The Instrumentalisation of Health by the Prisoners’ Rights Movement, 1972-80
Wednesday, 16 October 2019, 1 – 2pm
A paper by Dr Oisín Wall (UCD) with discussant Prof Desmond O’Neill (TCD) with live streaming to clinical sites as part of the Medical and Health Humanities Initiative Seminar Series.
About the Medical and Health Humanities
Medical Humanities seeks to provide insights into the cultural and social contexts within which diverse but interrelated concerns such as the human condition, the individual experience of illness and suffering, and the way medicine is (or was) practiced, might be understood.
The Trinity College Dublin Medical and Health Humanities Initiative brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines including history, philosophy, sociology, drama, health sciences, religion, cultural studies, arts, literature and languages.These events offer the opportunity to see medicine through the eyes of academics who are concerned with literary, historical, philosophical, aesthetic and technological perspectives of health, illness, disability and practice. CPD for medical practitioners has been applied for.
Campus Location: Trinity Long Room Hub
Room: Neill Lecture Theatre
Event Type: Lectures and Seminars, Public
Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Undergrad, Postgrad, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Public
Contact Name: Prof Desmond O'Neill