Book Review

‘A Body of Work: An Anthology of Poetry and Medicine' reviewed by Ashleigh Blackwood

A Body of Work: An Anthology of Poetry and Medicine edited by Corinna Wagner and Andy Brown (Bloomsbury,2016) Following our initial call for clinical and academic reviews of ‘A Body of Work,' Dr Ashleigh Blackwood offers her perspective as a post-doctoral researcher. You can see the accompanying review offered by Dr Marion Lynch here.  On ThomasRead more…

Exhibitions,Performances and Screenings

PASSAGE: a contemporary music album and poetry collection on life after birth

Founders/Lead Artists/Curators of  Project AfterBirth write: This week marks the release of PASSAGE;a ground-breaking new contemporary music album by British artist and curator duo Mila Oshin and Kris Jager (aka Drunk With Joy) vwin刀塔about their two extremely opposed experiences of birth and new parenthood,the first of which left OshinRead more…

Exhibitions,Performances and Screenings

Self-portrait without Breasts (Poetry reading,King's College London,24 Feb 2015)

Self-portrait without Breasts 18.30 Tuesday 24 February 2015 Nash Theatre King's College London,Strand Campus WC2R 2LS Clare Best presents poems from her autobiographical poem cycle Self-portrait without Breasts alongside photographs by Laura Stevens.Free event,but booking required: http://selfportrait.eventbrite.co.uk For more vwin刀塔about the project please visit the web site.

Announcements

First Hub Residency at Wellcome Collection to be led by CMH staff member Felicity Callard with CMH Affiliate Charles Fernyhough in Core Team

The Centre for 徳赢电子竞技Medical Humanities (CMH) is delighted to announce that first two-year £1m residency of The Hub at Wellcome Collection will be led by Dr Felicity Callard (Senior Lecturer in CMH and the Department of Geography),with Prof Charles Fernyhough (CMH Affiliate) as one of the core team (alongRead more…

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