lundi 3 février 2014

L'histoire du nursing : un projet en cours

2014 UK Association for the History of Nursing Annual Colloquium

Call for Papers

The UK Association for the History of Nursing Colloquium will be held on 9 July 2014 at Kingston University London.  This year’s colloquium will return to its roots, opening up the call for papers to include any aspect of nursing history, but focussing on work in progress. The Colloquium has a proud tradition of providing a supportive environment and space for researchers to present work in progress and obtain feedback for further development of their research. So the theme is:

‘Nursing History: a work in progress’

The history of nursing is a well-established and increasingly sophisticated field of academic study, pursued both by nurse-historians and by researchers from other disciplines, including history itself, English literature, sociology to name a few. Its interdisciplinarity is reflected in the themes which run through nursing history conferences: gender and race studies, colonial history, transnational relationships, class, politics and international studies, in addition to the development of nursing science and practice. The colloquium will be led by Dr Sue Hawkins and will be feature a keynote paper from renowned women’s and gender historian Dr Deborah Simonton.

Please submit abstracts of approximately 250 words, by Friday 14 March 2014, to: Sue Hawkins at
Book early: capacity is limited to max. 60 people, allocated on a strictly ‘first come, first served’ basis!
Price:  £10 for students and £15 for non-students.
There will also be a workshop for PhD students and their supervisors on Thursday, 10 July, at Kingston University.

All enquiries to:

For anyone planning to attend the Social History of Medicine Conference in Oxford on 10-12 July, this event will be an ideal companion, and if you have not been to a nursing history conference before an ideal introduction to a subject which is growing in importance. Kingston is only 60 miles or so from Oxford and the Colloquium will certainly get you in the conference mood.

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