iHuman brings together social sciences & humanities with psychological & biological sciences to understand what it means to be human like never before. We are a diverse research community, valuing different knowledges with a disruptive and critical intellectual agenda, embracing serendipity and supporting development with enabling internal processes to create a well-resourced and inviting space for flourishing.
Reflections on learning disability and Covid-19 for Learning Disability Week
by Imogen Runswick-Cole
Thinking critically about co-production
On 24 June 2021, Dr Kirsty Liddiard and Living Life to the Fullest Co-Researchers Katy Evans and Sally Whitney will be giving a keynote talk at Critically Exploring Co-Production Approaches: A BSA Regional Postgraduate Forum.
The importance of community and humanity: Nomadland, ageing and place
A recent ESRC research project (PlaceAge) explored urban contexts of how ageing-in-place occurs. The theories and data drawn on provide rich food for thought in relation to Chloe Zhao’s Oscar winning empathic film, Nomadland.