Veranstaltungen

Workshop

11. – 26. Feb 2024

Ethics seminars for 2024

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Offered by the St. André Inter­na­tion­al Cen­ter for Ethics and Integri­ty (France)

St. André Inter­na­tion­al Cen­ter for Ethics and Integri­ty is pleased to announce the fol­low­ing Ethics sem­i­nars for 2024

Ethics of End-of-Life Care: Con­tri­bu­tions from the Arts and Human­i­ties (Feb­ru­ary 11–17, 2024, in Rome, Italy)

Ethics Edu­ca­tors Work­shop (Sep­tem­ber 16–20, 2024, in Rochefort du Gard, near Avi­gnon, France) 

Bioethics Col­lo­qui­um (Sep­tem­ber 23–26, 2024, in Rochefort du Gard, near Avi­gnon, France)

Health Care Ethics: Catholic Per­spec­tives (Octo­ber 22–26, 2024, in Rochefort du Gard, near Avi­gnon, France)

More info here

If you are inter­est­ed in par­tic­i­pat­ing or have ques­tions about the sem­i­nars, please con­tact Dr. Jos Welie MA, MMeds, JD, PhD, FACD direct­ly: info[at]saintandre.org.

Fly­er-StAI­CEI 2024 seminars

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23. – 26. Mai 2024

Transition in Health

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Work­shop at VANDA (Vien­na Anthro­pol­o­gy Days)

Work­shop „Tran­si­tion in Health”
VANDA (Vien­na Anthro­pol­o­gy Days) Con­fer­enceni in Vienna
Sep­tem­ber 23–26, 2024
Orga­nized by Eva-Maria Knoll & Mal­go­rza­ta Rajtar
Dead­line: 01.06.2024

Anthro­pol­o­gy has long been pre­oc­cu­pied with tran­si­tion. Tran­si­tions, famous­ly cap­tured by Van Gennep’s “rites of pas­sage” or Turner’s con­cept of “lim­i­nal­i­ty”, punc­tu­ate human life, which is embed­ded in cul­ture and soci­ety. Tran­si­tion may also serve as a lens to ana­lyze change and adap­ta­tion in soci­ety (e.g. Hasan 2023) and was exten­sive­ly used in the con­text of post­so­cial­ism (e.g. Buyan­del­geriyn 2008). Build­ing on this long-stand­ing tra­di­tion of anthro­po­log­i­cal engage­ment with the con­cept of tran­si­tion, this work­shop invites social sci­ence, in par­tic­u­lar ethno­graph­ic con­tri­bu­tions focus­ing on spa­tial, struc­tur­al, and tem­po­ral aspects of tran­si­tions in the med­ical field. In med­i­cine, tran­si­tion is e.g. under­stood as a “mul­ti-dimen­sion­al process, involv­ing patients, care­givers, providers, and the med­ical sys­tem as a whole” (Cheng et al. 2021). Due to the devel­op­ment of med­ical tech­nolo­gies and treat­ment modal­i­ties, an increas­ing num­ber of peo­ple with chron­ic and/or rare dis­eases reach adult­hood and expe­ri­ence a tran­si­tion from pedi­atric to adult care (Jae 2018). In some instances, this is unchart­ed ter­ri­to­ry for both patients and care providers. Tran­si­tions, as pas­sages of change, may also be expe­ri­enced on a mun­dane lev­el by patients who change their dietary and/or drug reg­i­mens or by health per­son­nel who climb the med­ical career lad­der. We encour­age ethno­graph­i­cal­ly ground­ed analy­ses that address both large-scale tran­si­tions and mun­dane moments of tran­si­tion in health and health­care. We are also inter­est­ed in papers exam­in­ing failed tran­si­tions or tran­si­tions that had to be abandoned. 

Details: https://vanda.univie.ac.at/call-for-papers/

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4. – 6. Jun 2024

Writing Workshop Healthy Life, Happy Life: Immigration and Health in Post-Pandemic Times

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Cfp for a writ­ing Work­shop at Ca’ Fos­cari Uni­ver­si­ty of Venice

CALL FOR PAPERS
Anthro­pol­o­gy Sum­mer Writ­ing Workshop
June 4–6, 2024
„Healthy Life, Hap­py Life: Immi­gra­tion and Health in Post-Pan­dem­ic Times”

Near­ly four years have passed since the out­break of the Covid-19 pan­dem­ic. Immi­grant com­mu­ni­ties have been some of the most affect­ed pop­u­la­tions with regards to expo­sure to the virus, infec­tion, dis­ease, death, eco­nom­ic dis­lo­ca­tion, stress, racism, as well as long-term trau­ma. These impacts echo what med­ical anthro­pol­o­gists have spot­light­ed about the social pro­duc­tion of sick­ness, social suf­fer­ing, and oth­er health con­se­quences of struc­tur­al vio­lence. Yet, a sig­nif­i­cant cor­pus of work has also high­light­ed immi­grants’ resilient sub­jec­tiv­i­ty and resis­tance to struc­tur­al inequal­i­ties in their every­day pro­duc­tion and man­age­ment of health through self-care, alter­na­tive health­care pro­vi­sions, and transna­tion­al social net­works, among oth­er strate­gies. These immi­grant sub­jects envi­sion, prac­tice, and nego­ti­ate for „good” health and for a „good” life while nav­i­gat­ing social, struc­tur­al, and mate­r­i­al con­straints in the intri­ca­cies of their lived expe­ri­ences amid com­plex and some­times ambigu­ous pow­er dynamics.
Our three-day writ­ing work­shop focus­es on ongo­ing anthro­po­log­i­cal work at the inter­sec­tion of migra­tion, health, and hap­pi­ness. We endeav­or to inves­ti­gate how immi­grants with their own sets of iden­ti­ties per­ceive their bod­ies and man­age their health in pur­suit of a good, hap­py life in post-pan­dem­ic times. Towards this end, we invite sub­mis­sions from anthro­pol­o­gists whose ethno­graph­ic stud­ies explore post-pan­dem­ic trans­for­ma­tions among immi­grants in under­stand­ing health and hap­pi­ness across local and transna­tion­al con­texts. Papers explor­ing the fol­low­ing ques­tions are espe­cial­ly wel­come: (1) Has the pan­dem­ic impact­ed immi­grants’ per­cep­tions of health’s role in the pur­suit of hap­pi­ness and a good life? (2) How do immi­grants re-envi­sion and rene­go­ti­ate both health and hap­pi­ness while nav­i­gat­ing post-pan­dem­ic uncer­tain­ty, pre­car­i­ty, and inequal­i­ties? (3) How do immi­grants’ health prac­tices and health­care encoun­ters since the pan­dem­ic affect these biopo­lit­i­cal sub­jects’ belong­ing and iden­ti­ty mak­ing? (4) What role has the pan­dem­ic and recov­ery played in immi­grants’ sense of health and hap­pi­ness in their new nation of settlement? 

Work­shop Overview:

This Anthro­pol­o­gy Sum­mer Writ­ing Work­shop is sup­port­ed by the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion Marie Curie Indi­vid­ual Fel­low­ship. It will be host­ed by Ca’ Fos­cari Uni­ver­si­ty of Venice in Italy on June 4–6, 2024.
Each par­tic­i­pant will pre-cir­cu­late their work­ing paper and have their work dis­cussed by fel­low par­tic­i­pants in a sup­port­ive envi­ron­ment. These papers will be even­tu­al­ly con­sid­ered for a jour­nal spe­cial issue orga­nized around the work­shop topic.
To bet­ter facil­i­tate this writ­ing work­shop in the for­mat of small-group dis­cus­sion, we encour­age appli­ca­tions from par­tic­i­pants who are able to ful­ly attend this three-day work­shop in person. 

Con­venors:

Grazia Deng, Euro­pean Com­mis­sion Marie Curie Fel­low, Ca’ Fos­cari Uni­ver­si­ty of Venice
Andrea Flo­res, Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor, Brown University 

Time­lines:

Dead­line for abstracts sub­mis­sion: Jan­u­ary 19, 2024
Announce­ment of accep­tance: Feb­ru­ary 2, 2024
Dead­line for paper sub­mis­sion: May 3, 2024
Work­shop dates: June 4–6, 2024. 

Appli­ca­tion:

To apply, please sub­mit an abstract of no more than 250 words as well as a short bio of no more than 100 words by Jan­u­ary 19, 2024. Abstracts can be sub­mit­ted online at 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1SlbJz2eEpmIWguLi59swwjcdy6xaOsxlmWK-Wk-HRMc/prefill

Please note that par­tic­i­pants have to arrange their own trav­els and accom­mo­da­tion. No trav­el grants are avail­able. Lunch­es and cof­fee will be provided. 

For ques­tions, please email Grazia Deng (graziadeng@gmail.com) or Andrea Flo­res (andrea_flores@brown.edu).

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12. – 15. Jun 2024

Healing Ecologies and Medical Diversity: Ethnographic Approaches to Wellbeing

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Sapien­za Uni­ver­si­ty of Rome

5. – 6. Jul 2024

Marburger Gespräche zur Alten Heilkunde

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Jahre­str­e­f­fen der „Mar­burg­er Gespräche zur Alten Heilkunde“ (MGAH)

3. Jahre­str­e­f­fen der „Mar­burg­er Gespräche zur Alten Heilkunde“ (MGAH)
05. und 06. Juli 2024
Land­grafen­saal des Hes­sis­chen Staat­sarchivs Mar­burg (Friedrich­splatz 15, 35037 Marburg)

Pro­gramm:

DEUTSCH
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ENGLISCH
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Bitte teilen Sie Adam Howe (ag-mgah@staff.uni-marburg.de) mit Hil­fe des Anmelde­for­mu­la­rs bis spätestens *07. Juni 2024* mit, ob wir mit Ihrer Teil­nahme rech­nen dürfen.

Alle For­mu­la­re und Infor­ma­tio­nen find­en Sie auch auf unser­er Web­site: https://www.uni-marburg.de/de/fb16/igphmr/mgah/jahrestreffen

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6. – 20. Jul 2024

Research-creation: critique, care and collaboration through creative practice

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Vri­je Uni­ver­siteit Ams­ter­dam Sum­mer School

„Research-cre­ation: cri­tique, care and col­lab­o­ra­tion through cre­ative practice”
VU Ams­ter­dam Sum­mer School
8–19 July

The course is aimed at sup­port­ing advanced Bach­e­lor stu­dents and first year Mas­ter stu­dents. It will be taught in person/on cam­pus and car­ries a study load of 3 ECTS.
For those unfa­mil­iar with the term, research-cre­ation is an approach to research that engages artis­tic expres­sion, schol­ar­ly inves­ti­ga­tion, curios­i­ty, and exper­i­men­ta­tion. In prac­tice, this means that research top­ics are select­ed and explored through a cre­ation process, such as the pro­duc­tion of a film or video, per­for­mance or instal­la­tion, sound-work, zine, or mul­ti­me­dia arts/texts.
This sum­mer, the course will have a spe­cial focus on rela­tion­ships, men­tal health, con­flict in col­lab­o­ra­tions, and the messi­ness of co-cre­ative work. We will draw on spe­cif­ic exam­ples from queer, anti-colo­nial, migrant jus­tice, and Pales­tin­ian lib­er­a­tion move­ments. The course will incor­po­rate read­ing-based dis­cus­sions, hands-on cre­ative work­shops, and exam­ples of research-cre­ation in prac­tice, in an effort to engage broad­er dis­cus­sions con­cern­ing method­ol­o­gy, ethics, respon­si­bil­i­ty, and (insti­tu­tion­al) solidarities/activism with­in and beyond the uni­ver­si­ty. To this end, this course will include pre­sen­ta­tions by schol­ars and prac­ti­tion­ers from inside and out­side of academia.
You can read more and reg­is­ter here.

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22. – 23. Jul 2024

Thinking with Drugs: Interventions in the Social

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Event at Gold­smiths Uni­ver­si­ty (Lon­don)

„Think­ing with Drugs: Inter­ven­tions in the Social”
When: 22–23 July
Where: Gold­smiths, Uni­ver­si­ty of London.
CFP dead­line: 10 May

The work­shop explores inter­dis­ci­pli­nary research on drugs can gen­er­ate new insights in a time of glob­al change. It is organ­ised by a group of Aus­tralian and UK-based schol­ars work­ing across soci­ol­o­gy, sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy stud­ies (STS), gen­der stud­ies and crit­i­cal drug stud­ies. The con­venors are espe­cial­ly keen to receive abstracts from ECRs and HDRs, and there may be some trav­el fund­ing to sup­port par­tic­i­pa­tion. CFP clos­es 10 May. More details and how to apply here.

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9. – 10. Okt 2024

Sweden-oriented meeting for Medicine and Health Phd Students

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Meet­ing at Umea Uni­ver­si­ty, Sweden

23. Okt 2024

Solidary pharma? Contemporary proposals for pharma reform in the European Union

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Online webi­nar

Online Webi­nar: Sol­idary phar­ma? Con­tem­po­rary pro­pos­als for phar­ma reform in the Euro­pean Union
23rd of October
3:00 – 4:30 pm CET

Reg­is­tra­tion: Please reg­is­ter to receive a link to the webi­nar. The link will be sent to you by e‑mail a few days before the webinar.

Details: At this webi­nar, we will dis­cuss and com­pare two cur­rent pol­i­cy pro­pos­als that include calls for more sol­idary prac­tices in the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal sec­tor: 1) The ‘Pan­dem­ic Treaty’ that is cur­rent­ly nego­ti­at­ed, tabled by the Pres­i­dent of the Euro­pean Coun­cil in autumn 2021 and car­ried for­ward by the World Health Orga­ni­za­tion, and 2) the Euro­pean Commission’s pro­pos­al for reg­u­la­to­ry reform that address­es the autho­riza­tion and super­vi­sion of med­i­c­i­nal prod­ucts pub­lished in spring 2023.

These reg­u­la­to­ry mea­sures seem to devel­op through sep­a­rate process­es and are rarely dis­cussed togeth­er. How­ev­er, they share sim­i­lar aims of pro­vid­ing for more equi­table access and the shar­ing of crit­i­cal med­ical resources inter­na­tion­al­ly – albeit by dif­fer­ent pol­i­cy mea­sures. We seek to iden­ti­fy the over­laps and dis­crep­an­cies between the two pol­i­cy pro­pos­als and reflect on what aca­d­e­mics and civ­il soci­ety togeth­er might do to help direct them toward glob­al solidarity.

Three dis­tin­guished speak­ers will pro­vide a short intro­duc­tion to the pol­i­cy reforms and set the scene for discussion:

- Prof. Susi Geiger, Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Dublin
– Sara Rafael Almei­da, Pol­i­cy Offi­cer, Euro­pean Commission
– Jaume Vidal, Senior Pol­i­cy Advi­sor, Health Action International

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Vergangene Workshops

2024

16. Mai 2024

From immersion to impact: How to ensure patient-centric data leads to patient-centric decisions within large health organisations

AGEM-Veranstaltung

Online Talk organized by Apply Club Health Team

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16. Mai - 17. Mai 2024

Crops and their humans: Vegetal perspectives on agricultural mobilities

Workshop

Leibniz Zentrum Moderner Orient

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15. Mai 2024

Arseli Dokumaci: Activist Affordances: Disability, Shrinkage, and Improvisation

Workshop

Online seminar in the frameworks of EASA Medical Anthropology Europe (MAE)

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26. Apr 2024

Esca van Blarikom: Ethical dimension of visual methods and their role in participatory research in healthcare settings

Workshop

Webinar in the frameworks of the “Images, Ageing and Care” series

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17. Apr 2024

Webinar: Ethical Concerns. Envisioning Ethnographic Fieldwork with Cognitively Impaired Older Adults

Workshop

Webinar on the special issue of the Journal of "Aging Studies" co-organized with Ethics Collective of "AgeNet"

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