Monthly Archives: November 2010

Playing at Being Mad

Last night I attended a Secret Cinema screening. For those not familiar with the concept, for Secret Cinema you aren’t told in advance what the film is but you’re given a series of clues and told to turn up at … Continue reading

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Centre for the Humanities and Health Research Seminars

As some of you may know, we hold monthly research seminars at the Centre, where we invite prominent figures in the Medical Humanities to present their work to an audience. Seminars are open to the public and we welcome all … Continue reading

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XXXXXXXXXX and Health?

We have kept remarkably silent on the proposed funding cuts for the humanities and the proposed changes in higher education funding, both of which are likely to impact directly on our area of interest. There are so many reasons why … Continue reading

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