Differing Bodyminds: Setting the Scene For Crip Studies in the Low Countries

Disability scholars Lisanne Meinen, Gert-Jan Vanaken and Tessa Vannieuwenhuyze describe the challenges that shaped Differing Bodyminds – Choreographing New Pathways, the first official event on crip theory in Flanders. Introducing

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On Reading Care in ‘Girl in White Cotton’

Sonakshi Srivastava explores the narrativisation of a caregiver's well-being in Tishani Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton (2020) Longlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize, Tishani Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton or

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Visiting the “Can robots care?” exhibition: report from the launch

Beata Gubacsi reflects on the “Can robots care?” exhibition launch, the first big event of the Imagining Posthuman Care project, bringing together medicine, technology, and popular culture through posthumanism, running

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Posthuman Care in More-Than-Human Worlds

Anna McFarlane reports from the hybrid Futures of Care Symposium that took place in mid-April at the Thackray Museum of Medicine, Leeds, discussing care tech, robots, and their relationship to

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