Call for Reviews

Call for Review: ‘The Restless Compendium: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Rest and its Opposites’ by Felicity Callard, Kimberley Staines, and James Wilkes.

We are looking for an interdisciplinary researcher to review The Restless Compendium: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Rest and its Opposites (Callard, Staines, and Wilkes, 2016). Further information about the themes under study can be found at Palgrave.  This interdisciplinary book contains 22 essays and interventions on rest and restlessness, silence and noise, relaxation and Read more…

Call for Reviews

Call for Review: ‘The Cognitive Humanities: Embodied Mind in Literature and Culture’ edited by Peter Garratt

We are delighted to offer The Cognitive Humanities: Embodied Mind in Literature and Culture (Garratt, 2016) for review. Further information about the themes under study and the contributing authors can be found at Palgrave Macmillan.  This book identifies the ‘cognitive humanities’ with new approaches to literature and culture that engage with recent theories of the Read more…

Opportunities

Three Doctoral Fellowships in Medicine and the Humanities (Call for applicants, Mainz, Germany)

As part of the German Research Foundation (DFG) funded research training group “Life Sciences, Life Writing: Experiences at the Boundaries of Human Life between Biomedical Explanation and Lived Experience” (GRK 2015/1), the University of Mainz and the Mainz University Clinic are jointly inviting applications for three doctoral fellowships. At the Read more…

Call for Papers

Cognitive Futures in the Humanities 2016 (CfP, University of Helsinki, 13-15 June 2016)

Organisers: Merja Polvinen Karin Kukkonen In cooperation with: Department of Modern Languages, University of Helsinki Federation of Finnish Learned Societies Confirmed plenary speakers: Peter Garratt (Durham) Pirjo Lyytikäinen (Helsinki) Anne Mangen (Stavanger) Jean-Marie Schaeffer (CNRS) Deirdre Wilson (UCL) Building on the conferences associated with the network Cognitive Futures in the Read more…

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