Forthcoming Events

FORTHCOMING 2012-2013
The CISSMI research group will be running a series of seminars on literature, science and technology, beginning late in 2012. More details will appear here soon.

OFF SICK PROJECT EVENTS
Over the course of the academic years 2010-2012 RCLAS ran a series of seminars, workshops and public events associated with this project. See the CISSMI – Off Sick pages for further details.

Medicine at the Margins Conference
April 15, 2011
For more information please visit the conference website


CISSMI Seminars
In 2010 RCLAS focussed its activities on a new collaborative research group, CISSMI, undertaken in association with Cardiff University. For details of its activities please visit the CISSMI pages


Conference: PHOBIA- Constructing the Phenomenology of Chronic Fear, 1789 to the Present
On 8-9 May 2009, RCLAS hosted an international two-day conference exploring the different ways in which writers, artists, historians, art historians, cultural and human geographers, scientists and medical practitioners have constructed, represented and theorised phobia and chronic fear. For more information, please visit the conference website.


Romantic Science Conference
RCLAS was delighted to host the September 2008 meeting of the Wales and the West Romanticism Seminar. This was on the fascinating, multi-faceted subject of ROMANTIC SCIENCE. The plenary speaker was Prof. Anne Janowitz, who spoke on ’“Longing for Other Worlds”: The Plurality of Worlds Debate and the Sciences of Infinity’. This conference has now taken place, but you can view the programme here.


Pathologies Conference
The inaugural conference of the Research Centre for Literature, Arts and Science, on the theme of 'Pathologies: Questions of Embodiment in Literature, Arts and Science’, took place at the University of Glamorgan on 20th-21st August 2007. The organising committee would like to thank everybody who attended the conference, as a guest or speaker. It was an exciting, stimulating event that established many fruitful interdisciplinary connections between speakers and ideas.