CFP: (Dis)figuring War: Literature and the Arts, 1918-2018

(Dis)figuring War: Literature and the Arts, 1918-2018  Friday-Saturday 9-10 November 2018 Stanford University  Keynote Speaker: JAY WINTER, Charles J. Stille Professor Emeritus of History, Yale University  CALL FOR PAPERS  At 11am on November 11, 1918, the armistice that effectively ended the First World…

Med Students’ Exposure to Humanities Correlates with Positive Personal Qualities and Reduced Burnout

Medical Students’ Exposure to the Humanities Correlates with Positive Personal Qualities and Reduced Burnout: A Multi-Institutional U.S. Survey.Authors:Mangione, Salvatore1 Salvatore.mangione@jefferson.edu; Chakraborti, Chayan2 cchakrab@tulane.edu; Staltari, Giuseppe3 staltarigv@upmc.edu; Harrison, Rebecca4 harrisor@ohsu.edu; Tunkel, Allan R.5 atunkel@sbhcs.com; Liou, Kevin T.6 kliou62@gmail.com; Cerceo, Elizabeth7 cerceo-elizabeth@cooperhealth.edu; Voeller, Megan8 megan.voeller@jefferson.edu; Bedwell, Wendy L.9 PACEconsultingsolutionsllc@gmail.com; Fletcher, Keaton10 fletcherk@mail.usf.edu; Kahn, Marc J.11 mkahn@tulane.edu Source:JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine. May2018,…

Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery: Connecting Communities for Mental Health and Well-Being

Paul Crawford from the International Health Humanities Network at the University of Nottingham has shared a digital showcase of their extensive, multi-year ARTS and HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL funded program “Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery” in association with Mental Health Foundation,…

Practical Resources for Anyone Involved in Interdisciplinary Research

Four New Project Shorts published for Working Knowledge: practical resources for anyone involved in interdisciplinary research http://centreformedicalhumanities.org/four-new-project-shorts-published-for-working-knowledge-practical-resources-for-anyone-involved-in-interdisciplinary-research/ via @mdiclhumanities

CFP: Community Wellbeing & Transformation

The deadline for abstracts (1st May) is fast approaching for the 7th International Health Humanities Conference to be held in the historic city of Southampton, Hampshire, UK. This year’s theme is CHANGING SOCIETY: COMMUNITY WELLBEING AND TRANSFORMATION – HOW HEALTH…

Medical Rhetoric CCCC 2019 Roundtable

Medical Rhetoric CCCC 2019 Roundtable CFP Roundtable Objective The roundtable aims to foster interactive discussions between and around these issues and among presenters and the audience. To this end, we invite individual proposals for modified ignite (5-minute) presentations where participants…

Medical Humanities Career Day (Drew U, Madison, NJ)

Drew University Medical Humanities Career Day April 11th 630pm-9pm in Crawford Hall, Einger Center Join us on Wednesday, April 11th from 630 pm-9 pm in Crawford Hall, Einger Center for Medical Humanities Career Day. In the first half of the…

CFP: Madness and Literature: What Fiction Can Do for the Understanding of Mental Illness

Madness and Literature: What Fiction Can Do for the Understanding of Mental Illness Philosophers have considered the relation between madness and literature since Plato’s Phaedrus. Mental illness has been a favorite topic for great authors throughout literary history just as…

Symposium: Opening Doors: from the medical to the health humanities

Drew University will be hosting a symposium: “Opening Doors: from the medical to the health humanities” on Friday, March 23rd from 230pm to 8pm at Drew University in Madison, NJ. The theme of the event is an examination of the trajectory and future praxis…

CFP: Crossroads of Medicine and Religion, 1200-1800

Angelical Conjunctions: Crossroads of Medicine and Religion, 1200-1800 McGill University on April 13-15, 2019 “Angelical Conjunction” was the term coined by the seventeenth-century New England Puritan Cotton Mather to denote the mutual affinity of medicine and religion. Indeed, medical and…

Skip to toolbar