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19è rendez-vous de l'Histoire de Blois - Table Ronde 2016-10-06, 14h30 à 16h - L'histoire du handicap

Dubourg, Ninon (3 oct. 2016)

Cartes blanches Table Ronde 2016-10-06, 14h30 - 16h Conseil départemental, Salle Kléber-Loustau L'histoire du handicap Cette table ronde vise à débattre des avancées historiographiques dans le champ de l’histoire du handicap. Plusieurs historiens spécialistes du handicap identifieront les ...

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CFP - Less than two weeks remaining to get your individual paper proposals for IMC Leeds on "Otherness"

Dubourg, Ninon (19 août 2016)

The twenty-third International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 3-6 July 2017. The International Medieval Congress (IMC) is organised and administered by the Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS). Since its start in 1994, the Congress has established itself as an annual event with an attendance of over ...

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Call for contributions - The medieval disability sourcebook - sponsored by the Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages

Dubourg, Ninon (25 sept. 2016)

Call for contributions They are currently looking for contributors for a medieval disability sourcebook, under contract with punctum press. Please circulate widely! Contact Cameron Hunt McNabb (cameronhuntmcnabb@gmail.com) for info.

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Podcast - Musique et folie au Moyen Âge - Martine Clouzot

Dubourg, Ninon (3 janv. 2017)

Musique et folie au Moyen Âge - Martine Clouzot Un air d'histoire Par Karine Le Bail Vivant décalé de la société, le musicien du Moyen Âge est un marginal. Sujet à instabilité et pauvreté, la folie lui est souvent associée par les instances religieuses, politiques, culturelles, et plus ...

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New Publication - Journal - Textual Practice Volume 30, 2016 - Issue 7: Prosthesis in Medieval and Early Modern Culture

Dubourg, Ninon (29 nov. 2016)

Textual Practice Volume 30, 2016 Issue 7: Prosthesis in Medieval and Early Modern Culture Foreword [abstract] Prosthesis, n. Grammar. The addition of a letter or syllable to the beginning of a word. […] 1553 T. Wilson Arte of Rhetorique iii. f. 94, Prosthesis. Of Addition. As thus. ‘He did all ...

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New publications - Infirmity in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Social and Cultural Approaches to Health, Weakness and Care

Dubourg, Ninon (30 août 2016)

Infirmity in Antiquity and the Middle Ages Social and Cultural Approaches to Health, Weakness and Care By Christian Krötzl, Katariina Mustakallio and jenni Kuuliala This volume discusses infirmitas (’infirmity’ or ’weakness’) in ancient and medieval societies. It concentrates on the ...

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Podcast - Dr. Luke Demaitre on Pandemic Diseases in the Middle Ages - AUP and Medieval Institute Publications

Dubourg, Ninon (30 déc. 2016)

Dr. Luke Demaitre on Pandemic Diseases in the Middle Ages Luke Demaitre speaks with Erin Lynch at the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies about teaching medieval history to STEM students, medieval medicine, and the similarities between the public responses to AIDS and leprosy. Luke E. ...

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Conference - The Medieval Brain - University of York, 9-10-11 March 2017

Dubourg, Ninon (9 janv. 2017)

Conference - The Medieval Brain - University of York, 9-10-11 March 2017 Reminder of the CFP : As we research aspects of the medieval brain, we encounter complications generated by medieval thought and twenty-first century medicine and neurology alike. Our understanding of modern-day neurology, ...

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Demons and Illness from Antiquity to the Early-Modern Period

Dubourg, Ninon (2 mars 2017)

Demons and Illness from Antiquity to the Early-Modern Period Edited by Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider, University of Exeter, Brill edition. Go to Online Edition "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times ...

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CFP - Wounding and Caring: Vulnerable Bodies in Narrative at the American Comparative Literature Association - Utrecht University in Utrecht, the Netherlands July 6-9, 2017.

Dubourg, Ninon (3 sept. 2016)

Seminar - Wounding and Caring: Vulnerable Bodies in Narrative at the American Comparative Literature Association - Utrecht University in Utrecht, the Netherlands July 6-9, 2017. Organizer: Andreea Marculescu Co-Organizer: Amit Baishya Vulnerability is a key term in a strand of recent feminist ...

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