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Be Happy!

Amour de soi (French, n.): lit. ‘love of oneself’; self-esteem that is not contingent on others’ judgement.

Asabiyyah (عصبية) (Arabic, n.): togetherness, community spirit.

Cafune (Portuguese, n.): the act/gesture of tenderly running one’s fingers through a loved one’s hair. 264 more words

Wellness

Affect and Social Media Symposium#2 Programme

Affect and Social Media Symposium#2 Programme

23rd March 2016 at the University of East London, Docklands Campus

Register here: https://www.uel.ac.uk/Events/2016/3/Affect-and-Social-Media-Symposium-2

9.50am in EBG: 06

Introduction to Social Media and Affect… 7,907 more words

Affect and Social Media Programme due tomorrow!

Spent most of today finalizing the Affect and Social Media#2 Programme. Looks really exciting. Very nice cross-disciplinary and international cast of speakers. Panels on emotional experiences, new materialisms, anxiety and panic, affective circuits, geographies and contagion… Looking forward to 23rd March in East London. 17 more words

Antagonism.

Antagonism to me is in the form of a needle.
Unsure of how it started or how it has now got to the point of extremism, where I do not seek medical treatment if needles are involved. 171 more words

Fashion

University of East London

In the university of East London’s photography BA (Hons) you will learn how to take the best pictures with in both studios and on location shoots as well as delving into the history of the art whilst researching photographic practice. 117 more words

Universities

UEL Conference: 'Scholarship and the Social Sciences in a Global Era'

‘Scholarship and the Social Sciences in a Global Era’

Conference

to Celebrate the Launch of the UEL School of Social Sciences

Monday 9th November 2015…

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Events

Do donor conceived adults feel differently about their identity once they have children of their own?

The question in the title of this piece is the one posed in research to be carried out this autumn by Rebecca Perna a counselling psychology doctoral student at the University of East London in the UK.   231 more words