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Narrative Medicine, Illness & Caregiving / Reading from Woolf’s “On Being Ill” (Talk, New York, 23 April 2013)

Please join Carol Gilligan, Jane Marcus, and Rita Charon as they discuss Virginia Woolf, Julia Stephen, Narrative Medicine, illness, and care giving, and read from Virginia Woolf’s On Being Ill with Notes from Sick Rooms by Julia Stephen,  Virginia Woolf’s … Continue reading

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Asylum and Post-Asylum Spaces: Contemporary and historical perspectives on ‘shelter, treatment and care’ (Workshop, Glasgow, 30 January 2013)

Dr Jennifer Laws (postdoctoral researcher in the Centre for Medical Humanities) is one of the co-organizers of the second of a 2-part collaborative seminar between the Universities of Durham and Glasgow on ‘Asylum and Post-Asylum Spaces’. The purpose of the … Continue reading

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Social Enterprise, Social Innovation and Care (CfP, Conference, Durham University, April 2013)

Social Enterprise, Social Innovation and Care 17-18 April 2013 Lindisfarne Centre, St. Aidan’s College, Durham University We call for papers that explore the intersections of social enterprise, social innovation and care within the contemporary landscape of social policy, practice and … Continue reading

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The Patient: Therapeutic Approaches (CfP, Conference, Lisbon, 16-18 March 2013)

3rd Global Conference–The Patient: Therapeutic Approaches Saturday 16th March – Monday 18th March 2013 Lisbon, Portugal A significant focus for this interdisciplinary project is an annual conference which provides valuable opportunities for participants to become involved in, perhaps, the first … Continue reading

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Home Space: Public and private in new welfare settings (Seminar, Milton Keynes, UK, 11 December 2012)

ESRC Seminar on Home Space: Public and private in new welfare settings Tuesday 11 December, 10 – 4.30pm, the Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, MK7 6AA The first of this ESRC series of seminars is now open for registration.  The series … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to Care? Religious Traditions & Health Professions Today (CFP, Conference, Chicago, 28-30 May 2013)

2nd Annual Conference on Medicine and Religion, University of Chicago May 28, 2013 – May 30, 2013 What Does It Mean to Care? Religious Traditions and Health Professions Today The 2nd Annual National Conference on Medicine and Religion, sponsored by the Program … Continue reading

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The Art of Caring: dwelling, affective relationality and the organization of hospital work (Colloquium, 12 July 2012, Swansea)

The Art of Caring: dwelling, affective relationality and the organization of hospital work   A colloquium Hosted by the People, Organizations and Work Research Group, Swansea University Business School Thursday 12th of July 2012 Swansea University Sponsored by the Older … Continue reading

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Care in the Past: Archaeological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (IMRS Seminar Series, Durham University, Summer 2012)

We would like to invite you to attend the first of the Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Department of Archaeology sponsored ‘Care in the Past: Archaeological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ seminars of the Summer. This seminar series, culminating in … Continue reading

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‘Care of the Body: spaces of practice’ – Announcing a new special issue of Social & Cultural Geography

‘Care of the Body: spaces of practice,’ edited by Centre for Medical Humanities Associate Director Sarah Atkinson, Victoria Lawson and Janine Wiles, is the latest special issue of Social & Cultural Geography. From the editors’ introduction: “Care—concept, emotion, practice, politics, … Continue reading

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Cracks in the door? Technology and the shifting topology of care – Christine Milligan Seminar Wednesday 4 May

Durham Geographies of Health and Wellbeing present: Cracks in the door? Technology and the shifting topology of care Prof Christine Milligan, Lancaster University A seminar on Wednesday 4th May, 2-4pm Room W010, Geography Department Chair: Prof Sarah Curtis Abstract: The … Continue reading

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