Location: The Crichton, Bankend Road, Dumfries
In this first symposium we will examine practices concerning the arts, creativity, psychiatry and mental health in nineteenth-century Britain. Papers cover aspects such as the visual arts, music, costume and literature. We plan to livestream part of the event.
Confirmed speakers include: Mila Daskalova, Jessica Campbell, Maureen Park, Rosemary Golding, Laura Blair and Ute Oswald
The second symposium will consider discourses around the arts and psychiatry in nineteenth-century Britain.
Our third symposium will combine a broad consideration of psychiatry and the arts in their nineteenth-century context, including issues of race, class and gender, with key papers on the relationship between history and modern practice.
Location: The Open University Milton Keynes Campus
The PAN conference will be held at the Open University Milton Keynes Campus. Details, including a call for papers, will be circulated in early 2024.
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