The Birkbeck Medical Humanities Reading Group will meet on 25th October 2018, 3.00-4.30 pm, in the Keynes Library, 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD, to consider contested, chronic, and invisible health conditions.
This session is being held to mark the launch of the Contested Conditions film screening series, which begins with Todd Haynes’ SAFE at the Birkbeck Cinema on 19th October (book your free ticket here). You are, of course, very welcome to attend either event without committing to both.
Anna Mollow, ‘No Safe Place’, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Vol. 39, No. 1/2, SAFE (Spring/Summer 2011), pp.188-199
Johanna Hedva, ‘Sick Woman Theory’, Mask Magazine (January 2016). Available at: http://www.maskmagazine.com/not-again/struggle/sick-woman-theory
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the Mollow article (include your Dropbox-linked email address if you have one).
Everyone is welcome at the reading group. There is no need to book.
The Birkbeck Medical Humanities Reading Group aims to create a space in which academics, clinicians and students can come together to explore key readings, ideas and materials in the field of medical humanities. Our endeavour is to find ways of talking across the different disciplines of the humanities and medicine, and we welcome participation from colleagues and students interested and engaged in these areas.
For details of previous sessions, please click here.