Tag Archives: Des Fitzgerald

April 25th 4 pm Seminar “The Urban Brain: living in the neurosocial city” with Professor Nikolas Rose

When: April 25th, 2018 16:00 – 17:30 Where: STRAND BLDG S0.12, King’s College London Strand Campus   Nikolas Rose is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Kings College London which he founded in 2012.   He … Continue reading

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Wednesday November 22nd: Culture, Medicine and Power Conversation with Dr Des Fitzgerald “Tracing Autism”

We are delighted to announce that the Culture, Medicine and Power (CMP) research group at GHSM is having a conversation with Des Fitzgerald on Wednesday 22 November from 3-5 pm in Room 3.1.1. Des is a Lecturer in Sociology at Cardiff University, … Continue reading

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Mark the date Dec 11 NSN Symposium on ‘Towards Neuro-Social Science: The Politics and Pragmatics of Collaboration’

When: Thursday December 11th, 9 1m-5 pm Where: Room 1.71, Franklin Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus, King’s College London The more we experiment on and with the human brain and nervous system, the more we realize that our neurobiological inheritances are bound up … Continue reading

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Report of Culture, Medicine and Power Fall Workshop, November 3rd 2014

The Culture, Medicine and Power (CMP) Research Group held its second Workshop on 3 November 2014. The CMP Fall Workshop was a great success with engaging discussions around and practical feedback for members’ work in progress ranging from conceptualizing the … Continue reading

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Call for submissions – “The collaborative turn” – a Somatosphere series

Questions of health, medicine and science have long animated sub-disciplinary attentionsin the social sciences and humanities. Recently, however, research around these topicshas taken a marked collaborative turn. If topics in the medical and health sciences were once straightforward objects of study … Continue reading

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