The Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities is delighted to announce the following programme of events, to which all are welcome:

Monday November 5th, 5.00-6.00: Claire Jones (Director, Museum of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of Leeds) – ‘From Mancles to Microscopes: Exploring and Accessing the Material Culture of Medicine at Leeds’.

Monday November 12th, 5.00-6.00: Ria Cheyne (Education Studies, Liverpool Hope University) – ‘Can Love Heal All Wounds? Disability and Cure in Popular Romance Novels’.

Tuesday November 20th, 4.00-6.00: Collaboration workshop with Medical Humanities Centre, Durham University.

Monday November 26th, 5.00-6.00: Alice Hall (English and Related Literatures, University of York) ‘Disability Aesthetics: “Shameless Beauty” in Toni Morrison’s Fiction and Criticism’.

All events will take place in the LCMH, basement, School of English, Cavendish Road.

Please see here for details of an associated Leeds Salon event, Autism and Human Variation, taking place as part of the 2012 Leeds Love Arts Festival, White Cloth Gallery, 24-26 Aire Street, on Monday October 22nd, 6.30.8.30.

For more details on any of these events, contact Stuart Murray or visit the  Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities Blog


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