Research on high-altitude mountaineers and endurance  

HART Director, Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and MTOUGH Director, Dr Lee Crust, together with Dr Christian Swann of the University of Wollongong, Australia have been undertaking a phenomenological research project on the lived experience of high altitude mountaineering. Particular themes that Continue reading Research on high-altitude mountaineers and endurance  

Doctoral success: Dr Hannah Henderson

Our warmest congratulations to HART’s Dr Hannah Henderson, who successfully defended her doctoral thesis recently.  Hannah is Senior Lecturer in Health and Exercise science in the School of Sport & Exercise Science, and her thesis was a process sociological study Continue reading Doctoral success: Dr Hannah Henderson

Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference, Hiroshima

HART members and associate members have produced a virtual lightning talk based on a current research project on ‘lived heat’ and thermoception in various physical cultures. The talk will play at the Twelfth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, International Continue reading Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference, Hiroshima

HART Professor’s Inaugural Lecture

Professor Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, Professor in Sociology & Physical Culture and Director of HART in the School of Sport & Exercise Science gave her professorial inaugural lecture on 3 May, after being awarded a chair at Lincoln in Summer 2016.  Her Continue reading HART Professor’s Inaugural Lecture

Research on Local Healthy Food

Over the last fifteen years or so there has been a huge growth in interest in local food in cities and towns throughout the western world.  A 12-month HART research project on ‘Local Food in Lincolnshire: improving access to healthy, affordable Continue reading Research on Local Healthy Food