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91% of 18-34 year olds using social media are talking about brands.
Book Review of "Plague and the City" eds. L. Engelmann, J. Henderson & C. Lynteris "This thought-provoking book reminds us that future historians will have to confront the biopolitics and the visual representation of city life in the time of Covid19" https://t.co/kqbDzOXrzD https://t.co/gCZO2KlNyN
University HistoryArchives internships - exciting opportunities for 6 students to work on six-month paid internships on a range of projects linked to slavery, student records and histories of diverse student communities NOT TIGHT DEADLINE!! @EdinburghUni https://t.co/rTxMHqlfA3
💊💊💊💊Join us for an online seminar on the "Social Lives of Poly-Pharmacy" 💊💊💊💊 w/ @stefanecks , @RittiSoncco, @lau_sofie, @ninafudge & Deborah Swinglehurst (@QMUL). 17 June 2021, 14-16.35 (UK time), 15-17.35 (CET) Register here: https://t.co/9riiqBASEy https://t.co/UHYsyyEa5u
“As we rightly celebrate a return to normal, it should be remembered that, for disabled people, “normal” too often means being excluded from everyday life.” >> My new col. on how easing lockdown is worsening access for disabled people. https://t.co/skNJM9UMuE
In There is no Constant @RoslynMalcolm focuses on a hormonal understanding of #autism to show how notions of hormonal “balance” & proportionality provide a means of comprehending simultaneities of behavioral, diagnostic & material fixity/flow in autism. https://t.co/zQkSj9sWXm
Using the power of art and theatre, @loriDel19013471 will be exploring how breast cancer diagnosis can affect your life, in discussion with @clairecollison1, @EmilyUnderwoodL and @saramacdonald13. It will make you think about cancer in a new light. https://t.co/9Oyh4l4op0
Great workshop this AM, bringing together #socsci ECR bursary recipients from our @ESRC Japan/UK work on 'Biomedicine and Beyond' - thanks so much to Sofia Bowen Silva, @ShimizuH9, @RoslynMalcolm and Daiki Ayuha who are all doing fabulous research!
Where do neurodiversity supporters and critics, and autistic people, our relatives, practitioners, researchers agree and disagree on supporting or treating autistic people? Survey I assisted led by autistic @PatrickDAutist autism researcher: https://t.co/vOtsJlE8kb Please RT 🙏
MH conditions can co-occur with being neurodivergent, some are a consequence of navigating a neurotypical world. Neurodivergent people are more likely to experience anxiety, depression, OCD & PTSD. A neurodivergent condition can seem to disguise a MH condition, and vice versa.
This interactive workshop gives each of us permission and opportunity to explore our own experience with a variety of sensory based stimming and play. It will focus on curiosity, exploration, and reflection. REGISTER NOW and join @lilririah https://t.co/GNJRIeKcBp https://t.co/V3joIyGUPs
This autism sensory conference has a lot of great presenters like @lilririah, @milton_damian, @shannonrosa, and @DrAmyPearson. I will be presenting too. It teaches about accepting stimming and appreciate and support autistic people with sensory processing. Virtual but live Q&A :) https://t.co/TNZa6BS7NS