Monthly Archives: May 2011

Professor Jane Schultz to Visit the Centre for Medical Humanities

Jane E. Schultz is Professor of English and Director of Literature at Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, where she teaches courses in nineteenth century literature and culture and illness narrative. This Birth Place of Souls, an edition of one of the last extant American Civil War … Continue reading

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New MA/MSc in Spirituality, Theology and Health

Durham University announces a new MA/MSc in Spirituality, Theology & Health, to commence this autumn (academic year 2011-2012). This is an inter-disciplinary and inter-professional programme which can be pursued part-time or full-time. For more information download the Spirituality, Theology & Health … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview: 8th AMH Conference: The Drama of Medicine – All the Ward’s a Stage – 11-13 July 2011

The 2011 AMH Conference Programme is taking shape and details will be published here as they become available. Complementing a terrific lineup of workshops and parallel sessions are the following five plenary presentations: Teaching Us What It Means To Be … Continue reading

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Paul Lazarus introduces the 8th AMH Conference: The Drama of Medicine – All the Ward’s a Stage – 11-13 July 2011

 The Drama of Medicine: All the Ward’s a Stage The Association for Medical Humanities 8th Annual Conference University of Leicester 11 – 13 July 2011 Paul Lazarus, President of the Association for Medical Humanities writes on behalf of the 2011 … Continue reading

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Centre for Medical Humanities supports the Inaugural Durham Gender, Sex and Sexualities Research Day

The Gender and Sexualities Research Network (GASRN) provides an interdisciplinary forum for Durham academics and postgraduates to discuss and develop their research on gender, sex and sexuality. The Centre for Medical Humanities is delighted to support the inaugural Gender, Sex … Continue reading

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“Social impact of cultural access and creativity: Urban Cultural Policies in Mexico City” – Reflections on Ana Rosas Mantecón’s Seminar

The first of two reports on a CMH-MARG seminar by visiting academic Dr. Ana Rosas Mantecón: Part 1 – Ana’s presentation At CMH we explore a wide range of home grown and partner arts and cultural projects, which aim to … Continue reading

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CMH Success with Wolfson Research Institute Blue Skies Grants

Jane Macnaughton writes: Working with our Affiliates, CMH has recently been very successful in attaining grants from the Wolfson Research Institute to develop two projects.  Bethan Evans, Kathrin Hörschelmann and Rachel Colls (from Geography), with Mary Robson, Mike White, and … Continue reading

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