Living with AI podcast focused on Equality
Lauren White talks about the interdisciplinary project entitled 'Reimagining TAS with Disabled Young People'
iHuman builds its links with Chilean researchers
Constanza López Radrigán joins the Marginalised Human theme and Critical Disability Studies community to share research and scholarship
Promoting Anti-Racist & Anti-Disablist Research Cultures Symposium
On the 12th of July 2023, Antonios Ktenidis (Lead of the Identity and Marginalised Communities Research Cluster) and Alex Mason (Project Manager for the Centre for Equity and Inclusion) organised and hosted the ‘Promoting Anti-Racist & Anti-Disablist
Towards joyful ways of learning
What is it about joy? What does it mean? Is it frivolous or juvenile to sit with joy, to seek it, to crave it, to feel it? What does it mean to ‘find’ it?
A breath of fresh air: Cripping research contexts
In this post, iHuman and School of Education researcher Kirsty Liddiard discusses a new Wellcome Discovery Award project that begins at the university in January 2024.
Why do governments not follow their own ethical advice in times of crisis?
Ethics and Expertise Beyond Times of Crisis: Learning from international varieties of ethics advice
iHuman leads new work on cultural modelling of climate change on social media
Just Futures: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Cultural Climate Models
Exploring and embedding PGR experiences of participatory research in TUoS research cultures
A new project building on the innovative work of the PRN @TUOS
Disability Studies in Singapore
iHuman colleagues are working alongside advocates and academics in Singapore