Pushing Boundaries: New Horizons for Regional Medical Humanities (Workshop, Bristol, 20 May 2014)

There are fewer than 20 places of 80 remaining on this regional medical humanities workshop in Bristol, funded by the Wellcome Trust (including travel grants, please enquire) – now open, first come first served! Anyone who works broadly in the medical humanities, in or about the South West and Wales are encouraged to come along Read the full article…

Medical Humanities and Philosophy of Medicine Seminars (Seminar Series, Bristol, Feb–May 2014)

Two exciting seminar series are running this year at the University of Bristol. The Medical Humanities Seminars take place on Tuesdays, 5-6.30, in the Verdon-Smith room, Royal Fort House (except the talk on 20/5), and are kindly supported by the Faculty of Arts Research Cluster Fund and the Institute for Advanced Study. Philosophy of Medicine Read the full article…

The Recovery of Beauty – Prof Sander Gilman Lecture 18 October – ‘Stand up Straight’: Posture, its History and the Meanings attributed to the Upright Body

As part of the IAS The Recovery of Beauty programme, CMH directors Jane Macnaughton and Corinne Saunders are very pleased to welcome Professor Sander Gilman, visiting IAS fellow and distinguished professor of the Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychiatry at Emory University who will be delivering the first lecture in the series. Professor Read the full article…