Cartes blanches Table Ronde
2016-10-06, 14h30 – 16h Conseil départemental, Salle Kléber-Loustau
L’histoire du handicap
Cette table ronde vise à débattre des avancées historiographiques dans le champ de l’histoire du handicap. Plusieurs historiens spécialistes du handicap identifieront les apports des recherches effectuées pendant les décennies précédentes, les tendances de la recherche actuelle, et les chantiers de recherche à ouvrir.
Docteur en histoire, post-Doctorant IRIS/EHESS
Maître de conférences en histoire contemporaine à l’université de Lyon
Docteure en histoire, responsable de recherche à l’Institut universitaire d’histoire de la médecine et de la santé publique à Lausanne
Agrégée d’histoire, doctorante en histoire romaine, ATER à l’Université de Bretagne-Sud
Plus d’informations ici
Call For Papers – VariAbilities III:
The Same Only Different?
Senate House, University of London (Malet Street, London, WC1E, England)
Tuesday and Wednesday 6 & 7th June 2017
In the third iteration of the Variabilities Series, we will take stock of the academic work done on the “body” in “history”.
When we study the “Body” should we restrict ourselves to impaired bodies or make comparisons with sports bodies? Or should a conference discussing the body entertain papers on both impaired and sports bodies?
When we consider “history” we must ask ourselves when did history begin, and has it ended? Variabilities III is casting its nets as widely as possible, with no methodological assumptions, beginning or end dates, with as wide scope for dialogue as possible.
Come and tell us what the “body” in “history” means to you.
Organiser announce that Prof. Miriam Wallace of New College Florida will be the keynote at Variabilities III: « The Spector of the Singular Body in Frankenstein (1818): Difference and Constructed Community ».
For accessibility purposes we welcome Skype Presentations
Please send your proposal (300 words) by November 30th 2016 [extended dealine th january 2017] to
More information here on the UCLA website !
and on the event website !
Amsterdam University Press –
Serie « Premodern health, disease, and disability »
Commissioning Editor: Simon Forde and Tyler Cloherty
Editors: Wendy J. Turner, Georgia Regents University
Walton O. Schalick III, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Christina Lee, University of Nottingham
and a wider Advisory Board of scholars from universities at Bremen, Exeter, Chapel Hill, and elsewhere
Geographical scope: Global
Chronological scope: Premodern is most often defined as pre-French Revolution or about 1800
Keywords: Ancient health, Medieval health, Early Modern health, disease, disability, hospitals, medicine, public health, leeches.
Description : This series is timely as the fields of premodern health and disability studies have grown rapidly in the last decade. To date, there is no series concentrating on early medicine, disabilities, or health generally (see related series below). The series would cover all topics concerned with health, disease, and disability—including injury, impairment, medical care, physicians, and hospitals—before about 1800. The board would entertain material from all parts of the globe, but given our own contacts will encourage those studying Europe and the Mediterranean from antiquity to the end of the Early Modern period.
Proposals Welcome: The series welcomes scholarly monographs and edited volumes in English by both established and early-career researchers. The board would entertain material from all parts of the globe, but given their own contacts will encourage those studying Europe and the Mediterranean from antiquity to the end of the Early Modern period.
Proposals should kindly follow the standard AUP Proposal format and should also include the envisaged table of contents or overview of the volume and abstracts of the proposed chapters or articles.
Further Information: For questions or to submit a proposal, contact Commissioning Editors European History Simon Forde (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tyler Cloherty (email@example.com)
Find all the informations on the Amsterdam University Press website.