Connections Forum

One of the main aims of the Research Group for Health, History and Culture is to provide a forum to enable interdisciplinary collaboration. On this page you having the opportunity to tell us about the connections you have already made as a result of being a member of the group, and also put a call out to connect with other … More Connections Forum

What does Health, History and Culture mean to you?

We are delighted to present our latest post in this series which shares the experience of researching mental illness in Welsh literature. It is also our first Welsh language post, and we welcome more contributions in Welsh. Non-Welsh speakers, please scroll down for a translation. Madison Keeping is currently a Masters through Research student in … More What does Health, History and Culture mean to you?

Postgraduate Enabling Workshop – 22 January 2016

Our first Postgraduate Enabling Workshop was a great success, and we are very lucky to introduce two of our fantastic PhD students who share their thoughts and impressions about the event. Sara Jones qualified as a nurse in 2009 and after working in A&E in London and Sydney, Australia she returned to Wales where she … More Postgraduate Enabling Workshop – 22 January 2016

Welcome to the Health, History and Culture Blog

The Research Group for Health, History and Culture was founded by Professor Anne Borsay and Professor David Turner in 2010 as a joint initiative between the College of Human and Health Sciences and the College of Arts and Humanities.  The Group brings together researchers who apply the concepts and/or methods of history, literature and the … More Welcome to the Health, History and Culture Blog