AHRC show cases Keele research project

Share |
Posted on 17 June 2013

A Keele research project has been highlighted in a recent Arts and Humanities Research Council publication designed to showcase the importance of arts and humanities approaches to health and wellbeing research. The publication was launched at a parliamentary event organised by Research Councils UK and POST (Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology). The interdisciplinary collaborations initiated by the research network, 'Late Life Creativity and the New Old Age: Arts & Humanities and Gerontology in Critical Dialogue'  were described as 'pioneering' by Dr Pia Kontos, a research scientist from the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University of Toronto. The network was organised by Professor David Amigoni (English, RI Humanities), and Professor Gordon McMullan (English, King's College, London). Details of the parliamentary event and the publication can be accessed at: