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What Twins Can Teach Us

Originally posted on READ: Research in English At Durham:
How have twins been viewed throughout history? Why do twins continue to fascinate us today? In this research conversation, Will Viney outlines his new research project, which aims to show the…

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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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‘Two by Two: A Timeline of Twins’ – New Article by William Viney, Cabinet 47, 2012.

One of CMH’s Postdoctoral Research Fellows has had an article published in Cabinet, a quarterly journal of arts and culture based in New York. The piece revives the idea of the timeline but takes a subject that is rarely thought to be simply chronological: twins. … Continue reading

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Welcoming Dr Will Viney to the Centre for Medical Humanities

The Centre for Medical Humanities is delighted to welcome Dr Will Viney, who joins our research team as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Centre for Medical Humanities and Department of English Studies. Will has a PhD in Cultural Studies and … Continue reading

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