Bio-Lit Talks is an interdisciplinary collaboration exploring biological research from the perspectives of the Arts, Sciences and Humanities. In this series, we are discussing the gut and how it impacts our lives. We’ll examine our inner ecosystem and its significance to our behaviour, nutrition, food culture, and society. Bringing together local and international scientists, artists, and literary academics – join us as we explore ourselves at our core!
The events are taking place at the Advanced Research Centre (ARC) on the University of Glasgow main campus.
Online attendance via Zoom is also possible.
Attendance is free; refreshments and a networking session are included.
To register, please visit Eventbrite.
Wednesday, 2 November 2022, 4-6 PM (GMT) – Inner Ecosystems: entanglements of the gut microbiome across Science, Literature, and Art
Wednesday, 9 November 2022, 6-8 PM (GMT) – Embodied Experience: gut-brain connections in Neuroscience, History, and Dance
Wednesday, 23 November 2022, 6-8 PM (GMT) – More than a Meal: exploring the culture behind food production and consumption
Thursday, 1 December 2022, 6-8 PM (GMT) – Nutrition Past and Present: the relationship between diet and health from the nineteenth-century to today