Features

Conference Report: “Biopolitics and Psychosomatics: Participating Bodies”

biopolitics_poster2-2Biopolitics and Psychosomatics: Participating Bodies

8 July 2016, University of Cambridge

Conveners:
Darin Weinberg, University of Cambridge
Monica Greco, Goldsmiths, University of London
Robbie Duschinsky, University of Cambridge
Michael Schillmeier, University of Exeter

Introduction

Can we think of our living bodies as involving forms of social intelligence, agency, and power? And if so, how might this proposition transform the ways …

Web Roundups

Web Roundup: What Are You Afraid Of?

With Halloween just days away, October’s roundup will look at some of the macabre and spooky insights the web had to offer this month. Fear being a sensory experience–a pounding heart, shortness of breath, sweaty palms and vision problems are among the physiological markings of fear–it’s no surprise that science, medicine and the media valiantly make attempts each year to …