Call for papers: The Oxford-Globe Forum for Medicine and Drama…

Call for papers: The Oxford-Globe Forum for Medicine and Drama in Practice

Saturday 2 December 2017 at the University of Oxford, 10.00am – 4:30pm

The Oxford-Globe Forum meets twice a year, alternating
between Shakespeare’s Globe and the University of Oxford. It brings together
researchers and practitioners in medicine, theatre and academia to explore a
designated theme.

The theme for December 2017 is ‘Altered States’. Papers are
invited on (but not limited to) topics such as: consciousness and
unconsciousness, hallucinations, possession, sleep and dreaming, melancholy and
anxiety, madness, anger, passion and passions, trances, voices, echoes, the senses,
obsession, contagion, grief and mourning. Papers are informal and are limited to 12 – 15 minutes;
the aim is to enable discussion among different interests and disciplines.

Registration is required: the £15 fee includes a sandwich
lunch and coffee.

Register here (you will be contacted later about lunch
payment).

To offer a paper, please send your proposed title and a brief
abstract by Wednesday 1 November to english.office@ell.ox.ac.uk.

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