Tag Archives: Havi Carel

Understanding Epistemic Injustice (CfP, Conference, 26-27 June 2014, University of Bristol)

Understanding Epistemic Injustice 26-27 June 2014 University of Bristol Confirmed keynotes: Prof Simon Caney (Oxford), Prof Miranda Fricker (Sheffield), Prof Tamar Gendler (Yale), and Prof Rae Langton (Cambridge). The concept of epistemic injustice was introduced by Miranda Fricker and refers … Continue reading

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Medical Humanities Research Seminar Series at the University of Bristol

Medical Humanities Research Seminar Series University of Bristol 31 October 2013: Professor Ronald Schleifer (University of Oklahoma):  ‘The Fact and Experience of Pain: The Intersection of Science and Culture’  (G16, Cotham House) 26 November 2013: Dr Antonio Casado da Rocha … Continue reading

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Silent body – Speaking mind: how to transcend this schism? Anna Luise Kirkengen & Eline Thornquist (Seminar, University of Bristol, 24 September 2013)

University of Bristol Philosophy of Medicine & Medical Humanities Seminars 2013-14 Silent body – Speaking mind: how to transcend this schism? Anna Luise Kirkengen MD PhD1, Eline Thornquist PhD2 Tuesday 24 September, 5.00-6.30 Room G16, Cotham House, Department of Philosophy, … Continue reading

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Havi Carel: the role of the patient in improving quality

Havi Carel, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Bristol, and a patient, gives a philosophical perspective on patients and improving the quality of care at The King’s Fund’s NHS Leadership Summit 2013. She drew on her own experience of care, … Continue reading

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‘Epistemic Injustice and Illness’ – Ian James Kidd & Havi Carel – Durham University, 24th June 2013

A seminar to be held at the Williams Library, St Chad’s College, Durham University on Monday 24th June from 5.00pm. Ian James Kidd, Department of Philosophy, Durham University & Dr Havi Carel, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol. ‘In this … Continue reading

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Illness, Narrative and Phenomenology (CfP & Workshop Announcement, University of Bristol, 9 July 2013)

Illness, Narrative and Phenomenology Tuesday 9 July 2013 Verdon-Smith Room, Institute for Advanced Studies Royal Fort House, University of Bristol BS8 1UJ Keynote speaker: Prof Brian Hurwitz (King’s College London) This one-day workshop will inaugurate the Medical Humanities research cluster … Continue reading

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The Agony & the Ecstasy (Institute of Art & Ideas Video Debate)

The Institute of Art and Ideas presents: The Agony & the Ecstasy The Issue: We take it for granted that eradicating pain is desirable. And since De Quincey remarked that a quarter of human misery was toothache, remarkable strides have … Continue reading

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