Celebrating creative research and the unexpected links that exist between interdisciplinary projects, Hannah Palmer reflects upon the recent ‘Archives, Objects, Methods’ conference. In April 2023, Loughborough University’s Health Humanities research group organised the ‘Health
In the final post of the Waiting Times takeover, Kelechi Anucha and Stephanie Davies reflect on discussions emerging from the Time of Care conference. Towards the end of March 2023, around seventy people gathered
In the first of our Waiting Times takeover, Lisa Baraitser and Laura Salisbury introduce us to the project: its context, questions, ambitions, and findings. We started working on the Waiting Times project in 2015,
The Polyphony team is excited to attend the 2023 NNMHR Congress, hosted online by Durham University’s Institute for Medical Humanities and the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research. Our editors will interact with panels
Eleanor Kashouris reports on the 2022 Marginalisation and the Microbe Conference at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. The Marginalisation & the Microbe conference took place in late November 2022 as part of a Wellcome
Co-organisers Nikolaos Papadogiannis and Rachel Love report back on the August 2022 conference on transnational and comparative histories of HIV/AIDS. The ‘Reactions to HIV/AIDS since the 1980s: Transnational and comparative history perspectives’ conference, which
Josefine Hetterich reports on the ‘Jean Carlomusto Made Me Queer: Video Activism, Queer Archives and AIDS Crisis Revisitation’ conference held in Frankfurt, Germany on 14-16 July 2022 Hosted by Goethe University, the ‘Jean Carlomusto
What are academic societies for? Intellectual exchange? Networking with like-minded scholars? Eva Surawy Stepney reflects on how the European Society for the History of Human Sciences forged connections across the Iron Curtain.
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