CFP: GRAPHIC MEDICINE AND VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS OF ILLNESS

The Nordic Network for Gender, Body, Health in collaboration with the Division for Gender Studies, Stockholm University CURATING HEALTH: GRAPHIC MEDICINE AND VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS OF ILLNESS Place: Stockholm University Date: Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th December 2018 Keynote Speakers: Prof….

CFP: Art & Med Conference

Fifth Annual Health Humanities Symposium 2018 Thursday & Friday October 18 & 19 Health Sciences Centre & University of Calgary Main Campus Calgary, Alberta, Canada Theme: Art and Medicine: Friends, Enemies or Distractors Faculty and learners from all disciplines with an…

CFP: ACLA 2019

Two calls for American Comparative Literature Association seminars (March 7-10, 2019, Georgetown University) may be of interest: The Faces of Depression in Literature https://www.acla.org/faces-depression-literature Trauma and the Materiality of Care https://www.acla.org/trauma-and-materiality-care Arousing Images in Avant-Garde(s): Precarious Bodies and Frames of Representation https://www.acla.org/arousing-images-avant-gardes-precarious-bodies-and-frames-representation The…

“Synapsis” Seeks Writers

Synapsis (www.medicalhealthhumanities.com) is an online publication designed to bring together humanities scholars and students from across institutions and disciplines in a “department without walls.” The site is founded and edited by Arden Hegele, a literary scholar, and Rishi Goyal, a…

BRAINSTORM BOOKS (PUNCTUM BOOKS IMPRINT) ANNOUNCES “RACING MINDS”:  A PUBLISHING INITIATIVE

The Co-Directors of Brainstorm Books invite you to consider submitting a manuscript for publication to our imprint.  We also invite you to encourage students and colleagues to consider doing so.  Brainstorm Books, as an imprint of punctum books, a non-profit…

Tell Me What Hurts: Storytelling and the Healing Arts

The Maine Women Writers Collection at the University of New England in Maine, USA, and co-host, the School of English at the University of Kent, invite you to attend the health humanities symposium Tell Me What Hurts: Storytelling and the Healing…

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