Monthly Archives: September 2012

Psychoanalysis in the Age of Totalitarianism

I recently attended a wonderful conference on ‘Psychoanalysis in the Age of Totalitarianism‘ along with two other CHH members Ellie Bass and Lara Feigel. The two day conference was organised by the Institute of Psychoanalysis along with the Pears Institute … Continue reading

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Studying obstetrics blindfolded on anatomical wax models in the 18th century: the museum of Poggi Palace in Bologna

Sometimes it takes an external gaze of someone from far abroad to discover what you have in your back garden. This is what happened for me with the discovery of the “hidden treasures”, as put by Allison Abbott, of Bologna … Continue reading

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Philosophy of Medicine workshop: Bodies & Minds

On Friday 19th October, the Centre for the Humanities and Health and the Department of Philosophy at King’s College London will be holding a one-day workshop entitled ‘Bodies and Minds’ . This workshop will bring together a group of philosophers … Continue reading

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