Workshop: British Phenomenology – Embodied Subjects
- Wed 13 Jun 2018
- 9:45 am
Workshop: Embodied Subjects: Phenomenology, Literature, and the Health Humanities
This workshop gathers philosophers, literary scholars, phenomenologists, and practitioners to discuss the significance of embodiment for the health humanities. This is a one-day event, supported by the British Society for Phenomenology, geared towards reflecting on a variety of issues and themes at the intersection of medicine and the humanities. The workshop will be of value to anyone interested in medicine, the brain, mental health, philosophy, literature, international health cultures, and current research on the health humanities.
Dr Christopher Eagle: Senior Lecturer in Health Humanities, Emory University.
Dr Jan Halák: Philosopher: Palacký University Olomouc.
Ms Verity James: Philosopher, Practitioner, Poet, Criminal Justice Caseworker at One25.
Ms Moujan Mirdamadi: PhD Candidate, Lancaster University.
Prof. Raymond Tallis: Doctor, Philosopher, Poet, Novelist, NHS Emeritus.
Admission is £20 for waged and £10 for unwaged. For more information and for registration, click here.