Loss, change and adaptation: users’ experiences of the US opioid epidemic

Sarah Mars (University  of California, San Francisco) Bio:  Dr Sarah Mars is Qualitative Project Director of the Heroin in Transition study at the University of California San Francisco and Visiting Research Fellow at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.  She studied history at Cambridge University and undertook research for her PhD at London School […]

Rethinking Disruptive Sex between the 19th and 21st Century

Monday 15th April 2019 – Tuesday 16th April 2019 London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London This interdisciplinary symposium will bring together work on the history of childhood, medicine, gender, emotion, sex, and sexuality to question what it is that has given some sex disruptive or normative power from the 19th to […]

Seminar – Politics Under the Influence. Vodka and Public Policy in Putin’s Russia

Anna Bailey Bio:  Dr Anna L. Bailey completed an MRes in East European Studies at SSEES-UCL in 2009, before continuing to doctoral study at SSEES-UCL, where she was supervised by Professor Alena Ledeneva. She was awarded a PhD in Political Science in 2015. Her doctoral research findings form the basis of her book Politics Under […]