Tag Archives: Hearing the Voice

Medical Humanities Showreel – New Video Introduces Cutting-Edge Research Funded by the Wellcome Trust

The Wellcome Trust have just released a short video introducing the medical humanities and profiling projects which are currently supported through a range of funding schemes. Durham University’s Hearing the Voice project is featured from 2’46” – congratulations to CMH … Continue reading

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Hearing the Voice at Durham Book Festival, October 2013

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New Explorations of Inner Experience – Andrew Irving and Janis H Jenkins (Seminars Wednesday 18 September 2013, Durham University)

The Hearing the Voice project is hosting talks by two visiting anthropologists this Wednesday 18 September: Andrew Irving (University of Manchester), will be speaking on ‘Everyday (Ad)ventures in Ekphrastic Ethnography’ in the Henry Dyson Room (Hild-Bede) from 3.30 to 5pm. … Continue reading

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Jane Macnaughton – ‘Scaling Up’ (Podcast from the Asssociation of Medical Humanities conference, 2013)

In this audio recording you will hear Jane Macnaughton give her keynote address at the Annual Association of Medical Humanities conference, held at the University of Aberdeen. If you have not yet read Will Viney’s review of the conference, this … Continue reading

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Conference Review: “Philosophy and Psychiatry: The Next Hundred Years”

Anthony Fernandez, graduate student in Philosophy at the University of South Florida,  writes: This year the fifteenth annual meeting of the International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry took the rather grand form of a tripartite traveling symposium entitled, Philosophy and … Continue reading

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Visions, voices and other hallucinatory experiences in the Middle Ages (CfP, International Medieval Congress, July 2014)

The twentieth International Medieval Congress will take place in Leeds, from 7-10 July 2014. Proposals are sought for a panel entitled “Visions, voices and other hallucinatory experiences in the Middle Ages.” This session, sponsored by the Wellcome-funded Hearing the Voice … 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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