Seed Scheme Round 2: funding available to support research initiatives across the NNMHR

The Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research has been awarded a generous Small Grant* from the Wellcome Trust to enable us to continue supporting innovative and critical medical humanities research across the network.

We are delighted to announce that the second round of the NNMHR Seed Scheme is now open.

Applications are invited from researchers at any of the ten participating institutions (Durham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, Newcastle, Northumbria, Sheffield and York) for up to £1200 to support initiatives oriented towards the development of further large-scale medical humanities research projects. Funds can be used to pump-prime new research; organise workshops, meetings and seminars; visit archives or other research sites; undertake stakeholder engagement and consultation; and pilot new research methods or ideas.

To apply, please download and complete the Sept-2018-NNMHR-Seed-Scheme-Application-Form, ensure that your PI is a staff member or a postgraduate researcher based in one of the NNMHR institutions, and email your application to Jane Abel by 5pm Monday 19 November 2018.

* The grant was awarded to Angela Woods (PI, Durham) and Stuart Murray (Co-I, Leeds), with collaborators from all ten NNMHR institutions

Posted on 12 Sep 2018, under News.

NNMHR Congress Leeds 20-21 September 2018 – Programme

The NNMHR Congress 2018 Programme for Leeds is now available. Keynote speakers are Esther Jones (Clark University), opening the congress with a talk on ‘The Future of Medical Ethics, Radically (Re)Imagined: Race, Gender, and the Role of the Speculative’, and Hannah Newton (University of Reading), who closes the Congress on Friday afternoon with ‘Misery to Mirth: Recovery from Illness in Early Modern England’.

2018 Congress: Final details

We are looking forward to welcoming delegates to the 2018 Congress of the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research! The conference will be held at the Weetwood Hall hotel and conference centre, which is located about 4 miles outside the city centre. There is free parking on site and regular buses run between the city centre bus station and Weetwood Hall (numbers X84 and X85). Please see here for a map of Weetwood Hall’s location.

The conference dinner is at 7pm on Thursday 20 September, in the Lawnswood Suite. The dinner is FREE for all registered delegates and a vegetarian menu has been selected. If you are not planning to attend the dinner, or if you have particular dietary requirements, please let us know by emailing Amelia DeFalco

The Congress Hashtag is #NNMHR2018.

 

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