Events

We will be running a series of development workshops in 2018:

 

12-13 April 2018. Towards a Sensory History of the Modern Hospital workshop.

Provisional Programme:

Day 1: Sensory studies

13.00-13.45 – Arrival / hot lunch

13.45-14.00 – Introduction and aims of the day (Dr Victoria Bates, Bristol)

14.00-15.00 – Why?

  • Discussion: who are we, and why are we interested in the senses?

15.00-15.30 – Coffee

15.30-17.00 – How?

  • 15.30-16.15: Methods in the senses, space & health: papers and provocations by Dr Jayne Jeffries (Newcastle / Bristol) and Gina Page (McGill)
  • 16.15-17.00: Discussion on methods & approaches

17.00 – Final thoughts & wine reception

18.00 – End of day / check in at hotels

19.30 – Hotel guests to meet for dinner

 

Day 2: Senses, health & hospitals

09.00-09.15 – Arrival and coffee

09:15 – (Re)introduction and aims of the day (Dr Victoria Bates, Bristol)

9.30-10.15 – Research paper and discussion. Professor Jonathan Reinarz (Birmingham): The sensory history of burns units

10.15-10.30 – Coffee

10.30-11.45 – Short research talks on hospital senses and discussion: Marie Allitt (York), Natasha Feiner (Exeter), Sarrina Tursunova (University of Zurich), Dr Tamar Tembeck (McGill).

11.45-13.00 – Hospital garden walking tour, Dr Clare Hickman (Chester).

13.00-13.45 – Hot lunch

13.45-14.30 – Parallel interactive workshops. Stephanie Singer and Dr Catherine Lamont-Robinson (artists)

14.30-14.45 – Coffee

14.45-15.30 – Planning ahead. Collaborative publications and/or funding.

15.30 – 16.00 – Final thoughts and end of workshop.

 

To be confirmed: June 2018. Funding development workshop / writing retreat.

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