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Seminars and Conference

Traumatextualities

FINAL CALL Traumatextualities: Trauma in the clinical, arts and humanities contexts
5th - 7th September, 2014, University of Nottingham, UK

Following the huge success of the 2010 and 2012 IHHN conferences in Nottingham and New Jersey (USA), Nottingham Health Humanities and the ICSPCRR (International Consortium for the Study of Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation) are pleased to announce the 3rd IHHN conference, to be held in Nottingham.

With the centenary of WW1, the occasion to reflect on the broader realities of conflicts and their traumas is of paramount importance. We are looking for papers that will engage with the topics of war, conflict, trauma, PTSD, among others, in a diverse array of contexts, past or present, military and non-military. Papers should have an interdisciplinary approach and serve as the interface between Health and Humanities contexts.

We seek submission of abstracts for 20-30 minutes presentations on, but not limited to:

Please submit proposals to: charlotte.l.baker@nottingham.ac.uk by 30th July

Contact details

Charley Baker
email: charlotte.l.baker@nottingham.ac.uk

Call for Papers

We seek submission of abstracts for 20-30 minutes presentations, 1hour symposia, poster presentations on, but not limited to: Trauma in Literature and the arts/ PTSD/ History of Conflict and War/ Individual experiences

Past Seminars and Conference

Second International Health Humanities Conference: Music, Health, and Humanity

The Colleges of the Arts and of the Humanities and Social Sciences at Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA, hosted the Second International Health Humanities Conference from Thursday-Saturday, 9, 10, 11 August, 2012.

The 1st International Health Humanities Conference

The 1st International Health Humanities Conference – In August 2010 the Institute of Mental Health and the Madness and Literature Network HOSTED the 1st International Health Humanities Conference, the theme of which was Madness and Literature.

Conference Resources

Talking Heads - Gaylan Nazhad, Company Director, TAMFiLM

Research Seminars Podcasts

Professor Paul Crawford - Dark Madness Revisited

Professor Mark Johnson - The Colour of Madness

Charley Baker - On The Borderline? - December 2009

Professor Patricia Duncker - On Writing Hallucinating Foucault - December 2009

Patrick Gale - Madness and Creativity - May 2009

Paul Crawford - Creativity and Mental Illness - May 2009

Paul Sayer - Creativity and Mental Illness - May 2009

First Madness and Literature Network Seminar

First Madness and Literature Network Seminar (Full version)