‘The Good Story? Arabella Kurtz in conversation with Angela Woods,’ Palace Green Library, 17 November 2016 from 5:30-7:30pm

‘The Good Story? Arabella Kurtz in conversation with Angela Woods: Exploring a narrative approach to trauma’ Wolfson Gallery, Palace Green Library 17 November 2016, 5:30-7:30 Why do we feel the need to transform our experiences into a more or less coherent story? Is life inherently narrative or is narrative rather a means for exploring, interpreting and understanding Read the full article…

‘Voice-hearing: What does the future hold?’ Palace Green Library, Durham, 5 Nov 2016 from 10am-4pm

‘Voice-hearing: What does the future hold?’ Wolfson Gallery, Palace Green Library 5 November 2016, 10am-4pm Hearing the Voice warmly welcomes you to a day-long event of short presentations, panel discussions and interactive sessions with academics, clinicians and experts by experience exploring future directions in voice-hearing research, the treatment of distressing voices, mental health services, public Read the full article…

Time and Temporality Network (Workshop, Warwick, 13th June 2014)

We are pleased to announce the second meeting of the Time and Temporality Network, a one-day workshop focusing on temporality in relation to medicine and what might be called disordered or atypical experiences of the body and mind. ​ The workshop will take place at the University of Warwick on Friday 13th June 2014. Speakers Read the full article…

Call For Participants: ‘Critical Medical Humanities’, Durham University (4 & 5 November 2013)

Organisers:  Felicity Callard, Will Viney, Angela Woods (Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham University) To mark the conclusion of Durham University’s Centre for Medical Humanities’ Wellcome Trust Strategic Award, we are hosting an intense, future-orientated and interdisciplinary symposium. We invite 50 applicants to join us at Durham University for a special, two-day event, ‘Critical Medical Humanities’, a Read the full article…

‘Exhaustion’ (CfP – University of Kent, Friday, 25 October 2013)

Subscribers to this site might remember Anna Katharina Schaffner‘s fantastic guest-post  on the cultural history of exhaustion. It turned out to be one of the most frequently read pieces we have published this year. And so it’s great to see that Anna is now planning a one-day conference on the same topic, supported by the Read the full article…