Events

Curating the Medical Humanities: a one-day workshop at Birkbeck, University of London (13 September 2018)

Thursday 13th September, 9.30am – 6pm Curating the Medical Humanities considers some of the key ethical, intellectual and practical challenges involved in curating medical humanities exhibitions, particularly in relation to questions of audience, accessibility, participation and public engagement. The workshop developed out of the organisers’ experiences curating the exhibition Mr A Moves in Read more…

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Participation

Call for Participants: Arts and Health archives research workshop (6 August 2018)

Wellcome Collection 10.30am – 4.30pm, Monday 6th August (other dates may be added) Wellcome Collection invites early career researchers to participate in a workshop exploring recently catalogued archives and materials relating to arts and health. The archives Centred around the archives of Arts for Health, an organisation based at Manchester Read more…

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Workshops

“Qui a peur des humanités médicales ?”/ “Who’s afraid of medical humanities?” (Workshop, Paris, 18 June 2018)

Le projet Paré at Sorbonne University is organising a one-day workshop on June 18th 2018, with talks in both English and French. Speakers include Angela Woods (Durham University) : “Collaboration in the Critical Medical Humanities”, Hervé Chneiweiss (CNRS, président du comité d’éthique de l’INSERM): “L’éthique à l’ère de la médecine génomique” and Laurens de Read more…

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PGR/ECR Network

CMH Postgraduate and ECR Network discussion group: Everyday Possibilities (Durham, 14 March 2018)

CMH Seminar Series – Embodied Symptoms | Thinking, Feeling, Imagining | Neurosocial Explorations | Everyday Possibilities The next meeting of the CMH PG and ECR Medical Humanities Network will take as its theme Everyday Possibilities within the medical humanities and related disciplines. The meeting will take place in The Williams Read more…

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Workshops

Illness and Language (Chaplaincy workshop, Oxford, 21 March 2018)

“Illness and Language”* is a knowledge exchange event funded by Wellcome, designed to promote dialogue between multi-faith chaplains working at Oxford University Hospitals and academics interested in religious themes within medical humanities.   Programme 9-9:40 Professor Jane Macnaughton ‘Listening to what is not said: intersubjective relations in the clinical consultation’ Read more…

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Arts in Health

‘Flash’ Creative Writing & Pain Experience (Workshop, Manchester, Saturday 24 February 2018)

Are you an adult interested in Creative Writing? Do you have personal experience of chronic or persistent pain, either past or present? At this workshop, participants will have a chance to experiment with writing short creative fragments describing or imagining pain experience and/or other aspects of experience when living with Read more…

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Centre for Medical Humanities