The Glasgow Medical Humanities Symposium will bring together researchers from across Glasgow’s Universities to explore new possibilities for collaboration, and to identify the distinctive strengths and interests of our local context.
The symposium will be held on Tuesday 17 April 2018 in the Wolfson Medical School Building on University Avenue from c.10am-5pm, and will be open to academics, postdocs, and research students from across Glasgow and beyond.
We invite proposals for the symposium that deepen existing research strengths, or develop new areas of research, and which draw upon the academic and civic resources of our city.
You might wish to propose a panel with other researchers, offer a provocative 5-minute paper, display a poster, or propose some other form of activity. We particularly welcome proposals that cut across disciplinary and institutional boundaries, or which offer innovative approaches to the medical humanities.
If you’re interested in contributing, then please reply to the MHRC administrator, Sarah Phelan, at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description of your idea.
We will aim to confirm a draft programme by mid-March.