Conferences and Symposiums

The Future of the Body: Phenomenology, Medicine and the (Post)human (Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 19-20 June 2014)

The Future of the Body: Phenomenology, Medicine and the (Post)human Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin 19-20 June, 2014 Organised by Luna Dolezal (TCD) and Dylan Trigg (UCD) This conference will bring together leading scholars working in Philosophy,Medical Humanities, Medicine, and related disciplines whose work critically engages with the status Read more…

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Mirabilia Medicinæ 2 (CfP, Mirabilia Journal Medical Humanities Special Edition)

We cordially invite you to submit your manuscript to Mirabilia Medicinæ 2 (2014/1), the second issue on Medical Humanities, by May 31, 2014. Mirabilia Medicinæ is a special supplement of Mirabilia Journal (ISSN 1676-5818). Mirabilia Medicinæ Journal is an online publication which provides articles, documents and academic reviews produced by scholars of the Medical Read more…

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Conferences and Symposiums

“Wonder & Co.” – varieties of intensified experience (CMH Symposium, Durham, 19 March 2014)

Centre for Medical Humanities second symposium on Wonder: “Wonder & Co.” – varieties of intensified experience 19th March 2014 Kenworthy Hall, St Mary’s College Durham, 9.30 – 4.30 Contributors include: Jules Evans (Queen Mary College London, Dept of Philosophy) ‘Experiences of ecstasy’ Ian Kidd (Durham University, Dept of Philosophy) ‘Deep Read more…

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Exploring awe and wonder (CfP, Interdisciplinary Conference, Florida, 6-8 September 2013)

Interdisciplinary Conference Exploring awe and wonder 6-8 September 2013 Institute for Simulation and Training University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida Sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation’s Research Grant: Space, Science and Spirituality The concepts of awe and wonder occupy an important place in the history of ideas, often associated with Read more…

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