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November 20, 2018

Exploring Multiple Childhoods Workshop: Linkoping, Sweden

 This year marks the 30th birthday of Tema Barn (Childhood Studies) at the University of…
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November 13, 2018

Imagining different futures with disabled young people

Imagine no one ever asking what your hopes, dreams, ambitions and fears are? Imagine being…
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November 6, 2018

Disability & Possibility – Crook Fellowships 2018-19

Crook Fellows and academic partners explore project ideas on disability-as-possibility
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October 10, 2018

Exchanging Knowledge through Creative Practice: What do disability arts and culture mean to you?

Kirsty Liddiard reflects on a recent collaborative Knowledge Exchange exploring the question: What do disability…
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October 10, 2018

Internationalising iHuman: Why research collaborations are key in the age of Brexit

Dan Goodley is a Co-Director of iHuman at The University of Sheffield and a Visiting Professor at…
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May 29, 2018

Deaf service cuts: a stark reminder of deaf education’s troubled history

This article was written by Esme Cleall, Senior Lecturer in the History of the British…
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December 20, 2017

Improper children and tall orders: the use of apps and games in heritage language families

This blog was written by Dan Goodley, Co-Director of iHuman and Professor of Disability Studies and…
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October 5, 2017

iHuman in Chicago

iHuman’s Critical disability studies research was showcased through a number of activities. Dan Goodley gave…
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September 13, 2017

iHuman researcher teams up with Touretteshero team

An iHuman researcher will work with the duo behind the world’s first Tourette's superhero as…
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September 4, 2017

Thinking With Our Chemical Stories

In July 2017, iHuman Research Fellow Kirsty Liddiard travelled to Ryerson University’s ReLab in Toronto,…
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