Illness Narratives, Networked Subjects, and Intimate Publics (CfP, deadline 30 November 2016)

You are invited to submit essays to a a peer-reviewed, themed section of Catalyst on the topic of ‘Illness Narratives, Networked Subjects, and Intimate Publics,’ edited by Tamara Kneese and Beza Merid Illness, injury, dying, and death have been recent sites of scholarly investigation in fields like feminist critical theory, STS, and medical anthropology (Braidotti Read the full article…

Symposium – Making a Scene: Networks of Intimacy, London, 19th July 2013

I’ll be speaking at this afternoon-long symposium at The Institute of Psychoanalysis about why twins are often taken to represent particularly intimate relationships. We see this in classical myth, in the figures of the Dioscuri or ‘Heavenly Twins’, in studies which attempt to evidence inter-uterine sociality of twins, or this recent survey, conducted by the Read the full article…

Making a Scene: Networks of Intimacy (CFP, Symposium, London 19 July 2013)

Making a Scene: Networks of Intimacy A half-day afternoon symposium to meet, discuss your own research and make connections with others interested in intimacy, its practices, representation and theorisation. This event aims to be cross-disciplinary, informal, and centred around the potential to foster collaborations and knowledge-sharing across different fields, disciplines and institutions. Scenes of Intimacy This Read the full article…

The Art of Medicine

CMH staff have been regular contributors to an occasional series of essays in The Lancet on ‘the art of medicine’.    November 2010 sees the publication of an essay jointly authored by the Centre’s directors which reflects upon the idea of ‘intimacy’ in relation to clinical practice.   This essay makes use of Corinne  Saunders’ expertise in Read the full article…