Étiqueté : médecine

Colloque : « Asclepius, the Paintbrush, and the Pen: Representations of Disease in Medieval and Early Modern European Art and Literature », Los Angeles, UCLA Royce Hall Room 314, 4-5 mai 2018

CMRS Medical Humanities Conference Humanity has always tended to show a prurient interest in abnormalities. The medieval and early modern period is no exception, displaying a deep fascination with virulent ailments and all sorts of physical deformities. Despite this attraction, few artists of the period engaged in the depiction of disease. When they did, their expression was particular to the medium used and differed among artists even when using the same medium. Since such an...

Appel à communication : « Art, Anatomy and Medicine since 1700 », Columbia, date limite : 15 juillet 2015

La date limite a été repoussée au 15 juillet 2015. Des fonds sont disponibles pour couvrir le voyage et l’hébergement des intervenants. Columbia, Columbia Museum of Art (Caroline du Sud) 31 mars – 1er avril 2016 Art, Anatomy, and Medicine since 1700 a two-day symposium sponsored by the University of South Carolina’s Provost’s Office and the School of Visual Art, in partnership with the Columbia Museum of Art To be held @ the Columbia Museum of Art,...

Appel à contribution : “Monastic Sciences: Medicina, Mechanica, Philosophia”, Leeds University, date limite : 27 février 2015

Appel à contribution : “Monastic Sciences: Medicina, Mechanica, Philosophia”, Leeds University, date limite : 27 février 2015

Appel à contribution : “Monastic Sciences: Medicina, Mechanica, Philosophia” 8 et 9 mai 2015 University of Leeds The religious of medieval Europe were in a privileged position for studying humanity’s interaction with the natural world, whether this was considering the nature of celestial bodies and the cosmos, or deepening their pharmaceutical knowledge to aid patients in the infirmary. This conference asks what unique contributions the religious made to the applied arts and learned disciplines, how...