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Body, Corporeality and Identity (Programme Announced and Registrations Now Open,Durham, May 2012)

Body, Corporeality and Identity

A One-day Postgraduate, Multidisciplinary Workshop With Keynote Speaker PROF. CHRIS SHILLING (Kent University)

Durham University Saturday 19th May 2012, 9.30 – 4.00pm

At Durham University, workshops have explored human sensory experience and engagement with the material world, audiences and corporeal displays and what it is to be human. Continuing this innovation and momentum, this workshop builds on the wider international debate on Body Theory and creates a multidisciplinary, environment for postgraduates and early career researchers to discuss crucial themes in the study of the body.

This workshop aims to bring together postgraduates from disciplines across the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences (anthropology, archaeology, economics, geography, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion and sociology) and discuss their material and theoretical approach to the study of the human body.

For more info, follow the link below to the Durham Centre for Medical Humanities blog.

Body, Corporeality and Identity (Programme Announced and Registrations Now Open,Durham, May 2012).

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One comment on “Body, Corporeality and Identity (Programme Announced and Registrations Now Open,Durham, May 2012)

  1. Dr Satendra Singh
    25 April, 2012

    Congratulations on launching LCMH website

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