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Sense and Sensibility in 19th-Century Addiction

11 sep 2016 14:00 - 15:30
St Anne’s College
University of Oxford
Ruth Deech Building
Woodstock Road
Oxford, OX2 6HS, UK

Intervention d'Alessia Pannese, résidente de l'IEA de Paris, dans le cadre du colloque interdisciplinaire "Medicine and Modernity in the Long Nineteenth Century", organisé les 10 et 11 septembre 2016 au St Anne's College, Université d'Oxford.


In this two day interdisciplinary conference, hosted by the ERC project Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth Century Perspectives, we will explore the phenomena of stress and overload, and other disorders associated with the problems of modernity in the long nineteenth century, as expressed in the literature, science, and medicine of the period. By tracing the connections drawn between physiological, psychological and social health, or disease in the era, we aim to offer new ways of contextualising the problems of modernity facing us in the twenty-first century. We are particularly interested in comparative perspectives on these issues from international viewpoints.

Sur le contrôle de soi : Aristote, le cerveau et la (in)conscience
01 septembre 2016 - 30 juin 2017
11 Sep 2016 15:30
Alessia Pannese
Conférences, interventions et entretiens
Époque contemporaine (1789-...)
Monde ou sans région
Histoire, philosophie et sociologie des sciences