High-altitude Mountaineering Multi-disciplinary Research

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In recent years, members of MTOUGH and HART have been working in an exciting research collaboration in a multi-disciplinary and phenomenologically-oriented series of research projects on high-altitude mountaineering, involving in-depth interviews with élite mountaineers across the globe. From a sport Continue reading High-altitude Mountaineering Multi-disciplinary Research

Visiting researcher, Dr Noora Ronkainen

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We were delighted to welcome Dr Noora Ronkainen, one of our HART associate members, for a research visit to the University in January. Noora is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at Liverpool John Moores University, in the School of Continue reading Visiting researcher, Dr Noora Ronkainen

Physical activity & ageing in ex-Servicemen

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Dr Rachel Williams, a former PhD student in HART and now one of our Associate Members, has recently had one of her articles from the doctoral study published in Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health*.  Rachel’s qualitative research explored Continue reading Physical activity & ageing in ex-Servicemen

‘Weather-wisdom’ in physical cultures

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A multi-institutional team of researchers, led by HART’s Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, is undertaking a sociological research project on the lived experience of weather and the senses, and including ‘weather work’ and ‘temperature’ work in a range of different sports and Continue reading ‘Weather-wisdom’ in physical cultures

Doctoral success and awards

Doctoral success and awards

It has been a busy and celebratory time for HART members, Dr Hannah Henderson (School of Sport & Exercise Science), Dr Patricia Jackman (School of Sport & Exercise Science and also MTOUGH research group), and Dr Rachel Williams (Bradford Institute Continue reading Doctoral success and awards