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News and events:
Call for applicants - deadline June 8th
'The Practice, Benefits and Challenges of Interdisciplinarity: for postgraduate researchers.' A two day workshop on the experience of interdisciplinary team working. Durham University, June 22-23, 2016. Read more.
CMH contributes to Inquiry launched by All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Arts, Health and Wellbeing
Co-director of CMH, Jane Macnaughton, has been invited to be part of the Advisory Group informing an Inquiry process launched by the(APPG) on Arts, Health and Wellbeing. She is looking forward to contributing her expertise in this area to an Inquiry that seeks to influence the thinking and practice of politicians and other decision-takers.Read more.
Feelings of Presence: A Survey
Hearing the Voice is conducting a survey on felt presences. Participate today! Read more.
CMH/WRI Small Grants Announces the newest awardee!
CMH is pleased to highlight the latest recipients and their research. Read more.
Wandering Minds - a new Medical Humanities funded research project
Congratulations to the team for being awarded funding for the 'Wandering Minds: Interdisciplinary Experiments on Self-Generated Thought' project. Read More.
Our colleagues and their research at Hearing the Voice have recently been highlighted in a post by Durham University. Read More.
Breathing Pauses in Ancient Rhetoric, Virginia Woolf and Robert Musil (Symposium, IAS Durham, 6 June)
Afterwar: Healing the Moral Wounds of War (Durham Cathedral, Prior’s Hall, 7 June)
Adverse events: On bad affects & the antidepressant wars (London, 7 June)
Next CMH/WRI Postgrad/ECR Meeting (Durham University, St Chad's College, 15th June, 4-5.30pm)
News Feed: Medical Humanities Blog
- ‘The Practice, Benefits and Challenges of Interdisciplinarity: for postgraduate researchers’ (CfA, Durham University, June 22-23 2016) (31 May 2016)
- Reviewer needed: ‘The Use of Bodies’ by Giorgio Agamben (28 May 2016)
- ‘What the Body Commands: The Imperative Theory of Pain’ reviewed by Emily Underwood-Lee (28 May 2016)
- Exposure: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Breath, Air and Atmospheres (Conference Panel, Durham University, 5 July 2016) (26 May 2016)
- Breathing Pauses in Ancient Rhetoric, Virginia Woolf and Robert Musil (Symposium, IAS Durham, 6 June 2016) (26 May 2016)
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