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  • Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities Internship

    Jasmine Wood has recently completed her SGSAH internship with Stand Easy Productions. Stand Easy uses theatre and theatre skills as a means of assisting the process of recovery for wounded, injured and sick military personnel (WIS), both serving and veteran. Jasmine will complete her PhD this year which analyses the impact of disability on the intimate and familial relationships of British troops in the first half of the twentieth-century.
  • 'Eating On The Go: Cultures of Consumption and the Railway in Britain, 1880-1948'

    Chloe Shields joined the Centre after successfully applying for the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership project with the above title. Dr Elsa Richardson will be her first supervisor in partnership with the National Railway Museum.
  • Troubling Sport: Health and Sport in Historical and Contemporary Perspective

    Matt Smith, along with colleagues in Brighton and UClan, was successful in a Small Award application to run three conferences on sport and health: Troubling Sport: Health and Sport in Historical and Contemporary Perspective.

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