The International Network for the History of Hospitals (INHH) and ‘Hospitalis: Hospital Architecture in Portugal at the Dawn of Modernity’ and ‘Royal Hospital of All Saints: city and public health’ research projects are pleased to announce the call for papers for Space and the Hospital. The conference will take place in Lisbon, Portugal from 26-28 May 2021.
Space, in both its physical and conceptual manifestations, has been a part of how hospitals were designed, built, used, and understood within the wider community. By focusing on space, this conference aims to explore this subject through the lens of its architectural, socio-cultural, medical, economic, charitable, ideological, and public conceptualisations.
The Conference will be broadcasted by the YouTube Channel of the CHAM – Centre for the Humanities
International Symposium (online)
THE TESTIMONY OF HISTORY: TO LIVE AND OVERCOME THE EPIDEMIC IN THE PRESENT
June 18-19, 5:30-7:00 p.m. (Lisbon time)
This seminar aims to be a space for knowledge sharing on the theme of epidemics, in different geographical contexts, national and foreign, limited to the Middle and Early Modern Ages, seeking to establish a bridge between the past and the present. It will be held in two days and consists of brief presentations (10 min.) carried out by invited researchers, followed by debate, and open to all those interested in participating.
The event will be broadcast on CHAM’s YouTube channel.
To download the poster click here.
El proyecto Scripta manent. Conservar para dominar: el archivo nobiliario de los Velasco (HAR2016-77423-R) organiza el día 19 de noviembre de 2019 el seminario “Hospitals and the Universe of Writing (15th-16th centuries)” en el que intervendrán Nicole R. Rice (St. John’s University-Nueva York) y Salvatore Marino (Universidad de Barcelona).
On 2 and 3 October, will be held in Lisbon University, School of Arts and Humanities (Auditorium 3), the II International Colloquium on Assistance Architecture: Hospitals and other health buildings – from Modernity to Modernity.