This episode delves into the intersection of fine art, illness, disability, and self-identity.
Kyoto University will be hosting an international workshop on “Vital Experiments: Living (and Dying) with Pharmaceuticals after the Human” on February 24-25 (Sat & Sun), 2018.
Schedule of the speakers and further details about the event are available from the following website:
Dear H-Albion members
I'd be grateful if you could draw the attention of any potentially interested MA students to a PhD opportunity, at the University of Nottingham.
The latest issue of Asian Review of World Histories is now available! Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information:
Volume 6, Issue 1
Globalization and the Exchange of Medical Knowledge and Practice in Asia, 2018
The 12th annual meeting of the Southern History of Science and Technology Conference (SoHoST) will be held on March 23-24 at Mississippi State University. The deadline for abstracts has been extended to February 12, 2018.
Episode 5 of No Easy Answers in Bioethics -- the podcast from the Michigan State University Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences -- is now available: Public Perception of Psychiatric Interventions: Cabrera, Bluhm, and McKenzie - Episode 5.
How has the hospital note changed from being handwritten on paper to typed on a computer? Is it possible to perform talk therapy with a video camera? Do external devices remind wearers to enact healthful behaviors or enable them to forget? These are some of the questions raised at the Media Medica: Medicine & the Challenge of New Media conference held at Johns Hopkins October 27-28, 2017. Jeremy Greene and Gianna Pomata organized this international meeting to explore the triangulation of media, genre, and technology.