Category Archives: History of Medicine

Workshop: The Other Senses in Literature and Medicine, 29-31 July 2015

This workshop investigates the role of multimodal perceptions in communications about the living, human body in medical and literary culture. The overarching aim is to harness interdisciplinary approaches to, and help to reevaluate, the role of human senses in these fields. … Continue reading

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NEW! Medical Humanities and Ageing: podcasts and 2nd workshop (29/06/2015)

You can now listen to the four talks delivered at our first workshop on Medical Humanities and Ageing in December 2014 here: Dr Lucy Burke (Manchester Metropolitan University), “The Violence of Care. Love in the Age of Alzheimer’s” Dr Martina … Continue reading

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Sex versus Survival: the Life & Ideas of Sabina Spielrein (07/05/15)

  A lecture with John Launer, hosted by the Centre for Humanities & Health and the Centre for Life-Writing Research at King’s College London. Who was Sabina Spielrein? Her dramatic life story is most famous for her notorious affair with … Continue reading

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