscience and Society Network
Tag Archives: Nikolas Rose
April 25th 4 pm Seminar “The Urban Brain: living in the neurosocial city” with Professor Nikolas Rose
When: April 25th, 2018 16:00 – 17:30 Where: STRAND BLDG S0.12, King’s College London Strand Campus Nikolas Rose is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Kings College London which he founded in 2012. He … Continue reading
The event ‘London Leads: the Capital Challenges, King’s responds’ explored the breadth and depth of King’s expertise on London. It highlighted the potential for greater collaboration between academics and policy makers in addressing these challenges.
POSTPONED: GHSM Seminar Wednesday 6 December with Prof. Nikolas Rose and Prof. Tony Bennett: “Habit, the (in)attentive body and the governance of conduct”
*Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, this seminar has been postponed.* When: Wednesday 6th December from 13:00-15.00 Where:Room K0.20, King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London This seminar engages with the increasing attention to the notion of ‘habit’ in the social science literature (see below) and … Continue reading
New book edited by Tara Mahfoud, Sam McLean and Nikolas Rose “Vital Models”: The Making and Use of Models in the Brain Sciences
The use of models has been important to the historical and contemporary study of the human brain, yet very little study by social scientists and humanities scholars has been dedicated to how the brain sciences develop and use models to … Continue reading
Hear Professor Nik Rose discussing how urbanisation is affecting our mental health on new ‘Policy Forum Pod’
Do you live in a city? If so, you share something in common with over the half the world’s population. In fact, the United Nations predicts that two-thirds of the world will live in cities by 2050. Policymakers have begun … Continue reading