Disability and Industrial Society

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A collaborative project involving five UK universities looking at industrial injuries and diseases in three British coalfields between 1780 and 1948

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Description
A collaborative project involving five UK universities looking at industrial injuries and diseases in three British coalfields between 1780 and 1948
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-01-30 19:47
last episode published
2016-03-03 10:16
publication frequency
22.07 days
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Number of Episodes
28
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
3.03.2016 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Coalfield Literature Readings

All of the literature readings from our exhibition 'From Pithead to Sick Bed'. For transcripts and information, check out our website: http://www.dis-ind-soc.org.uk/en/literature-readings.htm
3.03.2016

Coalfield Literature Readings

All of the literature readings from our exhibition 'From Pithead to Sick Bed'. For transcripts and information, check out our website: http://www.dis-ind-soc.org.uk/en/literature-readings.htm
9.12.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Being Human Festival 2015 part II: Andrea Gordon (Guide Dogs Cymru) and audience discussion

Andrea Gordon of Guide Dogs Cymru and the audience discussion at our event for Being Human Festival 2015, 'Disability and Wellbeing: Past, Present and Future'. Recorded at Swansea University, 17 November 2015. Research on the so-called ‘disability par...
9.12.2015

Being Human Festival 2015 part II: Andrea Gordon (Guide Dogs Cymru) and audience discussion

Andrea Gordon of Guide Dogs Cymru and the audience discussion at our event for Being Human Festival 2015, 'Disability and Wellbeing: Past, Present and Future'. Recorded at Swansea University, 17 November 2015. Research on the so-called‘disability para...
1.12.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Being Human Festival 2015 part I: David Turner, Daniel Blackie and Alexandra Jones

David Turner, Daniel Blackie and Alexandra at our event for Being Human Festival 2015, 'Disability and Wellbeing: Past, Present and Future'. Recorded at Swansea University, 17 November 2015. Research on the so-called ‘disability paradox’ has shown tha...
1.12.2015

Being Human Festival 2015 part I: David Turner, Daniel Blackie and Alexandra Jones

David Turner, Daniel Blackie and Alexandra at our event for Being Human Festival 2015, 'Disability and Wellbeing: Past, Present and Future'. Recorded at Swansea University, 17 November 2015. Research on the so-called‘disability paradox’ has shown that...
14.09.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Exhibition podcasts: Mark Stone, SAFE/RNIB volunteer

In the final podcast to accompany our exhibition, Mark Stone of Swansea Access for Everyone (SAFE) and volunteer for RNIB Swansea, reviews our exhibition and talks about access to museums and exhibitions for blind and visually impaired people.
14.09.2015

Exhibition podcasts: Mark Stone, SAFE/RNIB volunteer

In the final podcast to accompany our exhibition, Mark Stone of Swansea Access for Everyone (SAFE) and volunteer for RNIB Swansea, reviews our exhibition and talks about access to museums and exhibitions for blind and visually impaired people.
19.08.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Exhibition podcasts: George Brinley Evans

Our second exhibition podcast features George Brinley Evans, writer and ex-miner. George walks through our exhibition with Mike Mantin and talks about the loss of his eye in the mine, working after the accident, life in a mining village and starting hi...
19.08.2015

Exhibition podcasts: George Brinley Evans

Our second exhibition podcast features George Brinley Evans, writer and ex-miner. George walks through our exhibition with Mike Mantin and talks about the loss of his eye in the mine, working after the accident, life in a mining village and starting hi...
5.08.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Exhibition podcasts: Kat Watkins, SAFE

In the first of a series of podcasts about our exhibition, 'From Pithead to Sick Bed', Kat Watkins from the disability group Swansea Access For Everyone (SAFE) tours the exhibition and talks about how disability history connects to her own experience a...
5.08.2015

Exhibition podcasts: Kat Watkins, SAFE

In the first of a series of podcasts about our exhibition, 'From Pithead to Sick Bed', Kat Watkins from the disability group Swansea Access For Everyone (SAFE) tours the exhibition and talks about how disability history connects to her own experience a...
22.08.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Disability History Festival: Daniel Blackie - 'Disability and the Industrial Revolution'

A recording of a public talk by Dr Daniel Blackie. Part of our Disability History Festival for the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea. It is often said that the Industrial Revolution is to blame for the discrimination and marginalisation ...
22.08.2014

Disability History Festival: Daniel Blackie - 'Disability and the Industrial Revolution'

A recording of a public talk by Dr Daniel Blackie. Part of our Disability History Festival for the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea. It is often said that the Industrial Revolution is to blame for the discrimination and marginalisation ...
22.08.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Disability History Festival: Mike Mantin - '‘Leisure, Play and Sport in Schools for Disabled and Deaf Children in the 19th and early 20th Centuries’

A recording of a public talk by Dr Mike Mantin. Part of our Disability History Festival for the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea. Although the popular image of Victorian and Edwardian special education was one of drab, indoor learning r...
22.08.2014

Disability History Festival: Mike Mantin - '‘Leisure, Play and Sport in Schools for Disabled and Deaf Children in the 19th and early 20th Centuries’

A recording of a public talk by Dr Mike Mantin. Part of our Disability History Festival for the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea. Although the popular image of Victorian and Edwardian special education was one of drab, indoor learning r...
22.08.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Disability History Festival: David Turner - ‘Admiration or Exploitation? Disabled People and Sporting Events before the Twentieth Century’.

A recording of a public talk by Dr David Turner. Part of our Disability History Festival for the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea. Although the modern Paralympic movement began after the Second World War, sporting events involving peopl...
22.08.2014

Disability History Festival: David Turner -‘Admiration or Exploitation? Disabled People and Sporting Events before the Twentieth Century’.

A recording of a public talk by Dr David Turner. Part of our Disability History Festival for the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea. Although the modern Paralympic movement began after the Second World War, sporting events involving peopl...
16.07.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Scottish Roadshow: Discussion panel

In the final recording from our Scottish roadshow, a panel discusses the realities of life in the coalfields for disabled people. Panelists were Nicky Wilson (General Secretary, NUM Scotland), Alex Bennett (NUM representative on Medical Appeals Tribuna...
16.07.2014

Scottish Roadshow: Discussion panel

In the final recording from our Scottish roadshow, a panel discusses the realities of life in the coalfields for disabled people. Panelists were Nicky Wilson (General Secretary, NUM Scotland), Alex Bennett (NUM representative on Medical Appeals Tribuna...
16.07.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Scottish Roadshow: Ewan McVicar and Rab Wilson

Ewan McVicar introduces the schools project and sings songs from the coalfields, including a new song written by the children (http://www.miningdisabilityscotland.com/). Also Rab Wilson reads from his poetry.
16.07.2014

Scottish Roadshow: Ewan McVicar and Rab Wilson

Ewan McVicar introduces the schools project and sings songs from the coalfields, including a new song written by the children (http://www.miningdisabilityscotland.com/). Also Rab Wilson reads from his poetry.
16.07.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Scottish Roadshow: Music from Travelling Folk

The Scottish band Travelling Folk sing traditional mining ballads.
16.07.2014

Scottish Roadshow: Music from Travelling Folk

The Scottish band Travelling Folk sing traditional mining ballads.
16.07.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Scottish Roadshow: Alex Rees: Joe Corrie's 'The Darkness'

Alex Rees discusses Joe Corrie's play 'The Darkness', about a miner blinded by an accident at work, with live readings from the play.
16.07.2014

Scottish Roadshow: Alex Rees: Joe Corrie's 'The Darkness'

Alex Rees discusses Joe Corrie's play 'The Darkness', about a miner blinded by an accident at work, with live readings from the play.
16.07.2014 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/65/46/7f/dis-ind-soc/1400x1400_9764605.jpg

Scottish Roadshow: Arthur McIvor and Iain Hutchison

Arthur McIvor introduces our Scottish roadshow and Iain Hutchison asks 'Why do we do disability history?'
16.07.2014

Scottish Roadshow: Arthur McIvor and Iain Hutchison

Arthur McIvor introduces our Scottish roadshow and Iain Hutchison asks 'Why do we do disability history?'