Farewell to the CMH Blog

Founding Editor Angela Woods writes… It’s the end of era! Eight years and over 2500 posts later, the Centre for Medical Humanities blog is shutting up shop. In it’s place and launching tomorrow, Thursday 14 September, a new site called The Polyphony  will publish essays, reviews and provocations from across Read more…

Keynote Speakers Confirmed: Inaugural Congress of Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research (Conference, Durham, 14-15 September 2017)

NNMHR is delighted to announce two keynote speakers for its Inaugural Congress on 14-15 September in Durham. Ericka Johnson and Kristin Zeiler (Linköping University, Sweden) will jointly present “Embodiment, Materiality and Normativity in Medical Humanities”, bringing in insights from their respective areas of expertise: feminist phenomenology and feminist technoscience studies. The Northern Network for Read more…

Palgrave Communications – special issue launch: ‘On balance: lifestyle, mental health and wellbeing’

Palgrave Communications, the multi-disciplinary open access journal published by Palgrave Macmillan, is excited to announce the launch of a special issue, ‘On balance: lifestyle, mental health and wellbeing’. This issue is edited by Dr Ali Haggett (Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter, UK). During the twentieth and early twenty-first Read more…