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Friday, May 17, 2019

 
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Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme
Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral

Runs from Tuesday, April 30 to Friday, July 05.

Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme

Free special guided tours of the exhibition.

EMECC workshop: Re-Imagining the Mediterranean: Trans-cultural networks in the Early Modern World
IAS, Millburn House, University of Warwick
GSD Video Filming
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external conference: Technologies of Mind and Body in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc
University of Nottingham

Runs from Friday, May 17 to Saturday, May 18.

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Workshop 'Barricades': Political protest in Europe after 1815 (Mark Philp)
Wolfson Research Exchange (Library)
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Passion - Public Workshop
Oculus Building

Keynote event of the HRC's 2018-19 workshop series, co-directed by Beat Kümin (History) & Christina Lupton (English), featuring lectures and seminars

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PASSIONS IN PRACTICE - Public Keynote Event
Room OC0.04, Oculus Building

Please email HRC@warwick.ac.uk to book a place.

1.30 - 2.30 'Passion in Practice' Workshop led by Dr Michael Meeuwis (English / Warwick)

2.30 - 3.30 Dr Naomi Pullin (History / Warwick)

‘Best Friends and Worst Enemies: Contrasting Passions in Early Modern Britain, c. 1660-1775’

[Tea]

4.00 - 5.30 Keynote by Professor Margrit Pernau (Max Planck Institute for Human Development / Center for the History of Emotions, Berlin)

‘Riots and the desire for passions. Violence, emotions and temporality, North India 1880-1947’

5.30 - 6.30 Wine reception and seminar series roundtable / conclusions

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Etiology, pathophysiology and treatment of sleep and circadian disruption in cancer
Psychology Department (Room H1.49 in the Annex of the Humanities Building)

This seminar will take place within the framework of the GRP network Technologies for Health, coordinated by Prof Sakari Lemola.

Biography

Dr. Palesh is an Associate Professor at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. She directs the Stanford Cancer Survivorship Laboratory at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. She is also the Director of the Stanford Cancer Survivorship Research at Stanford Cancer Center. Dr. Palesh is a nationally recognized expert in psychooncology and the treatment of side effects such as insomnia, cancer-related fatigue, and cognitive impairment in cancer. She has over 15 years of experience conducting behavioral medicine research and randomized clinical trials involving interventions for stress, sleep, and health behaviors in cancer patients and post-treatment survivors. Dr. Palesh’s clinical and research expertise are in the development of behavioral interventions for patients with chronic illnesses. As a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford and later an NCI fellow at the University of Rochester, she conducted research on the relationship between dysregulation of the neuroendocrine stress response system, sleep problems, fatigue, and disease progression in traumatized and chronically ill patients. Dr. Palesh has substantial experience in developing assessments for stressed populations (e.g., cancer patients and survivors, traumatized populations) as well as new measures. Dr. Palesh has nearly 100 publications in the field, is a recipient of 7 NIH-funded awards on which she a Principal Investigator, and she currently holds 3 R01 NIH awards. Dr. Palesh has given over 30 invited lectures and plenaries across the US and internationally. Her research has been recognized with multiple honors from the national and international professional societies such as ASCO and MASCC.