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Cologne Lectures in New Medical Humanities

Ring-Lecture

 

University of Cologne

Wednesdays from 18:00-19:30

WiSo-Building, 101

WiSe 2023/24

25.10.2023 — 14.02.2024

Hörsaal XXIII

The integrative approach of the Medical Humanities combines perspectives from the life sciences, social sciences and the humanities on issues of health, illness and well-being, laying special focus on the experiences of human beings. The innovative movement, already successfully established in the Anglo-American world, is also conquering academic discourses in Germany and Europe on the whole.

The Medical Humanities aim to further develop and enrich medicine as a science and as a practice in the face of current challenges such as demographic change and migration, globalization and pandemics, nursing emergencies and digitalization.

How do the Medical Humanities meet this challenge? This requires a fundamental examination of the following questions (among others): How can insights into the human condition gained in disciplines such as philosophy, psychology, and sociology contribute to medical discourse? Are the medical humanities in tension with the comprehensive naturalization of medicine? How do the Medical Humanities relate to the parallel development of Psychological Humanities? How can we better succeed in taking the framing conditions of medicine, such as legal, economic, social, cultural or political factors, into account?

Join the discussion! The event is open to all interested parties and is intended for students of all disciplines. A certificate of attendance can be obtained as part of the "Studium Integrale", participation as part of the extracurricular offer is also possible.

Contact: new-medical-humanitiesSpamProtectionuni-koeln.de

Organized by: Erik N. Dzwiza-Ohlsen, Ragna Winniewski, Thomas Dojan, Runa Ya & Hannes Wendler

KLIPS: Lehrveranstaltungen / Cologne Lectures in New Medical Humanities - KLIPS 2.0 - Universität zu Köln (uni-koeln.de)

 

Ringvorlesungsprogramm

WiSo-Gebäude 101 - Hörsaal XIII und Hybrid, via Zoom

25.10.2023 - Podiumsdiskussion: Was sind die Medical Humanities?


     Prof. Maria Polidori
     Prof. Susanne Michl
     Prof. Susanne Zank
     Prof. Giovanni Maio

Moderation: Erik N. Dzwiza-Ohlsen, Ragna Winniewski

 

08.11.2023 - Die Deutungsnatur des Menschen


     Prof. Kai Vogeley

 

15.11.2023 - Phänomenologie und Psychoanalyze


     Prof. Jagna Brudzinska

 

29.11.2023 - Vulnerabilität und Schmerz aus anthropologisch-phänomenologischer Sicht


     Prof. Markus Dederich

 

13.12.2023 - Kurative und palliative Medizin


     Prof. Raymond Voltz

 

10.01.2024 - Cure und Care im Sozialraum: Würde und Demütigung


     Prof. Frank Schulz-Nieswandt

 

24.01.2024 - Behinderung/Disability als interdisziplinärer Forschungsgegenstand


     Prof. Anne Waldtschmidt

 

07.02.2024 - Grenzen der Veränderung in der Psychotherapie


     Jun. Prof. Johannes Ehrenthal

 

21.02.2024 - Podiumsdiskussion: Wie sieht die Zukunft der Medical Humanities aus?


     Prof. Mariacarla Gadebusch-Bondio
     Prof. Cornelius Borck
     Prof. Lisa Malich
     Prof. Rainer Weber

Moderation: Hannes Wendler, Runa Ya