CFP: Chronicity and Crisis: Time in the Medical Humanities

January 24, 2019

International Conference co-sponsored by the Montclair State University Medical Humanities Program and the Waiting Times Research Group (a Wellcome Trust funded research project based at the Universities of Exeter and Birbeck, London, UK) To be held at Montclair State University (Montclair, New … Continued

CFS: Sonic South 2019 Contest

December 17, 2018

From the project manager: The Southern Oral History Program (SOHP), housed at the Center for the Study of the American South at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, invites artists, composers, audio/radio producers, writers, and community members to use … Continued

CFP: 2019 Minority Health Conference

November 13, 2018

  Submit an abstract to the 2019 Minority Health Conference! The Minority Student Caucus at The University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health invites you to submit an abstract to display a poster at the 40th Annual Minority Health … Continued

LMC Spring 2019 Courses Available

October 30, 2018

Every semester, health humanities courses are offered throughout different departments of UNC for students to take. The new list of health humanities courses is now updated and available through this link. All of the courses listed on the page qualify … Continued

Capitano Reflects on Tom Bush’s Grand Rounds

October 30, 2018

As positive press about recent lows in unemployment circulate in the U.S., there is in fact one profession that exceeds all others in job availability and will continue to do so through the year 2022. According to Tom Bush, Assistant … Continued

CFP: BSLS Winter Symposium 2018: Environments of Literature and Science

October 16, 2018

Visit the British Society of Literature and Science’s website. Date: Saturday 24th November 2018 (10:00 – 18:00) Location: Cardiff University Organisers: Joan Passey (Exeter, jp374@exeter.ac.uk), Louise Benson-James (Bristol, louise.bensonjames@bristol.ac.uk), Jim Scown (Cardiff, scownj@cardiff.ac.uk) Keynote: ‘Biggish Data: Friedrich Engels, Material Ecology, and Victorian Data’ by John Parham, University … Continued