22nd Mar 2019 11:15am-2:30pm
Checkland Building, A501, Falmer Campus
Co-organised by Healthy Futures and the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories
Are you interested in how health, heritage and memory intersect in research and learning both across the academy and community? Are you aware of the resources available that might reveal something new about health, heritage and memory, or give rise to new questions? You might be keen to develop research and community projects, find out about funding opportunities and potential bid writing collaborations, or you might have information to share with others about your archive, resources or funding opportunities.
In recent years there has been increasingly acknowledgement of the important role that heritage, whether it's the built environment or a more expanded notion of cultural heritage, can play in terms of fostering a sense of 'belonging' and well-being that's related to identity and a shared memory of the past. Our hub will circle questions such as: What is the human experience of well-being? In what ways do memory and heritage have a role to play in the human experience of well-being? We are interested in gathering illustrations of heritage as a context to understand health and historical health care and in finding ways of examining the distinctions between health and well-being and how these are both linked to the concerns of cultural memory and heritage, here heritage can add to our understandings of health and well-being.
Come and find out more about the Health, Heritage and Memory Hub at this networking event that is intended for any individual, group or organisation from the across the public, community or academic spheres. We will begin with a programme of short five minute slots for participants to explain their research, teaching, training, resources and project ideas in order to recognise common pursuits and potential collaborations. There will be time to exchange ideas over lunch as well as finding out more about colleagues working on shared research themes and methodologies.
When you register you will be able to either book as an attendee only or to request a five minute slot as a speaker. You will also be able to book some exhibition space on a stall. We have already invited some speakers and as there is only a limited number of remaining slots available we will fill these on a first come first serve basis.
11:30 am Introduction by Deborah Madden. Chair: Hilary Morris.
11:45 Kathleen Galvin: Theoretical perspectives on well-being that may be of interest to heritage and memory.
11:55 Alice Caryer: Funding opportunities and University support.
12:10 Natalie Jones: Health and Memory: Cross-Disciplinary Opportunities in Gender and Reproduction
12:20 Esther Gill: The Unlocking Our Sound Heritage Project: exploring the use of sound collections for well-being.
12:30 Laura Hughes: Quality of life in dementia
12:40 Sara Clifford: An arts and creative learning project about the Spanish Flu in the aftermath of World War One In Brighton
12:50 Samantha Sharman: The Royal Sussex County Hospital: A People’s History from 1828
13:00 Strike a Light: Reminiscence, memory and health
13:10 Donna Goddard: Hidden from view - An oral history of the experiences of prison nurses working in English Prison settings between 1984 and the present day
13:20 Discussion and closing remarks chaired by Kathleen Galvin
13:40 to 14:30 Buffet lunch and networking
Image rights: The 18-seater pram, Park Royal Hospital, London, 1925. Wellcome Trust Collection.