This semester’s seminar programme at the LCMH

Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities

Tuesday 19 February, 5.00-6.00: ‘Imagery and Ideology: The Politics of “Asian Rickets”, 1963-1985’, Roberta Bivins (Department of History and Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick).

Tuesday 12 March, 5.00-6.00: ‘Psychosomatics and Life-Writing’, Neil Vickers (Department of English and Centre for Health and Humanities, King’s College London).

Tuesday 26 March, 1.00-4.00: ‘(Re)finding a place for medicine within the humanities: methodological approaches in the Medical Humanities’. Postgraduate methodology workshop – (School of English, University of Leeds); guest speaker Brian Hurwitz (Department of English and Centre for Health and Humanities, King’s College London). All interested MA and research students welcome, please contact michaeljflexerATgmail.com or encnATleeds.ac.uk.

Tuesday 16 April, 5.00-6.00: ‘When Artist Meets Medicine’, Rachael Allen, Artist (www.rachaelallen.com).

Tuesday 23 April, 12.30-4.15: ‘Clinical Practice and the Value of Narrative’ seminar; guest speakers Stuart Murray (School of English and Leeds

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