Copenhagen Centre for Health Research in the Humanities (CoRe) at the University of Copenhagen studies the culture-analytical and historical aspects of health-related issues. The group consists of interdisciplinary researchers who work on a variety of projects that focus on lifestyle and interventions, ageing and the life course, as well as food, diet and eating. 


  • A visit from Malmö and Colorado University

    Tuesday May 14th, CoRe had the pleasure of hosting a research seminar on health and physical activity in collaboration with teachers and students from the Department of Human Physiology and Kinesiology, Colorado College and the Department of Sport Science, Malmö University. »
  • Medical Humanities

    The program focuses on the frontiers of humanities-driven health research, the impact of humanities on health science and health sector practices, and finally on future pathways for expanding the contribution of humanities health research in a Danish context. »
  • Listen to Professor Stanley Ulijaszek present his research on models in obesity

    If you could not reach the seminar The Home, the Care, the Model: Medical Anthropologies or would like to hear it again, you can hear one of the visiting researchers from the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) at Institute of Social & Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford present his resent work in this news.


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