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Wellbeing and Corporate Wellness under Neoliberalism

a painting of two women in sportswear in a yoga pose. By Benjamin Senior, 2013.

Interdepartmental research seminar day

G14 Bowdidge Seminar Room

Henley Business School

Thursday January 26th 10:00-16:00 

Chad McCail (artist)

Dr. Veronique Chance (artist) – Anglia Ruskin University

Julika Gittner (artist) – Reading University

Prof. Mark Learmonth – Durham University

Prof. Lucy Newton – Reading University

Dr. Chris Till – Leeds Beckett University

Dr Simon Willems will be hosting an interdepartmental seminar day on Thursday January 26th in G14 Bowdidge Seminar Room, Henley Business School, as part of his postdoctoral research. The event will take place from 10:00-16:00 and will draw on Dr Willems’ research into how artists critique wellbeing and wellness initiatives in organisations under neoliberalism. The day includes presentations by both internally and externally invited speakers. These include Dr Christopher Till (Leeds Beckett University); Julika Gittner (PhD University of Reading); Prof Mark Learmonth (Emeritus Professor Durham University); Chad McCail (artist); Prof Lucy Newton (Henley Business School UoR); Dr Veronique Chance (Anglia Ruskin University).

Dr Simon Willems is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow based between Reading School of Art and Henley Business School.

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Date:
26 January
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Website:
https://artreading.org/2022/12/09/wellbeing-and-corporate-wellness-under-neoliberalism/

Venue

Henley Business School, Room G14
United Kingdom