Being Human: Coming to Our Senses

Macmillan Hall University of London, Senate House, Malet Street, London, United Kingdom

The experience of daily life is shaped by our senses and yet there is still so much we don’t know about them. Discover senses you didn't know you had and learn what they do. Find out what it's like to live with sensory loss and what can be done to overcome it. The team from […]

Being Human – Bacchus to Brexit: a European wine tour

Middlesex University Rickett Quadrangle, The Burroughs, London, United Kingdom

Bacchus to Brexit’ is a chance to drink and think and learn about our European neighbours through their wine and culture. This ‘walk-around’ tasting takes you on a tour of Europe’s top wine producing nations – and their top thinkers – through an immersive sensorium. Along the way you will collate your experience through both […]


Causing a Flap!

Woburn Suite, Senate House London WC1E Woburn Suite, Senate House, London, United Kingdom

The initial media reaction to our AHRC-funded research was scathing: we “caused a flap”. Yet our work on the 'Cultural and Scientific Perceptions of Human-Chicken Interactions' and our GCRF 'Going Places' projects has demonstrated that chickens are fundamentally important, in differing ways, for diverse segments of society.
This final free event integrates the results of all our research to reveal the economic, social and cultural impact of chickens through time and space. What do these results mean for the future of human-animal-environmental well-being? Come find out!