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WELCOME
We hope you enjoy our last newsletter before we take a break for August. See you again in September! If you have any feedback on our newsletter or if you would like to take part in our research or collaborate in any way, please email us, we'd love to hear from you. And finally, don't forget to follow us on LinkedInTwitter and Facebook.
SCENES OF SHAME AND STIGMA IN COVID-19 PROJECT NEWS
Luna Dolezal discusses the project in Getting the Message Across, a newly released documentary from a series created by Benedict Morrison for the AHRC funded Pandemic and Beyond project. Each film in the series focuses on a key way that Arts and Humanities research has contributed to COVID-19 recovery and response.

Arthur Rose presented material from the forthcoming co-authored book with Fred Cooper and Luna Dolezal on COVID-19 and shame, at the Futures Ahead conference in Linköping, Sweden.

The Scenes of Shame and Stigma in COVID-19 project wrapped up on the 10th July 2022 and we are thrilled with the outcomes of our research. We would like to thank everyone who took part in our Seminar Series, and we are excited to see the publication of our book Covid-19 and Shame: Political Emotions and Public Health in the UK in February 2023.

Visit our website for details of the research done over the last two years and watch this space for the release of the Shame and the Pandemic podcast.
UPCOMING EVENTS

'Shame and Medical History' Seminar Series - CPD points available!

6th October 2022 – Dr Michael Brown
(University of Roehampton) - information to follow.

5th May 2022 – Dr Anne Hanley (University of  Birmingham) View recording
‘I am polluted to the marrow, soaked in abomination!’ Shame and Sexual Health in Modern Britain.’ 

Registration is open! Sign up now to participate in person at the University of Exeter or online.

British Society for Phenomenology’s Annual Conference, 30 Aug--1 Sept 22. This year the theme is “Engaged Phenomenology II: Explorations of Embodiment, Emotions and Sociality”. Find out more about the special panel on “Phenomenology and Shame Experiences” sponsored by the Shame and Medicine Project.

We are excited to welcome to Exeter Shiloh Witney, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, to give a seminar on “Affective Injustice” on Wednesday 9th November 2022. The seminar is jointly sponsored by the Shame and Medicine Project and the Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology (SPA) seminar series at the University of Exeter.

Registration and further details to follow on our website.

SHAME AND MEDICINE PROJECT NEWS
RECENT PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Congratulations to team members Arthur Rose, Luna Dolezal and Matthew Gibson for their recent publications. Details below. 

Watch Luna Dolezal’s ‘Why a Trauma-Informed Approach Requires Shame-Sensitive Practice.’ talk at the NPCC Four Nations Trauma Informed Virtual Conference.  

See, Hear, Feel Podcast - Ep.19 - Luna Dolezal speaks on shame in medicine with Dr Christine J. Ko.

Juanita Navarro-Páez presented ‘Graphic Medicine and Shame: How and Why Do We Show (Or Don’t) Shame Experiences within the Healthcare Context through Comics’ at the 2022 Graphic Medicine Annual Conference. More details about Juanita's work.

GRAHPIC MEDICINE PROJECT
Arts & Culture Exeter featured Needlestick as a recent news story. The artwork from our Graphic Medicine project will be on display in the University of Exeter's Queen's Building Exhibition space from the end of August.

VISITING SCHOLAR
The Shame and Medicine Project is hosting Dr Mikako Obika a visiting scholar from Okayama University, Japan, where she works in the medical school. She is a practicing clinician as well. Mikako will join our Graphic Medicine project and be based at the WCCEH. Mikako is a member of Japan's graphic medicine association, and wrote the featured blog post below. 

CPD POINTS
Each seminar in our Shame and Medicine History Seminar Series is approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 2 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s) each.  A certificate of attendance will be issued. Sign up now!

CALL FOR DOCTORS & PATIENTS
We are keen to hear from Doctors and Patients who would like to take part in our research - to register an interest in taking part, visit www.samp.uk or contact Dr Stephen Williams at S.J.Williams@bham.ac.uk.
FROM OUR BLOG
“Medicine & Doctors, Be Humble!” by Dr Mikako Obika, Okayama University, Japan, is a powerful reflection on a doctor's own experience of family illness and the limits of medicine.
Dr Grace Catchpole's blog "My Medical Education" is a moving reflection about how shame came to overshadow her experiences in medical school.
 
In this blog "Shame and Depression: A Hyperawareness of the Social World", Oskar Otto Frohn explores the link between shame and depression.
FEATURED PUBLICATIONS

In his article, "Closure and the Critical Epidemic Ending" published in Centaurus – Journal of the European Society for the History of Science, Shame and Medicine research team member Arthur Rose examines closure and the end of epidemics.

Luna Dolezal and Matthew Gibson's latest article - "Beyond a Trauma-Informed Approach and towards Shame-Sensitive Practice" published in Humanities and Social Sciences Communications outlines and defines for the first time the concept of shame-sensitivity and principles for shame-sensitive practice, which they argue is essential for the trauma-informed approach.

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