Call for Review: ‘Digital Storytelling in Health and Social Policy: Listening to Marginalised Voices’ by Nicole Matthews and Naomi Sunderland.

We are delighted to offer Digital Storytelling in Health and Social Policy by Nicole Matthews and Naomi Sunderland (Routledge, 2017) for review. Expressions of interest are welcome from across the medical humanities. As digital life stories continue to assume more and more significance across a range of institutions, so too does their potential to bring into focus once marginalised Read the full article…

Storytelling for Health (Conference, Swansea, 16-17 June 2017)

ABMU Health Board is holding its very first Storytelling for Health conference. The conference aims to acknowledge and celebrate the importance and growth of storytelling for health and to understand and promote good practice. An exciting range of speakers is now confirmed, with papers, presentations and performances from Daniel Morden and the Devil’s Violin (one of the Read the full article…

Storytelling for Health Conference (CfP, Swansea, 16th – 17th June 2017)

AMBU Health Board is holding its very first Storytelling for Health conference. This major international conference will bring together arts practitioners, health practitioners and researchers. Our aims are to acknowledge and celebrate the importance and growth of storytelling for health and to understand and promote good practice. To this end we are seeking contributions within Read the full article…

Roundtable on Science and Storytelling (University of Reading, 6 November 2013)

A public roundtable on Science and Storytelling will be held at the University of Reading to launch a new University-wide research theme on Interdisciplinary Research into the Humanities and Science. Climate change expert Professor Tim Wheeler and Dickens expert Dr Andrew Mangham from Reading will be joined by the novelist and biographer Rebecca Stott from Read the full article…

Storytelling and the Sciences of Mind: Toward a Transdisciplinary Approach

David Herman writes: I feel very fortunate indeed to be joining the Department of English Studies at Durham University, which is chock full of brilliant scholars doing cutting-edge research and teaching. Equally pathbreaking work is being done under the auspices of Durham’s Centre for Medical Humanities, so I am doubly honored to have this opportunity Read the full article…