27. – 31. Mai 2024

Ethnopharmacologie appliquée, plantes médicinales et médecines du 21ème siècle


27 au 31 mai 2024 au Cloître des Récol­lets à Metz. 

„Ethnophar­ma­colo­gie appliquée, plantes médic­i­nales et médecines du 21ème siècle”
27 au 31 mai 2024 au Cloître des Récol­lets à Metz. 

Une journée col­loque com­prise dans les frais d’inscription con­sacrée aux champignons médic­in­aux clô­tur­era la semaine de for­ma­tion le same­di 1er juin 2024.

Les inscrip­tions sont désor­mais ouvertes ! Pour obtenir plus d’in­for­ma­tions sur le con­tenu détail­lé et les modal­ités d’in­scrip­tion, vous pou­vez con­sul­ter notre site inter­net.


11. – 12. Jun 2024

Ethnography for Healthcare Improvement Summer School


Orga­nized by the SAPPHIRE (Social Sci­ence APPlied Health & Improve­ment Research) research group at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Leicester

„Ethnog­ra­phy for Health­care Improve­ment Sum­mer School”
Orga­nized by the SAPPHIRE (Social Sci­ence APPlied Health & Improve­ment Research) research group at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Leicester
11th-12th July, 2024
Col­lege Court Leices­ter, UK.
Dead­line for appli­ca­tion 30th May 2024

This short course is designed for researchers and doc­tor­al stu­dents to crit­i­cal­ly engage with the the­o­ry and prac­tice of ethnog­ra­phy in health­care set­tings. Over 2 days, you will learn more about the use of ethnog­ra­phy for health­care improve­ment, from design­ing research to man­ag­ing improve­ment and eval­u­a­tion ten­sions, nav­i­gat­ing dif­fer­ent con­texts, reach­ing audi­ences and influ­enc­ing pol­i­cy and prac­tice. Addi­tion­al­ly, you will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to devel­op a net­work of fel­low prac­ti­tion­ers and researchers with shared method­olog­i­cal inter­ests, work with expe­ri­enced ethno­g­ra­phers as men­tors, and join an inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty of prac­tice around ethnog­ra­phy for health­care improvement.
The cost of the 2 day course, includ­ing all edu­ca­tion mate­ri­als and activ­i­ties, plus lunch and refresh­ments both days, is £650. Trans­port to and from the venue and accom­mo­da­tion at Col­lege Court is not includ­ed and should you wish to stay you will have to arrange this your­self. Fur­ther infor­ma­tion about accom­mo­da­tion at Col­lege Court will be made avail­able to del­e­gates in advance of the start of the course.
Reg­is­tra­tions are strict­ly lim­it­ed, and are now open at our site; book­ings will close 30th May 2024. A wait­ing list will be main­tained in the event of the course being over-subscribed. 

Please for­ward any ques­tions to Jen­nifer Creese, course lead:


12. – 14. Jun 2024

Summer School Social Study of Microbes


Sum­mer School at Cen­tre for the Social Study of Microbes Helsin­ki, Finnland

„Annu­al Sum­mer School on Microbes”
Cen­tre for the Social Study of Microbes (CSSM), Helsinki
12–14 June 2024
Dead­line: 31.03.2024

The CSSM is a hub for social sci­en­tists and artists con­duct­ing research on human-micro­bial rela­tions. Microbes are not only bio­log­i­cal enti­ties but also shape, and are shaped by, our social worlds. The Cen­tre aims to explore how rela­tion­ships with microbes raise pro­found chal­lenges for social the­o­ry, which demand new social sci­en­tif­ic lan­guage and method­olo­gies for describ­ing and explain­ing the com­plex and entwined rela­tion­ships between human and non­hu­man ani­mals, microbes, and the envi­ron­ment. Not only is this work the­o­ret­i­cal­ly moti­vat­ed, it is key to devel­op­ing sus­tain­able meth­ods of plan­e­tary co-exis­tence in the Anthropocene. 

At present, research on microbes – whether in social sci­ences or in life sci­ences and bio­med­i­cine – is under­go­ing dra­mat­ic changes. A boom of micro­bio­me research since the ear­ly 2000s has shown that microbes are vast­ly more abun­dant in the envi­ron­ment and inside our bod­ies than pre­vi­ous­ly thought. In con­trast to a Pas­teuri­an notion of bac­te­ria as mere­ly path­o­gen­ic, microbes are seen to have impor­tant sup­port­ing roles for health and well-being. Deficit of microbes is now asso­ci­at­ed with every­thing from men­tal health to autoim­mune dis­eases. There is also increas­ing aware­ness of microbes’ vital role in dif­fer­ent ecosys­tems and eco­log­i­cal rela­tions to the extent that imbal­anced micro­bial ecolo­gies are asso­ci­at­ed with glob­al warm­ing, soil deple­tion, and bio­di­ver­si­ty loss.

Recent con­tri­bu­tions from social sci­ences and phi­los­o­phy of biol­o­gy have chal­lenged the one-sided def­i­n­i­tion of microbes as path­o­gen­ic, propos­ing the advent of a ‘post-Pas­teuri­an age’ that takes into account their mul­ti­va­lent and con­text-spe­cif­ic nature. This shift in under­stand­ing human-microbe rela­tions is push­ing the emer­gence of new social forms such as fer­men­ta­tion, often anchored in cen­tu­ry-old prac­tices. These devel­op­ments high­light that microbes are not bio­log­i­cal objects only, and that we lack meth­ods and con­cepts that can account for the com­plex, mul­ti-scalar sets of prac­tices that char­ac­terise human-microbe relations.

The PhD school will last for three days 12–14 June 2024. The first two days will con­sist of group work, includ­ing the pre­sen­ta­tion and dis­cus­sion of pre-sub­mit­ted man­u­scripts, an inter­na­tion­al keynote lec­ture, and gen­er­al dis­cus­sions about the social study of microbes. On the third day, the par­tic­i­pants will take part in the CSSM Day when the expand­ed CSSM team comes togeth­er for inter­ac­tive ses­sions and con­ver­sa­tions regard­ing microbes.

We wel­come appli­ca­tions from PhD stu­dents inter­est­ed in the social study of microbes. Appli­cants from the Glob­al South and mem­bers of minori­ties are espe­cial­ly wel­come to apply.

Appli­ca­tions should contain:

- Cov­er let­ter with a state­ment of inter­est (max 1 page)
– Abstract of PhD project, includ­ing a reflec­tion on how the research project engages with the­o­ret­i­cal and/or method­olog­i­cal devel­op­ments for
the social study of microbes (max 2 pages)
– CV (max 2 pages)

Accept­ed par­tic­i­pants will be asked to sub­mit a paper or chap­ter draft (max 8.000 words) by May 29, 2024.
The appli­ca­tion should be sent as PDF to by March 31, 2024.
Suc­cess­ful appli­cants will be noti­fied lat­est by April 15, 2024.

Accom­mo­da­tion dur­ing the PhD school, lunch­es and the con­fer­ence din­ner, and trav­el to Helsin­ki are ful­ly cov­ered by CSSM. Please indi­cate in the cov­er let­ter if you do not need such eco­nom­ic support.
For more infor­ma­tion, please con­tact:


18. – 20. Jun 2024

Critical Anthropology and Global Health: Challenges and Possibilities


Med­ical Anthro­pol­o­gy Young Schol­ars Con­fer­ence (MAYS-MAE Net­work of EASA) in Bologna

„Crit­i­cal Anthro­pol­o­gy and Glob­al Health: Chal­lenges and Possibilities”
Orga­nized by MAYS-MAE Net­work of EASA
Bologna, IT
18–20 June

Sub­mit an abstract of no more than 350–500 words at the link below by April 8th and a paper of 3,000–5,000 words by June 1st. Noti­fi­ca­tions of accep­tance will be sent by the end of April. To cov­er basic expens­es, we ask for a 30 EUR par­tic­i­pa­tion fee for in-per­son participants.

In the CfP you’ll find the link to the Google­Form to sub­mit your abstract, the link is also pro­vid­ed here.

Please feel free to con­tact for any ques­tions:


2. – 5. Jul 2024

Intersectionality & Inclusion in Health


20th Bien­ni­al ESHMS con­fer­ence 2024

Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary con­fer­ence on „Inter­sec­tion­al­i­ty & Inclu­sion in Health”
Uni­ver­si­ty of Antwerp
2–5 July 2024
Dead­line: 31.01.2024

We invite sub­mis­sions for the upcom­ing ESHMS 2024 con­fer­ence focus­ing on health & med­ical soci­ol­o­gy, par­tic­u­lar­ly empha­siz­ing the theme „Inter­sec­tion­al­i­ty & Inclu­sion in Health.” Research in relat­ed domains is also welcomed. 

Sub­mis­sion deadline:
Jan­u­ary 31, 2024, via our online por­tal.


3. – 5. Jul 2024

Anthropological Contributions to SRHR Future(s): From Theory to Practice and Back


Trans­dis­ci­pli­nary con­fer­ence on sex­u­al repro­duc­tion and health rights (SRHR).

3–5 July, 2024
Uni­ver­si­ty of Ams­ter­dam (anthro­pol­o­gy department)


We are at a crit­i­cal junc­ture in time. Whilst sex­u­al and repro­duc­tive health and rights (SRHR) are increas­ing­ly threat­ened by con­ser­v­a­tive right-wing pol­i­tics, mul­ti­ple crises (human­i­tar­i­an, eco­nom­ic, envi­ron­men­tal), and per­sis­tent race, gen­der and class-based inequities, rapid tech­no­log­i­cal advances are cre­at­ing new oppor­tu­ni­ties for achiev­ing sex­u­al and repro­duc­tive health and jus­tice. Now more than ever, anthro­pol­o­gy can play a crit­i­cal role in strength­en­ing sex­u­al and repro­duc­tive well-being in the Glob­al South and North by inter­ro­gat­ing these threats, crises, injus­tices, and tech­no­log­i­cal devel­op­ments. Anthro­pol­o­gists can help for­mu­late more mean­ing­ful SRHR poli­cies, pro­grammes, and inter­ven­tions by pay­ing atten­tion to social rather than indi­vid­ual bod­ies, exam­in­ing the moral­i­ties at stake and imposed, and explor­ing the social lives of tech­nolo­gies. We con­tend, how­ev­er, that anthropology’s poten­tial is not ful­ly real­ized, because anthro­po­log­i­cal find­ings get lost in trans­la­tion when tran­si­tion­ing into poli­cies and prac­tices, and because of cer­tain blind spots amongst anthro­pol­o­gists, pub­lic health experts, SRHR prac­ti­tion­ers, NGO rep­re­sen­ta­tives, pol­i­cy­mak­ers and fun­ders alike. How can anthro­pol­o­gists col­lab­o­rate more effec­tive­ly with oth­er stake­hold­ers in SRHR? This con­fer­ence seeks to offer a plat­form to engage in pro­duc­tive trans­dis­ci­pli­nary con­ver­sa­tions to enhance anthro­po­log­i­cal con­tri­bu­tions to SRHR future(s).

Reg­is­tra­tion opens via the con­fer­ence web­site on Jan­u­ary 15th
Pre­sen­ta­tion and pan­el pro­pos­als are due by Feb­ru­ary 15th by e‑mail to our google­group.
Noti­fi­ca­tions will be sent mid-March.

We wel­come tra­di­tion­al paper and pan­el pro­pos­als as well as work­shops or exper­i­men­tal for­mats. Save the date and please cir­cu­late across your net­works (see flyer)! 

Con­fer­ence Call- AnthSRHRFuturesConf2024

Addi­tion­al details can be found online at 

On behalf of the orga­niz­ing committee:

Andie Thomp­son
Breg­je de Kok
Eri­ca van der Sijpt
Han­na Horváth
Jeroen Lorist
Sha­hana Siddiqui
Trudie Gerrits


3. – 5. Jul 2024

Anthropological Contributions to SRHR Future(s): From Theory to Practice and Back


A Trans­dis­ci­pli­nary Con­fer­ence, 3–5 July 2024, Uni­ver­si­ty of Ams­ter­dam, Netherlands

2. – 4. Sep 2024

Das Geschlecht der Medizin. Individualität in medizinischen Konzepten und Praktiken des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts


Tagung im Alfried Krupp Kol­leg in Greifswald 

„Das Geschlecht der Medi­zin. Indi­vid­u­al­ität in medi­zinis­chen Konzepten und Prak­tiken des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts”
2. bis 4. Sep­tem­ber 2024
Alfried Krupp Kol­leg Greifswald
Ein­sende­schluss für Abstracts 1. März 2024

Organ­i­sa­tion: Dr. Annal­isa Mar­tin, Prof. Dr. Annelie Rams­brock, Naima Tiné, M.A. (Lehrstuhl für All­ge­meine Geschichte der Neuesten Zeit, Uni­ver­sität Greifswald)

Die Geschichte der Medi­zin erlebt seit den 1980er Jahren eine Neuori­en­tierung: Wurde sie lange Zeit als his­toris­tis­che Erfol­gs­geschichte geschrieben, die sich aus ein­er Aneinan­der­rei­hung divers­er Ent­deck­un­gen durch (meist männliche) Ärzte speiste, find­et seit einiger Zeit eine kri­tis­che Auseinan­der­set­zung mit medi­zinis­chen Prak­tiken statt. Aktuelle Stu­di­en bele­gen, dass Diag­nos­tik, Behand­lung und Risikovorher­sage bei ein­er Vielzahl von Erkrankun­gen bedeut­same Geschlech­ter­dif­feren­zen zeigen. Dabei meint Geschlecht sowohl das biol­o­gis­che (sex) als auch das soziale (gen­der) Geschlecht und schließt ein Bewusst­sein für vielfältige geschlechtliche Iden­titäten und ihre lebensweltliche Rel­e­vanz mit ein, inklu­sive queere, trans und nicht­binäre Per­so­n­en. Zugle­ich ist die medi­zinis­che Forschung noch vielfach auf den männlichen Normkör­p­er zugeschnit­ten, berück­sichtigt also Geschlechteraspek­te sowie andere Diver­sitätsmerk­male nicht oder nur am Rande. Schließlich spie­len medi­zinis­che Gutacht­en nach wie vor eine bedeut­same Rolle beim Kampf um Anerken­nung von Tran­si­d­en­titäten, was zeigt: Geschlecht und Medi­zin sind aufs eng­ste miteinan­der ver­woben und ste­hen in einem rezipro­ken Ver­hält­nis zueinan­der: Medi­zin ist in vielfach­er Weise vergeschlechtlicht und umgekehrt find­et die Vergeschlechtlichung von Patient:innen durch medi­zinis­che Prak­tiken und Konzepte statt.

Die Tagung wählt dieses Ver­hält­nis als Flucht­punkt. Sie will die gesellschaftliche Dimen­sion von medi­zinis­chem Denken und Han­deln seit dem 19. Jahrhun­dert aus­loten und dementsprechend das Ver­hält­nis von Medi­zin und Geschlecht his­torisieren. Der Kör­p­er war stets ein umkämpftes Feld, sein sta­tus quo wed­er selb­stver­ständlich noch notwendig. Beson­ders für das 19. Jahrhun­dert gilt deshalb, dass ver­schiedene medi­zinis­che Konzepte und Prak­tiken par­al­lel zueinan­der existierten. Ein­er­seits machte die Zeit-Raum-Kom­pres­sion, d.h. die Verkürzung von Trans­port- und Kom­mu­nika­tion­swe­gen den glob­alen Trans­fer von Wis­sen über nationale, kul­turelle und sprach­liche Gren­zen hin­weg möglich und führte zur Ver­schmelzung, Aneig­nung und Neuord­nung von Wis­sen um Kör­p­er und Geschlecht. Ander­er­seits entwick­el­ten ver­schiedene poli­tis­che Strö­mungen unter­schiedliche Anforderun­gen an (geschlechtsspez­i­fis­che) Medi­zin. In Debat­ten der sozial­is­tis­chen Bewe­gung rund um Aus­beu­tung, Arbeits­be­din­gun­gen und Lohn rück­te der Kör­p­er und das Ide­al der kör­per­lichen Unversehrtheit in den Mit­telpunkt. Darüber hin­aus wurde die hege­mo­ni­ale Medi­zin sowohl in den Kolonien als auch in den europäis­chen Armen­vierteln gewalt­sam gegen den unter­drück­ten Kör­p­er durchge­set­zt und avancierte zu einem gängi­gen Herrschaftsin­stru­ment, das biopoli­tis­che Maß­nah­men natur­wis­senschaftlich legit­imierte. Damit wur­den geschlechtsspez­i­fis­che medi­zinis­che Hand­lungsparamter auch zum Gegen­stand bürg­er­lich­er, nation­al­is­tis­ch­er und impe­ri­al­is­tis­ch­er Poli­tik. Auch hier führte das dichotome Zwei-Geschlechter-Mod­ell zu unter­schiedlichen Anforderun­gen an den männlichen und weib­lichen Kör­p­er und trug zur Ver­fes­ti­gung dieses Mod­ells bei.
Mit unser­er Tagung wollen wir den the­o­retisch-method­is­chen Anspruch ein­er rekur­siv­en und kri­tis­chen Wis­sens­geschichte von Medi­zin und Geschlecht disku­tieren. Fol­gende Fragekom­plexe wären denkbar:

1. Ein erster Fragekom­plex befasst sich mit unter­schiedlichen Geschlechterkonzepten, die medi­zinis­che Strö­mungen prägten und die sie zugle­ich selb­st her­vor­bracht­en. Welche ontol­o­gis­chen Grun­dan­nah­men lagen ihnen jew­eils zugrunde und inwieweit spiegelte sich deren Wan­del­barkeit in Diag­nos­tik, Ther­a­pie und Forschung? Und umgekehrt: In welchem Maße tru­gen medi­zinis­che Hand­lungslogiken zu ein­er (De)Stabilisierung der Geschlechterord­nung als Fun­da­ment der (bürg­er­lichen) Gesellschaft bei?

2. Ein zweit­er Fragekom­plex zielt auf den Ein­fluss von Wirtschaft, Reli­gion und Poli­tik auf geschlechtsspez­i­fis­che medi­zinis­che Prak­tiken. In welchem Maße ver­schwamm die Bedeu­tung von Krankheit und Gesund­heit hin­ter gesellschaft­spoli­tis­chen Inter­essen, zu denen auch Impe­ri­al­is­mus und Kolo­nial­is­mus zu zählen sind?

3. Drit­tens soll es um die Autonomie der Patient:innen über medi­zinis­che Ein­griffe in ihren Kör­p­er gehen. Welche wis­senschaftlichen, aber auch sozialen und kul­turellen Entwick­lun­gen lancierten iden­titäts­be­zo­gene Ver­schiebun­gen im medi­zinis­chen Han­deln? Wie sah das konkrete Rin­gen um Deu­tung­shoheit über den eige­nen Kör­p­er in ver­schiede­nen antag­o­nis­tis­chen Kon­stel­la­tio­nen aus? Wer waren die Akteure solch­er Kämpfe und wo fan­den sie statt?

Die Kon­feren­zsprache ist vor­wiegend Deutsch, es kön­nen aber auch Beiträge in Englis­ch­er Sprache ein­gere­icht werden.

Bitte senden Sie Ihr Abstract (max­i­mal 300 Wörter) und eine Kurzbi­ogra­phie (50–100 Wörter) bis spätestens 1. März 2024 an Eine Bah­n­reise 2. Klasse, Flu­greise nach Absprache und die Unter­bringung kön­nen bei Bedarf über­nom­men werden.

Keynote 2. Sep­tem­ber: Prof. Dr. Karen Nolte (Hei­del­berg)

Pan­els 3.–4. September



5. – 6. Sep 2024

Post-Pandemic Imaginaries: Space, Culture and Memory After Lockdown


CFP for a forth­com­ing con­fer­ence organ­ised by the Cen­tre of Cul­ture and Every­day Life at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Liverpool

Con­fer­ence: „Post-Pan­dem­ic Imag­i­nar­ies: Space, Cul­ture and Mem­o­ry After Lockdown”
5th and 6th Sep­tem­ber 2024
Uni­ver­si­ty of Liv­er­pool, UK

Keynote speak­ers to be announced.

The Cen­tre for Cul­ture and Every­day Life (CCEL) invites con­tri­bu­tions to a two-day inter­dis­ci­pli­nary con­fer­ence explor­ing changes in the expe­ri­ence and imag­in­ing of every­day urban spaces fol­low­ing the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic. The aim of the con­fer­ence is to focus crit­i­cal atten­tion not on the impact of the pan­dem­ic and asso­ci­at­ed gov­ern­ment lock­downs, but on the process­es of reimag­in­ing, remem­ber­ing and remap­ping of every­day cul­ture and expe­ri­ence through a post-pan­dem­ic lens.
A key focus of enquiry are the real-and-imag­i­nary geo­gra­phies of every­day expe­ri­ences under lock­down where the imag­i­na­tion was put to work in ways that often elicit­ed het­ero­topic glimpses of a post-pan­dem­ic world that may, in the years since, have all but slipped into obliv­ion. Dur­ing lock­down, the ‘spa­tial play’ (Marin 1984) of the utopic imag­i­na­tion – the inter­play of hori­zons and fron­tiers as nego­ti­at­ed through forms of every­day social and spa­tial prac­tice – was gal­vanised by a col­lec­tive expe­ri­ence of space and time that trans­formed the affec­tive con­tours of every­day liv­ing. As phys­i­cal move­ments and inter­ac­tions were com­pressed into the indi­vid­u­alised land­scapes of lock­down, alter­na­tive, vir­tu­al forms of social and spa­tial rela­tion­ships were brought into play. Whether by ensconc­ing one­self in vir­tu­al spaces or by ven­tur­ing anew into the sud­den­ly depop­u­lat­ed land­scapes of local urban neigh­bour­hoods, recon­fig­ured forms of indi­vid­ual spa­tial agency brought with them a cor­re­spond­ing recon­fig­ur­ing of the every­day urban imaginary.
For some, dystopi­an sce­nar­ios famil­iar from lit­er­a­ture and film were off­set by small utopi­an moments: the impulse of plan­ners and city coun­cils to take the oppor­tu­ni­ty to engage cit­i­zens in reimag­in­ing urban space, moments of com­mu­ni­ty and togeth­er­ness amid the enforced sep­a­ra­tions, an absence of traf­fic noise and pol­lu­tion, and new­ly audi­ble bird­song. Videos shared online that showed wild ani­mals roam­ing the streets, and even memes ridi­cul­ing the notion that “nature is heal­ing”, may have even offered some momen­tary respite from ongo­ing cli­mate anx­i­ety. While for many peo­ple, con­fine­ment could be expe­ri­enced as chaot­ic, over­crowd­ed, and made work-time almost end­less, for oth­ers it opened up time to reflect, and to pause, to imag­ine how their lives might be otherwise.
If there was a utopi­an impulse amid the ter­rors of the pan­dem­ic, what did it look like, and what traces remain? Is there an eth­i­cal and aes­thet­ic imper­a­tive to sal­vage the resid­ual glimpses, frag­ments, dreams and imag­i­nar­ies engen­dered by the pan­dem­ic? In what ways, if any, did the pro­ject­ed imag­in­ings of post-pan­dem­ic urban futures con­tribute to sub­stan­tive changes that are dis­cernible now, four years on? How are the lived spaces and tem­po­ral­i­ties of cities qual­i­ta­tive­ly dif­fer­ent today from what they were in 2019? Are they dif­fer­ent or was it all just a blip? What traces of pan­dem­ic behav­iour and expe­ri­ence remain in our dai­ly inter­ac­tions? Has the pan­dem­ic brought about a keen­er aware­ness and val­ue of the local? How did art and pho­tog­ra­phy respond to the tem­po­rary trans­for­ma­tion of pub­lic and social space? How have forms of every­day mobil­i­ty changed? Are there post-pan­dem­ic spa­tial sto­ries that reveal a trans­for­ma­tion in how peo­ple engage with and imag­ine every­day urban spaces? And if there are, what do these spa­tial sto­ries look like? What do they say and how might they be traced or mapped? What does re-engag­ing the every­day mean in a post-pan­dem­ic world?

We wel­come pro­pos­als address­ing these issues from schol­ars at all career stages and a wide range of dis­ci­plines and backgrounds.
Abstract Sub­mis­sion: Please send abstracts (300 words max.) with your name, title, affil­i­a­tion (where appro­pri­ate) and a short bio (up to 200 words).
Please pre­pare for a 20 minute presentation.
by 10 May 2024 to the con­fer­ence orga­niz­ers:
Noti­fi­ca­tions of accep­tance will be sent out by 7th June 2024.


9. – 11. Sep 2024

Interdisciplinarity: Medical Humanities and Research at the intersections of the Humanities, the Social Sciences, Clinical Practice and Biomedicine


Med­ical Human­i­ties Inter­na­tion­al Sum­mer School 2024 in Vad­ste­na, Sweden

„Inter­dis­ci­pli­nar­i­ty: Med­ical Human­i­ties and Research at the inter­sec­tions of the Human­i­ties, the Social Sci­ences, Clin­i­cal Prac­tice and Biomedicine”
Med­ical Human­i­ties Inter­na­tion­al Sum­mer School 2024
Orga­nized by The Cen­tre for Med­ical Human­i­ties and Bioethics (Linköping Uni­ver­si­ty) and the Insti­tute for Med­ical Human­i­ties (Durham University)
Vad­ste­na, Sweden
9–11 Sep­tem­ber 2024
Dead­line: 12th March

What does inter­dis­ci­pli­nar­i­ty in med­ical human­i­ties mean? What are the epis­te­mo­log­i­cal under­pin­nings of dif­fer­ent inter­dis­ci­pli­nary ways of engag­ing in med­ical human­i­ties research? What are the chal­lenges and pos­si­bil­i­ties in inter­dis­ci­pli­nary research at the inter­sec­tion between the human­i­ties, the social sci­ences, clin­i­cal research, and bio­med­i­cine? These are some of the ques­tions that will be explored in this Med­ical Human­i­ties Sum­mer School aimed at PhD stu­dents in med­ical human­i­ties, social sci­ences, and med­i­cine, and with an inter­est in inter­dis­ci­pli­nary research. 

For infor­ma­tion about prac­ti­cal details, bur­saries, and how to apply please vis­it: .


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Vergangene Konferenzen


05. Apr - 07. Apr 2024

Gesundheit global. Politisch – medizinisch – ökonomisch – ethisch


Evangelischen Akademie Tutzing

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24. Mrz - 26. Mrz 2024



A conference of the Swedish Anthropological Associations/SANT

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08. Mrz 2024

More-than-human freedom


2024 zine conference

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01. Mrz - 03. Mrz 2024

Geschichte der Psychoanalyse der International Psychoanalytic University (IPU)


International Psychoanalytic University (IPU) (Berlin, Germany)

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01. Mrz 2024

CfP Vienna Anthropology Days 2024


University of Vienna, Dept. of Social & Cultural Anthropology NIG

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