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‘It was like world politics but on a small scale’: The Early History of Cheiron-Europe

What are academic societies for? Intellectual exchange? Networking with like-minded scholars? Eva Surawy Stepney reflects on how the European Society for the History of Human Sciences forged connections across the Iron Curtain.

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Challenging Narrative in the Critical Medical Humanities

MedHums 101: Tom Hey explores the role of illness narrative in the medical humanities, from its importance in cementing the field to crucial questions about what lies beyond. Once upon

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Pathologies, Punchlines and Power: The Medicalized Body, Humour and Art

Reflecting on their recent Confabulations event, researchers Laura Cowley, Christine Slobogin and Katie Snow question the relationship between humour and art within the critical medical humanities. What does art bring

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Object Relations Podcast: Psychoanalytic Politics and the Myth of Neutrality

Samuel Kelly shares episode three of the four-part Object Relations podcast, on the politics of the psychoanalytic encounter

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‘It was like world politics but on a small scale’: The Early History of Cheiron-Europe

Challenging Narrative in the Critical Medical Humanities

Pathologies, Punchlines and Power: The Medicalized Body, Humour and Art

Object Relations Podcast: Psychoanalytic Politics and the Myth of Neutrality




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The Flame Alphabet: A Novel - reviewed by Dr Nagihan Haliloğlu ‘Narrative Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Evidence-Based Care and Medical Humanities’ reviewed by Sandra Weems and Paulette Hahn Chronicity: Future in the Past (Part I) On dreaming and narrative sensemaking Review - Desert Runners (2013) Anne Boyer's "The Undying" (1/2) 'Literature and Medicine in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press: Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 1817-1858' reviewed by Dr Antje Dallmann Marketplace and Open Space: ‘A Box of Tricks’ at the Inaugural Congress of the NNMHR (Blog post by Ute Oswald,... Naming the Invisible Patient: A Historical Dilemma 'Making and Unmaking Public Health in Africa: Ethnographic and Historical Perspectives' reviewed by Dr Megan Wainwright A hand on the arm: Gesture, neurodiversity and performance Sleeping it off: Sleep, Medicine, and Mental Health in Premodern England 12355Next »
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