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

HART at Social Science Research Showcase

HART researchers, Ms Rachel Williams and Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, alongside Dr Alkisti Olympiou from the MTOUGH research group, were recently involved in the University’s Social Science Research Showcase event in early July.  Rachel presented her doctoral research on Physical activity, Continue reading HART at Social Science Research Showcase

Research on Health Trainers

HART is undertaking a research project on Health Trainers (HTs), funded by the University’s Research Infrastructure Fund. The research commenced in 2014, with an interdisciplinary team comprising: Mr Geoff Middleton (project coordinator), Ms. Rachel Williams (PhD student), Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson (PI), Dr Lee Continue reading Research on Health Trainers