Illness, and memories of being ill, can haunt our bodies physically and emotionally. Learn how graphic novels can help repair such trauma, exploring examples and developing your own story in graphic form.
This event is organised by the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society at the University of Edinburgh and is part of the Being Human Festival, the UK’s only festival of the humanities, bringing together universities with creative partners to stage stimulating and engaging activities that make research accessible and relevant.
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Join Edinburgh Peace & Justice Centre’s member Shoji Masuzawa in an origami peace crane making and storytelling workshop suitable for 7 to 75+ year olds!
This online talk, given by Dr Jennifer Evans, investigates how men's sexual, reproductive, and genitourinary conditions were understood in early modern England.