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CFP: ‘Reconfiguration of Health and Welfare in different European settings’, Brighton

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Date: 15th – 16th November 2017 Deadline for applications: 15th June 2017 Papers are invited for an international workshop exploring the reconfiguration of health and welfare in different European settings, to be held in the University of Sussex in Brighton on the 15th-16th November 2017. Papers should address the ways in which austerity policies, welfare… Continue reading

CFP: Special Issue of Critical Stages (webjournal), ‘Medicine and/in Theatre’

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The webjournal of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC), Critical Stages, invites contributions for issue No 17, Medicine and/in Theatre, due for publication in June 2018. Over the past decade there has been increased critical attention paid to the intersection of theatre and medicine; although the relationship between the two is far from new.… Continue reading

PGR Workshop: ‘Interdisciplinarity in Practice: Medical Humanities Research’, Leeds

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The University of Leeds warmly invites participants for a one-day workshop addressing the scholarly challenges and collaborative opportunities surrounding postgraduate research in the medical humanities. Increasing numbers of postgraduate students from a wide range of disciplines are undertaking work on human health, wellbeing, disease, and the body that entails interdisciplinary approaches. Conducting PhD research across disciplinary… Continue reading

CFP (artwork and creative writing), Asylum Magazine

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Call for Submissions from Helen Spandler, Asylum Magazine Asylum, the magazine for democratic psychiatry is looking for creative submissions to publish in its quarterly publication. These can include creative writing, artwork, cartoons, photographs, ad spoofs etc.  Images can be colour and/or black and white. Ideally we are looking for creative artwork with a critical mental health theme. There… Continue reading

ECR Workshop: ‘Collaboration in the Critical Medical Humanities’, Durham

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This  intensive 3-day workshop for early career researchers will take place Monday 11 – Wednesday 13 September 2017 at Durham University, with the support of the British Academy and the Wellcome Trust. Work in the critical medical humanities brings together scholars from the arts, humanities, social and life sciences, health professionals, patient advocates, carers and… Continue reading

CFP: Disability and the Emotions (Part 2), Liverpool Hope

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Disability and the Emotions: Part 2 of the seminar series hosted by the CCDS at Liverpool Hope University No crying in disability studies, that was the rule set by Joseph Shapiro’s No Pity in 1993, only to be broken a few years later by Elizabeth J. Donaldson and Catherine Prendergast at the 2000 MLA conference. In… Continue reading

CFP: ‘Dementia Lab 2017 – stories from design and research’, Dormund, Germany

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Date: 6th – 7th September 2017 (Dortmund, Germany) The theme for this year’s Dementia Lab is sharing the underlying questions that designers, researchers and educators face in their design process for and together with people with dementia. These questions vary from such practical challenges as recruiting persons with dementia to finding funding before a project begins… Continue reading

CFP: Special Issue of Palgrave Communications, ‘Socioeconomic factors and mental health: past and present’

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Palgrave Communications is an open access journal published by Palgrave Macmillan dedicated to publishing high quality original research across all areas of the humanities and social sciences. Article proposals and full submissions are now being sought for this special issue. This article collection, edited by Professor Matthew Smith and Dr Lucas Richert (University of Strathclyde), will examine how the relationship… Continue reading

CFP: ‘The Forgotten Other: Disability Studies and the Classical Body’, London

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CFP: The Forgotten Other: Disability Studies and the Classical Body Location: Kings College London Date: 18th–19th June 2018 Deadline: 31st July 2017 Organisers: Ellen Adams (Lecturer in Classical Art and Archaeology, Kings College London) Emma-Jayne Graham (Senior Lecturer in Classical Studies, The Open University) The influence of the classical bodily ideal on Western notions of beauty has… Continue reading

CFP: Different Bodies: (Self-)Representation, Disability, and the Media, London

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CFP: Different Bodies: (Self-)Representation, Disability, and the Media Location: Regent Campus, 309 Regent Street, University of Westminster, London Date: 9am-6pm, 23rd June 2017 Deadline: 28th April 2017 This one-day conference seeks to explore representations of the body as strange, shameful, wrong, impaired, wounded, scarred, disabled, lacking, different or ‘other’ in contemporary media. The advent of digital… Continue reading