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The Gothic & Medical Humanities (CFP, Special Issue of Gothic Studies)

The Gothic and Medical Humanities Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Gothic Studies  Proposals are invited for a special issue of Gothic Studies exploring intersections between the Gothic and medical humanities. Gothic studies has long grappled with suffering bodies, and … Continue reading

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Fully Funded medical humanities PhD Studentship in English Studies in conjunction with Hearing the Voice

A fully funded three-year doctoral studentship commencing on 1 May 2013 or as soon as possible thereafter is available to work with Professor Patricia Waugh and Professor Corinne Saunders (Department of English Studies) and members of the Hearing the Voice … Continue reading

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Romantic Feelings: Continuities & Discontinuities in the History of Emotions (CFP, Conference, Geneva, 16–18 September 2013)

Romantic Feelings: Continuities & Discontinuities in the History of Emotions (from the aftermath of the French Revolution to the Revolutions of 1848) Conference, Geneva, 16–18 September 2013 Jeantet Foundation Auditorium, Geneva Switzerland Dolores Martin Moruno – IHMS, Geneva University Alberto Fragio … Continue reading

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English Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in the Centre for Medical Humanities

Applications are invited for two Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions in the Department of English Studies, Durham University. The first post is funded by the Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham which is supported by a Strategic Award in the Medical Humanities … Continue reading

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Thinking Feeling: Critical Theory, Culture, Feeling (Registrations Open, Conference, Sussex, May 18-19 2012)

Thinking Feeling: Critical Theory, Culture, Feeling 18th -19th May 2012 University of Sussex £65 (waged)/£35 (unwaged) Keynote speakers: Timothy Bewes (Brown), “The Surge: Turning Away From Affect”; Eva Illouz (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), “Why Emotions are Crucial to Capitalism”; Ben Highmore … Continue reading

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