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Modernism’s Chronic Conditions Temporality, Medicine, and Disorders of the Self

Coutts, Marion. 2015. 'Modernism’s Chronic Conditions Temporality, Medicine, and Disorders of the Self'. In: Modernism’s Chronic Conditions Temporality, Medicine, and Disorders of the Self. University of Exeter, United Kingdom 17 April 2015. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Modernism’s Chronic Conditions
Temporality, Medicine, and Disorders of the Self
Modernism’s Chronic Conditions
Temporality, Medicine, and Disorders of the Self
Friday 17th April, 2015
SPEAKERS
Marion Coutts, author of The Iceberg (Goldsmiths)
Prof Lois Oppenheim (Montclair State University)
Dr Lisa Baraitser (Birkbeck)
Prof Jeremy Holmes (University of Exeter) Jonathan Heron (University of Warwick) Dr Kirsty Martin (University of Exeter) Prof Zoe Playdon (University of London)
RESPONDENTS
Prof Alan Bleakley (University of Falmouth) Prof Chris Code (University of Exeter) Prof Paul Dieppe (Exeter Medical School) Dr Joanne Winning (Birkbeck)
ABOUT THE EVENT
This workshop brings together scholars, creative practitioners, medical educators, and clinicians concerned with disorders of the embodied mind, to consider how artistic modernism might offer specific resources for understanding what it means to live with conditions which resist narrative shapes of closure and completion.
This workshop is the first event organized by the AHRC funded network
‘Modernism, Medicine and the Embodied Mind: Investigating Disorders of the Self

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Art

Dates:

DateEvent
17 April 2015Completed

Event Location:

University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Date range:

17 April 2015

Item ID:

21115

Date Deposited:

22 Sep 2017 09:19

Last Modified:

09 Jul 2018 15:45

URI: http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/21115

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