Call for Review: ‘Phenomenology of Illness’ by Havi Carel

The Centre for Medical Humanities is delighted to offer Phenomenology of Illness (Havi Carel, 2016) for review, which positions illness as a philosophical tool. Further information about the themes under study can be found at Oxford University Press. Expressions of interest are welcome from across the medical humanities. The experience of illness is a universal and substantial part of Read more…

6th Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable Understanding Disease and Illness (CfP, Conference, Bristol, 10-11 August 2015)

6th Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable Understanding Disease and Illness August 10-11, 2015 University of Bristol Keynote speakers: Rachel Cooper (Lancaster) and Trish Greenhalgh (Oxford). This two-day conference continues a series of philosophy of medicine meetings at University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2005 and 2008, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, in 2009, Read more…

6th Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable Understanding Disease and Illness (CfP, Conference, Bristol, Aug 10-11 2015)

6th Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable Understanding Disease and Illness August 10-11, 2015 University of Bristol Keynote speakers: Rachel Cooper (Lancaster) and Trish Greenhalgh (Oxford). This two-day conference continues a series of philosophy of medicine meetings at University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2005 and 2008, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, in 2009, Read more…

Phenomenology and Health (CfP, Interdisciplinary Symposium, Oxford, 27-28 March 2015)

Phenomenology and Health: An Interdisciplinary Symposium The Inaugural Conference of the Oxford Phenomenology Network TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) University of Oxford, 27-28 March 2015 This two-day symposium seeks to explore the interrelations between phenomenology and health from a wide variety of perspectives. We aim to stimulate Read more…

Silent body – Speaking mind: how to transcend this schism? Anna Luise Kirkengen & Eline Thornquist (Seminar, University of Bristol, 24 September 2013)

University of Bristol Philosophy of Medicine & Medical Humanities Seminars 2013-14 Silent body – Speaking mind: how to transcend this schism? Anna Luise Kirkengen MD PhD1, Eline Thornquist PhD2 Tuesday 24 September, 5.00-6.30 Room G16, Cotham House, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol (1) General Practice Research Unit, Department of Read more…