Fragile Subjects: Childhood in Literature, Arts and Medicine (CfP, Conference, Finland, August 2015)

Fragile Subjects: Childhood in Literature, Arts and Medicine August, 19-20, 2015, University of Turku, Finland Keynote speakers: Maria Nikolajeva, Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge; Sally Shuttleworth, Professor, Faculty of English Language and Literature and St Anne’s College University of Oxford; Valerie Walkerdine, Distinguished Research Professor, Cardiff University Organizers: Research project “Fragile Subjects: Childhood Read the full article…

Knowing and Not Knowing: Thinking psychosocially about learning and resistance to learning (CFP, Conference, London, December 2012)

5th Psychosocial Studies Network Conference Knowing and Not Knowing: Thinking psychosocially about learning and resistance to learning The Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th December 2012 Psychosocial Studies is a burgeoning, interdisciplinary area of research, teaching and professional practice, exploring the relation between individualised subjectivities and social Read the full article…

UEL announces a new MA programme in Psychosocial Studies (by distance learning)

UEL’s new post-graduate programme is seeking to re-frame Psychosocial Studies for the 21st century; bringing together cutting edge perspectives about individuals and their social contexts. Questions about the nature of the relationship between the individual and our societies have become ever more pressing. Whilst the technological advancement and the spread of wealth have meant vastly Read the full article…

CFP: Affect, Subjectivity & Social Order/Disorder Conference

Affect, Subjectivity and Social Order/Disorder – The 4th Conference of the Psychosocial Studies Network To be hosted by the School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton, June 10th-11th, 2011 CALL FOR PAPERS Attention to the affective dimensions of social dynamics and social order has been a core characteristic of recent psychosocial research in a Read the full article…