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Panel 8: Media, Care, and Conflict

Tuesday 6th September By Zoë Shacklock and Gaby Smith Marie Allitt (University of York): ‘Whom We Fear to Touch’: Medical Violence and the Conflict of Medical Care in Military-Caregiving Narratives Hannah Tweed (University of Glasgow): Writing Care and Nursing in … Continue reading

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Panel 6: Assistive Technology and Care

Tuesday 6th September By Zoë Shacklock and Gaby Smith Anna Piccoli (University of Amsterdam): Are Digital Platforms and Touchscreen Devices Effective Caretakers? The Touch-and-go of Visually Impaired Users Bonnie Millar and Derek Hoare (NIHR Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit): Discourses … Continue reading

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Panel 4: Popular Media Discourses of Care.

Monday 5 September, 2016 By Zoë Shacklock and Gaby Smith Maggie Sweeney (University of the West of Scotland): “Failings in the Duty of Care”: Mediated Discourses on “Children at Risk” Yvonne Cunningham (University of Glasgow): “I’ve Got Two Little Children … Continue reading

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Panel 1: Cinema and Care.

Monday 5 September, 2016 By Zoë Shacklock and Gaby Smith. Philippa Lovatt (Stirling): ‘Illness, Caregiving and Healing in the Films of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’ Suzanne Beth (McGill): ‘Ozu’s Tokyo Story: Care as the Medium’s Capacity to Bear’ Ana Salzberg (Dundee): ‘Care Home … Continue reading

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Keynote 1: Eva Feder Kittay

Eva Feder Kittay, ‘The Completion of Care’ Monday 5 September 2016 By Zoë Shacklock and Gaby Smith Takeaway points: All care requires an uptake by another person – it is not care until it has been recognised as such by … Continue reading

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