Differing ways of seeing: what medical humanities can offer

Differing ways of seeing: what medical humanities can offer.

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[Scottish Medical Humanities Group]

The Scottish Medical Humanities project aims to enrich the experience of healthcare practitioners, students and trainees.  We are delighted to welcome you to our summer event, an evening of performance and discussion to celebrate humanities in healthcare education.  Supported by the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities 
 

Professor Alexander Etkind (European University Institute, Florence): "Roads Not Taken: An Intellectual Biography of William C. Bullitt"

"Roads Not Taken: An Intellectual Biography of William C. Bullitt"

Professor Alexander Etkind (European University Institute, Florence)

 

5 June 2018

17.15h

Princess Dashkova Russian Centre, 19 Buccleuch Place

Joel Smith (Carnegie Mellon University): The Eye of the Needle: New Understandings of the Complex Barriers to Instructional Innovation with Technology

The Eye of the Needle: New Understandings of the Complex Barriers to Instructional Innovation with Technology
Tuesday 29th May. Godfrey Thomson Hall, 12-2pm, Moray House School of Education

Joel Smith, Carnegie Mellon University

Prof. Lawrence Cohen (University of California at Berkeley): De-duplicating India

Prof. Lawrence Cohen (University of California at Berkeley) will give a seminar talk "De-duplicating India" on Friday 1 June, 3-5pm, in the CMB 6th floor staff room. The talk analyses recent efforts by the Indian government at creating biometric databases as a tool of administering welfare, debt, and surveillance. Cohen is a Professor of Anthropology and South & Southeast Asian Studies, and Co-Director of the UC Berkeley/UCSF Medical Anthropology Program. All welcome!

[CSAS]

 

Trading Zone

Trading Zone

An exhibition featuring the work of 21 students from 12 different programmes across the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh opens next week and we would be delighted if you could attend the preview on Friday 25 May, 6-8pm.