Contemporary Women’s Writing and the Medical Humanities (3)

Contemporary Women’s Writing and the Medical Humanities (3)
Date
20 October 2020, 5.30pm - 7.00pm
Type
Seminar
Venue
Online
Description

Image: The Placenta Rainbow, Wellcome Collection CC BY 4.0


CCWW PGR/ECR Online Seminar Series

All are invited to attend the Centre’s second PGR online seminar series entitled 'Women’s Writing and the Medical Humanities'. This series examines engagements with healthcare, medical innovation, and ethics in contemporary women’s writing. It spotlights how a diverse range of contemporary women’s writing (spanning fiction, philosophy, life-writing, and many other genres) is engaging with central questions concerning public health at the intersections of the humanities and medical science and practice.  

Seminar Three

Death and Mourning


Jordan McCullough (Queen’s University Belfast): ‘Parenting the Deceased Child in Sophie Daull’s Camille, mon envolée (2015)’
 
Tamarin Norwood (Loughborough): ‘Something from Nothing? Constructing a narrative when a baby dies at birth’

Cristina Robu (Indiana): ‘Mourning the Living’ 

Programme, including abstracts and bios (pdf)

The seminar will be held in English.


 
All are welcome to attend this free event, at 17:30 BST. You will need to register in advance to receive the online event joining link. Please click on the Book Now button below to register.

Download guidance on participating in an online event (pdf)


Contact

Benjamin Dalton
Womenmedhums2020@gmail.com
020 7862 8738