Due to the disruptions around Covid-19, some of our upcoming events have been postponed until the Autumn Term. The series continues to evolve, and of course has a whole new level of relevance, and we are keen to share with you further later in the summer. In the meanwhile though take care of yourselves and loved ones and the best of luck and wishes through these challenging times.

'From Small Beginnings...' - Bloomsbury

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A cross-institutional and inter-disciplinary series of presentations and workshops exploring the history and continuing influences of the development of eugenics.


The location of this series of events being focused around Bloomsbury emphasises the historic role of the University of London, in the development and promotion of eugenics and in ongoing discussions of how we address this legacy today. The series will explore the interaction of disability with religion, social class, race, gender, sexual orientation, etc., highlighting reflections and lessons for us all. Current social, political and scientific developments make consideration of and education around these themes more urgent than ever. Recognition of the origins of some extreme practices of eugenics in subtle shifts of emphasis and interpretation gives the series its title and warning.

Current or Upcoming Events...

 

What does Aktion T4 teach us about Equality today? 

Reflections by Lord Shinkwin and Olivia Marks-Woldman

 

 

22nd October, 1-2.30pm, Birkbeck College

Tickets now open!

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BRICKS + MORTALS

Walking Tour Podcast of UCL's Eugenic Past

Subhadra Das (UCL Cultures)

All Year Round

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Visualising Nurture vs Nature:

Sarah Wise on Charles Booth's Maps

24th September, 6.30-8pm, Education Room, LSE Library

LSE Library

Tickets now open!

Series endorsed by...

NADSN London Hub

UoLDOG (University of London Disability Officers Group)

Birkbeck College, University of London

Contact:

Benedict Ipgrave (Programme Curator)

Benedict.ipgrave.18@ucl.ac.uk