Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

Affect Formations: Musical performance with live animations shaped by emotional online survey

The Affect Formations project with the Music Department of Durham University explores the relationship between our emotional response to drawings and musical features through several public performances in the North East. Artist Adinda van ’t Klooster is inviting people to complete an online survey and in doing so contribute to Read more…

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Conferences and Symposiums

Photographic Histories of Psychology (Symposium, de Montfort University, November 25 2014)

Photographic Histories of Psychology One-day postgraduate symposium 25 November, 2014 Trinity House, PHRC, de Montfort University, Leicester Registration now open (registration fee includes sandwich lunch, tea and coffee) *£0: PHRC students and speakers *£10: de Montfort University students *£20: students *£26: non students The registration link is here.   Program: Read more…

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Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

Portraits of Violence: Public Lecture by Suzannah Biernoff (Durham Light Infantry Museum Art Gallery, 6-7:30 pm, 18 Sept 2014)

Portraits of Violence: Public Lecture by Suzannah Biernoff Durham Light Infantry Museum Art Gallery, 6-7:30 pm, 18 Sept 2014 A free event supported by the Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham University, and Wellcome Trust. One of the most poignant innovations of the First World War was the production of portrait Read more…

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Seminars and Lectures

Figuring the Tumor : Photography, Self, and Advanced Cancer in Botswana – Julie Livingston (Public Lecture, Wellcome Trust, 11 June 2014)

Wellcome Medal Lecture Figuring the Tumor : Photography, Self, and Advanced Cancer in Botswana will be given by Dr Julie Livingston, Rutgers University Wednesday 11 June 2014, at 5.30pm (talk to start at 6.00pm) at the Wellcome Trust Gibbs Building, 215 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE This talk considers a Read more…

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Centre for Medical Humanities