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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 16, 2018

What next for neurodiversity?

The British Dyslexia Association hosted a conference “Neuodiversity and Learning Differences”.  A range of speakers…
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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 16, 2018

Making Climate Social

iHumaner Warren Pearce took his Making Climate Social project to the University of East Anglia…
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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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September 17, 2018

Livingtothefullest.org at Lancaster Disability Conference

  iHumaners Kirsty Liddiard, Katherine Runswick-Cole and Dan Goodley attended the 9th Disability Conference at…
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August 30, 2018

iHuman Doctoral Researchers Establish Networks in Toronto, Canada

iHuman doctoral researchers in the School of Education, Lindsay Miller and Michael Miller, whose work…
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August 8, 2018

Living Life to the Fullest

Living Life to the Fullest, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, focuses on the lives…
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