Durham Centre for Medical Humanities Postgraduate Network – Welcome Lunch, 24 October, 2013

Durham Centre for Medical Humanities Postgraduate Network – Welcome Lunch, 24 October, 2013

Are you a postgrad or postdoc working in the field of health, illness, medicine or wellbeing?  Would you like to join a cross-disciplinary group of early career scholars working in related areas?

The Durham Centre for Medical Humanities invites all new and returning postgrads and postdocs to a welcome lunch and introductory meeting on the 24th October 2014 (Whittaker Room, Hilde and Bede College, Lunch from 12:15pm, Meeting to start promptly at 1 pm).

Existing members base their work in fields as diverse as English, Geography, Philosophy, Sociology, Anthropology, History of Medicine, Psychology, Theology and beyond.  Typical network activities include reading groups, work-in-progress seminars/ presentations, talks from external speakers and academic skills workshops (research methods, interdisciplinary publishing, research proposal writing etc).  The first meeting will be, in part, dedicated to designing a programme of activities for the year ahead.

For questions about the CMH group or to be added to the mailing list, please contact Dr Jenny Laws (network convenor).

For catering purposes, please confirm your attendance on the 24th to Christine Jawad no later than 17th October.

We warmly welcome any postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows who can attend regular events in Durham.

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