Wellcome Centre for the Cultures and Environments of Health presents:

 WCCEH Launch: The Living Library with special guest Alice Oswald

A free event open to all

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free - please register
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Exeter Central Library - Castle Street, Exeter, EX4 3PQ

2nd February 2018 from 7pm to 9.30pm

Running time: 2.5 hours

The Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health (WCCEH) is a world-leading research centre dedicated to providing innovative approaches to enabling health and well-being across the life course.

Combining expertise from humanities and social sciences, together with natural, medical and environmental sciences, the Centre, which has recently opened at the University of Exeter,  will provide a unique opportunity to work together to address health challenges facing socially and culturally diverse populations.

As part of the launch of the Centre, you are invited to an evening of poetry reading, story-telling and scintillating conversation from Alice Oswald, Kei Miller and a 'living library', taking place at Exeter Central Library, Castle Street, Exeter.

The 'living library' will offer real people out on 'loan' to share their fascinating and moving personal stories about health and well-being, to answer your questions and listen to your thoughts.

This event is free and open to all.

Advance booking essential. Register for your place here.

 

Alice Oswald is an award-winning British poet living in Devon. Find out more about her here.

Kei Miller is an award-winning Jamaican poet, fiction writer, essayist and blogger. He is also Professor of creative writing at the University of Exeter.  Find out more about him here.