CFP: Disability & Graphic Lit

We invite proposals for chapters in a volume on disability and graphic literature for the new Literary Disability series from Palgrave Macmillan edited by David Bolt, Elizabeth Donaldson, and Julia Miele Rodas. Feats of Clay: Disability and Graphic Narrative will…

CFP: Cognitive Futures Humanities

Organizers of the 2nd International Conference on Cognitive Futures in the Humanities (24-26 April 2014, Durham University, UK) seek  proposals by 1 December 2013. Details here: http://medicalhumanities.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cognitive-futures-2-cfp.pdf

CFP: Med & Religion Conference

3rd Annual Conference on Medicine and Religion |  Responding to the Limits and Possibilities of the Body March 7-9, 2014, at the Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile, IL We invite abstracts for 60-minute panel sessions, 20-minute paper presentations, and posters that…

CFS: Graphic medicine

Configurations, the Journal of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, is now accepting submissions for an upcoming special issue on Graphic Medicine. Essays, comics, and any combination of the two are welcome. The deadline for submission is January…

CFP: The Narrative Bridge: Connecting through the Health Humanities

The Narrative Bridge: Connecting through the Health Humanities Keynote address and workshop by Dr. Sayantani DasGupta Nursing, occupational therapy, and medical students write poems together. A hospital administrator, custodial worker, and therapy dog owner share stories about the work they…

CFP: Panel Sandbox (Am Assoc History Med)

The call for panel and paper proposals http://www.histmed.org/aahm_papers.htm for the 2014 meetings of the American Association for the History of Medicine is now open (the proposal deadline of 9/27 is just 5 weeks away) . To help encourage the formation of lively panels, AAHM…

CFP: Theories of Blood in Late Medieval and Early Modern English Culture

The Blood Conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford: 8th-10th January, 2014, Theories of Blood in Late Medieval and Early Modern English Literature and Culture Blood in the medieval and early modern periods was much more than simply red fluid in human veins. Defined…

CFP: Narrative Bridge (Med U So Carolina)

The Narrative Bridge: Connecting through the Health Humanities Nursing, occupational therapy, and medical students write poems together. A hospital administrator, custodial worker, and therapy dog owner share stories about the work they do at a medical university. A biomedical scientist,…

CFS: Diagnosing Folklore: Perspectives on Health, Trauma, and Disability

Call for Chapter Contributions: Diagnosing Folklore: Perspectives on Health, Trauma, and Disability Edited by: Trevor J. Blank and Andrea Kitta http://lib.usf.edu/fmhi/news/cfps-mental-health/ The editors welcome submissions that thematically address the following from a folkloristic perspective:  – Stigma and/or public perceptions about mental health/…

CFP: Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Mini-Conference

Call for Abstracts: The Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Mini-Conference, ESS Meeting, February 20-23, Baltimore Hilton The significance of body studies has been demonstrated in its first few decades by the plethora of attention the body has received from…

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