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Queer Death Society zine

Queer Death Society zine

This mixed media creation is made up of creative and academic contributions from people around the world on the subjects ... Read More
Rachel Clarke keynote

Rachel Clarke keynote

On Friday June 23, we were delighted to have Dr Rachel Clarke as the first keynote speaker for Borrowed Time ... Read More
Join the BT Facebook Group

Join the BT Facebook Group

We have created a Facebook Group for Borrowed Time. If you want to join in on the conversation before (and ... Read More
Registration information

Registration information

Registrations are offered on the assumption that we will have a face2face meeting in November with some people attending remotely ... Read More
Programme planning

Programme planning

The call for proposals has now closed. We'd like to thank the more-than 200 of you who sent in a ... Read More
Autumn conversations

Autumn conversations

We are launching Borrowed Time with a series of online conversations relating to the themes of death and dying. Each ... Read More
On unpredictability

On unpredictability

A note on unpredictability We’re very grateful to all of you who sent us proposals for our initial deadline. We ... Read More
A postponement and a re-think

A postponement and a re-think

We’ve decided after much discussion to postpone Borrowed Time until November 2021. It’s becoming clearer every day that the measures ... Read More
If I Die Sooner Rather Than Later

If I Die Sooner Rather Than Later

Poet/writer/performer Em Strang has set up a new Facebook public group, If I Die Sooner Rather Than Later. It is ... Read More
Keynote: Caroline Hickman

Keynote: Caroline Hickman

Caroline Hickman is a psychotherapist who teaches at the University of Bath and is a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance (CPA) for ... Read More
Keynote: Paul Michael Henry

Keynote: Paul Michael Henry

Paul Michael Henry is a Scottish performance artist, dancer and musician. His work is informed by Butoh dance, punk rock ... Read More

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