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Critical Medical Humanities Symposium – Review by Avishek Parui

The first international Critical Medical Humanities Symposium was held on November 4 and 5 at Durham University. In the second of two reviews, Avishek Parui, recent PhD graduate in English Studies, writes: The Critical Medical Humanities Symposium at Durham University … Continue reading

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Critical Medical Humanities Symposium – Review by Abi Mcniven

The first international Critical Medical Humanities Symposium was held on November 4 and 5 at Durham University. In the first of two reviews, Abigail Mcniven, PhD candidate in Geography, writes: Introducing the ‘Critical Medical Humanities Symposium’, Angela Woods presented attendees … Continue reading

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Critical Medical Humanities Symposium – Final Programme and Invitation to follow #CritMH debate on twitter

We are delighted to be hosting the first international Critical Medical Humanities Symposium on November 4 and 5 at Durham University. Registration for the symposium has closed, but we would love for as many people as possible to participate in … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events at the Durham Centre for Medical Humanities

CMH Seminar: Dr Jules Evans, philosopher and author, ‘The Varieties of Ecstasy’ 20th November, Senior Common Room, Trevelyan College, 5-7pm CMH & WRI Joint Seminar: Prof Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Director of the Centre for Global Health Histories, University of York, ‘International … Continue reading

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CMH Arts in Health PhD Success

It is a huge pleasure to report to blog readers the success of one of our CMH PhD students, Anni Raw.  Anni has been with us since January 2010 funded on a prestigious Durham Interdisciplinary PhD Studentship.  At her viva … Continue reading

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Celebrating success in our Centre for Medical Humanities

As our academic year comes to an end, I hope blog readers will indulge the CMH Directors in advertising some wonderful successes for members of our team. This has been a year in which we have seen the start of … Continue reading

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Celebrating Our Future: New directions in Medical Humanities Research and Annual Summer Party (Thursday June 20, St Chad’s College)

Staff at the Centre for Medical Humanities are delighted to invite you to our Annual Affiliates Summer Party Thursday 20 June 3.30 – 5pm St Chad’s SCR St Chad’s College Durham This year we celebrate the new directions in Medical … Continue reading

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Celebrating 1000 Posts With … a Questionnaire: What Do *You* Want the Next 1000 Posts to Cover?

This poll has now closed. Many thanks to all who completed the questionnaire – your feedback means a huge amount to us. The winner of our £50 amazon voucher will be announced on Friday 21 June!

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A Short Film Project Giving A Voice To People With Disabilities

Click here or on the image above to see an ABC Stateline report on ‘The Lost Generation Project’. Simon Flavelle will be speaking about this project at a Centre for Medical Humanities seminar this Wednesday 23 March 5.15 – 7pm … Continue reading

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The Lost Generation Project – Simone Flavelle – Wed 23 March

The Centre for Medical Humanities PresentsThe  Lost Generation Project Simone Flavelle 23rd March 2011 5.15pm – 7pm St. Chad’s Chapel & followed by  wine and canapes in the SCR The Lost Generation Project is about finding the lost stories of … Continue reading

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