Whether you are new to Embodiments Research Group in the North of England, or if you are familiar with our project and already following these academic events, we invite you to participate in our 2014-15 conferences. If you missed our July 2014 conference, you can apply for either or both of the following conferences which will be held at the University of Liverpool early to mid July 2015.
Silence: A Semiotics of (in)Significance, Liverpool,1-3 July 2015.
Impassioned Britain: Familial and Divine Depictions of Feeling (1707 – 1907),Liverpool,15-17 July 2015.
For more information, abstract submission, and deadlines, refer to the CFP link on this website.
Melancholy Minds and Painful Bodies: Genealogy, Geography, Pathogeny
9-11 July 2013, University of Liverpool
Embodiments directors at the University of Liverpool invite you to Merseyside/England, for our 3rd international conference Melancholy Minds and Painful Bodies (9-11 July 2013).
Our 2013 Embodiments international conference explores the themes of melancholy and pain, reading through different types of narratives on emotional and physical pain in dialogue with cross-disciplinary studies of melancholia in Europe and throughout the wider world. The event concerns itself with the melancholy-pain gap across geographies, genealogies, and time, conceptual portrayals of pain and melancholy in the media, varieties of genres and approaches, as well as cross-genre and cross-cultural communications of these terms and concepts. Last year, our Arts-Science conference Paranoia and Painsaw magnificent presentations from around the world. Building on the success of that inaugural event in Embodiments Research Group, we are working through journal and book chapters to be published during 2013-14.
Professor Paul Baines, School of English (Liverpool)
Professor John Downes, School of Psychology (Liverpool)