Welcome, tea & coffee
Introductions and opening remarks
Keynote address - Professor Dan Goodley, iHuman, University of Sheffield: Posthuman Health Studies: No Humans Involved?
Kerri Betts, University of Leeds: Autistic Inflection and (Post)Human Communication
Vanessa Ashall, University of York: How do humans die? Cross-species conversation and interspecies entanglements in end of life care.
Jamie B Smith, Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin: What does person-centred care mean, if you weren't considered a person anyway: a black, queer, feminist, critical posthuman approach to evidence based medicine and person-centred care
Nicholas Griffin, University of Sheffield, Burroughs and Addiction through Bakhtin
Olivia Turner, Newcastle University, Reimagining Medical Encounters and Intimacies: The Slip of the Tongue, the Motif of the Worm
Donrich Thaldar, Bonginkosi Shozi, Michaela Steytler, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africans’ opinions on human heritable genome editing: A (partial) acceptance of post-humanity?
Eleanor Wakeford, University of Leeds, Vanishing and Surveillance in Pandemic Times
Bentley Crudgington, University of Manchester, Immersive Theatre in more-than-humanities methodologies