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Pain, Illness, Trauma and Death in Childhood (CfP, Conference, London, 1 February 2014)

The University of Greenwich, Centre for the Study of Play and Recreation, with the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past and the London Network for the History of Children present: Pain, Illness, Trauma and Death in Childhood … Continue reading

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The Fact and Experience of Pain: The Intersection of Science and Culture – Ronald Schleifer (Bristol Medical Humanities Seminar, 31 October 2013)

The first Bristol Medical Humanities Research Seminar will be held on 31 October at 5pm, in the Verdon-Smith room of the Institute for Advanced Studies (Royal Fort House). The seminar will be given by Professor Ronald Schleifer, who will be … Continue reading

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Portraiture and Pain (CfP, Association of Art Historians Conference, 12 – 14th April, Royal College of Art)

Association of Art Historians 40th Annual Conference 12th – 14th April 2014 The Royal College of Art, London Session Title: Portraiture and Pain Pain is often understood as invisible and inarticulate; it is one of the most intensely personal sensations, … Continue reading

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Visual and Literary Representations of Suffering (Research Double Bill, Leeds, Tuesday 16 April)

Painful Bodies: Visual and Literary Representations of Suffering Tuesday 16 April, 4pm-6pm Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities (enter via the School of English foyer) A double bill of research presentations co-hosted by the School of English Critical and Cultural Theory … Continue reading

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Pain Question Time (Public Consultation, Durham University, 24 April 2013)

Now it’s your turn to set the agenda and ask the questions you want to. You might want to demand better pain management services, or ask, why in the 21st century are there so many people living with pain? Should … Continue reading

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The Pain Conference (18 – 20 June 2013, University of Glasgow)

The Pain Conference Tuesday, 18 June – Thursday, 20 June 2013 Philosophy, University of Glasgow Pain is ubiquitous. But it continues to be poorly understood. Scientific advances have led to increasingly subtle and complex models of pain, but not yet … Continue reading

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Could medicinal plants manage pain? ‘It’s a Pain’ Public Engagement Lecture (Durham, 28 Feb 2013)

Could medicinal plants manage pain? ‘It’s a Pain’ Public Engagement Lecture Ross Menzies Thursday 28th February, 7pm Calman Main Lecture Theatre (Durham University, City campus, DH1 3LE)  

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