Collaboration, Cooperation and Conversations: The Inaugural Congress of the NNMHR (blog post by Natalie Mullen, Lancaster University)

Natalie Mullen is a PhD candidate based at Lancaster University. Her research is funded by the AHRC and examines patient agency in the nineteenth-century asylum. The Inaugural Congress of the NNMHR (#NNMHR17) fell in the final weeks of the second year of my PhD. I had just finished working on a chapter focussed on how Read the full article…

Enthralling Interdisciplinarity at the Inaugural Congress of the NNMHR (blog post by Diana Beljaars, Cardiff University)

Diana Beljaars is PhD Researcher at the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University, and her project situates on the intersection of human geography, medical humanities, health and disability geography, and the medical and clinical sciences of Tourette syndrome. Arriving in a beautiful late summer Durham, I made my way to Van Mildert College Read the full article…

Marketplace and Open Space: ‘A Box of Tricks’ at the Inaugural Congress of the NNMHR (Blog post by Ute Oswald, University of Warwick)

Ute Oswald is doing a PhD in the History of Medicine at the University of Warwick, having already completed an MA at Hamburg University in Classical Archaeology and Italian and an MSt at Oxford University in Literature and Arts. I was fortunate enough to attend the Inaugural Congress of the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research Read the full article…

Interconnections and Interactions at the NNMHR Inaugural Congress (Blog post by Caitlin Stobie, University of Leeds)

Caitlin Stobie is a PhD candidate at the University of Leeds working on representations of abortion, embodiment, and agency in southern African fiction. She is a research intern on the AHRC-funded research network “The Risks of Childbirth in Historical Perspective” and co-director of the Leeds Animal Studies Network. On Thursday 14 September, 2017, I travelled Read the full article…

Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research Inaugural Congress

    The Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research (NNMHR) and Durham Centre for Medical Humanities are delighted to welcome presenters and delegates to the Inaugural NNMHR Congress, Thursday 14 and Friday 15 September 2017. The logic of the Congress is simple: it is an opportunity for people who are passionate or even simply curious Read the full article…

Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research (Workshop, University of Sheffield, 10th June 2015)

We are pleased to announce the draft schedule for the next Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research workshops. This workshop will be held at the University of Sheffield on Wednesday 10th June 2015 at Jessop West Exhibition Space. As always, the day promises a very exciting selection of panels and speakers and all members of Read the full article…

Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research workshops (Cfp, NNMHR University of Newcastle and Northumbria, 16 Jan 2015)

Following on from a fantastic session in Liverpool last month, we are pleased to announce that the preliminary schedule for the next in the series of Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research workshops has just been released. This workshop will take place on Friday 16th January 2015 at the University of Newcastle, and will be Read the full article…

Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research – Liverpool (Workshop 21 November 2014)

Friday 21st November 2014, 10.30 – 5pm The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool Registration Open: Please email Harriet Ryder to register. The University of Liverpool’s Centre for Health, Arts and Science (CHARTS) is hosting the second in the series of Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research workshops.  We are delighted that this workshop is being held in collaboration with Read the full article…