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Titre:
Homo patiens
Quand:
29.06.2012 - 01.07.2012 
Où:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Berlin
Catégorie:
Colloques, journées d'études

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Information signalée par Marie-Karine Lhommé

 

HOMO PATIENS

Approaches to the patient in the ancient world

 

The research programme Medicine of the Mind, Philosophy of the Body - Discourses of Health in the Ancient World is organizing an international conference, to be hosted at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, from Friday, June 29, till Sunday, July 1, 2012.

This will be a three-day international conference that aims at bringing together not only classicists and historians of medicine but also medical anthropologists and medical practitioners to discuss the figure of the ‘patient' in ancient medicine. In particular, this meeting aims at shifting the focus from the ancient doctors' authoritative discourses about their profession, knowledge, theories and practices to reconstruct, to whatever extent this is possible, the role, position and experience of the patient.

If you wish to participate, please fill out the registration form (MS Word file) and email it back to the organisers no later than May 31, 2012. There are no conference fees.

At this stage, we would advise the participants of the conference to make their own arrangements regarding travelling and accommodation. Please click here for a list of options for accommodation, food, and travel (pdf file).

For further inquiries, please contact the organisers:
Georgia Petridou ( Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. )
Chiara Thumiger ( Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. )

Programme


Friday 29 June 2012
(Luisensaal, Luisenstrasse 56)

17.15–17.30 Welcome
17.30–20.10 PANEL 1: Children Patients
17.30–18.10 Manfred Horstmanshoff (Internationales Kolleg Morphomata, Universität zu Köln)
SEEING PATIENTS
18.10–18.50 Lutz Alexander Graumann (Klinik für Kinderchirurgie – Universitätsklinikum Gießen und Marburg, Philipps-Universität Marburg)
DEATH AND SUFFERING OF A CHILD IN IMPERIAL ROME
18.50–19.30 Lesley Dean-Jones (The University of Texas at Austin)
THE CHILD PATIENT OF THE HIPPOCRATICS: EARLY PEDIATRICS?
19.30–20.10 Lesley Bolton (University of Calgary)
PATIENCE FOR THE LITTLE PATIENT: THE INFANT IN SORANUS' GYNAECOLOGY
20.10 Reception

Saturday 30 June 2012
(Institut für Klassische Philologie, Friedrichstrasse 191)

9.00–11.00 PANEL 2: Case Histories 1
9.00–9.40 Courtney Roby (Cornell University)
GALEN ON THE PATIENT'S ROLE IN PAIN DIAGNOSIS
9.40–10.20 Chiara Thumiger (Humboldt Universität)
PATIENTS AND PHYSICIANS IN THE EPIDEMICS NARRATIVES
10.20–11.00 Melinda Letts (University of Oxford)
QUESTIONING THE PATIENT, QUESTIONING HIPPOCRATES:
RUFUS OF EPHESUS AND THE PURSUIT OF MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
11.00–11.15 COFFEE/TEA BREAK
11.15–12.35 PANEL 3: Women Patients
11.15–11.55 Helen King (Open University)
‘SHE FELT AS THOUGH THERE WAS A GATHERING ABOUT HER HEART': PHYSICIANS' VOICES, WOMEN'S VOICES IN THE HIPPOCRATIC EPIDEMICS
11.55–12.35 Carin Green (Department of Classics, University of Iowa)
WOMEN'S VOICES: THE INSCRIPTIONS FROM EPIDAURUS
12.35–14.00 LUNCH BREAK
14.00–16.00 PANEL 4: Mental Patient 1
14.00–14.40 Ido Israelowich (Department of Classics, Tel Aviv University)
MADNESS AND MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE EYES OF ROMAN LAW
14.40–15.20 Georgios Kazantzidis (Department of Greek and Latin, Johannesburg University)
WORDS VS. HELLEBORE: CELSUS ON THE TREATMENT OF MELANCHOLICS (DE MEDICINA 3.18.17–18)
15.20–16.00 Pauline Koetschet (IFAO Cairo)
EXPERIENCING MADNESS: MENTAL PATIENTS IN MEDIEVAL ARABO-ISLAMIC TRADITION
16.00–16.15 COFFEE/TEA BREAK
16.15–17.35 PANEL 5: Patients and physicians in Byzantine Galenism
16.15–16.55 Karl Heinz Leven (Institut für Geschichte und Ethik der Medizin, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
PATIENTS IN PURPLE: BYZANTINE EMPERORS AND THEIR GALENIC DOCTORS
16.55–17.35 Petros Bouras-Vallianatos (King's College London)
MEDICINE BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE TWILIGHT OF BYZANTINE GALENISM: THE ROLE OF THE PATIENT IN JOHN ZACHARIAS ACTUARIUS' ON URINES
5 mins. BREAK
17.40–19.00 PANEL 6: Patient as Physician 1
17.40–18.20 John Wilkins (University of Exeter)
TREATMENT OF THE MAN: GALEN'S PREVENTIVE MEDICINE IN THE SANITATE TUENDA
18.20–19.00 Georgia Petridou (Humboldt-Universität)
BECOMING A DOCTOR, BECOMING A GOD. AILIOS ARISTEIDES AS INFORMED PATIENT AND THE APPROPRIATION OF HEALING POWER IN THE HIEROI LOGOI

Sunday 1 July 2012
(Institut für Klassische Philologie, Friedrichstrasse 191)

9.00–11.00 PANEL 7: Case Histories 2
9.00–9.40 John Wee (Yale University)
THE PATIENT AS VARIABLE : PRESUPPOSITIONS IN THE WRITING OF CASE HISTORIES
9.40–10.20 Brooke Holmes (Princeton University)
THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE PATIENT: THE SUBJECTIVE SYMPTOM IN THE HIPPOCRATIC CORPUS
10.20–11.00 Colin Webster (Columbia University)
THE VOICE OF THE PATIENT IN THE HIPPOCRATIC CORPUS
11.00–11.15 COFFEE/TEA BREAK
11.15–12.35 PANEL 8: Patient as Physician 2
11.15–11.55 Jane Draycott (British School at Rome, Nottingham University)
THE PRO-ACTIVE PATIENT: SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT IN ROMAN EGYPT
11.55–12.35 Katherine van Schaik (Department of Classics, Harvard University and Harvard Medical School)
„IT MAY NOT CURE YOU, IT MAY NOT SAVE YOUR LIFE, BUT IT WILL HELP YOU”: THE PATIENT-PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIP AND TREATMENT OF ILLNESS IN THE ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN WORLD AND IN CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
12.35–14.00 LUNCH BREAK
14.00–15.20 PANEL 9: Mental Patient 2
14.00–14.40 Susan Mattern (Departement of History, University of Georgia)
GALEN'S PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS
14.40–15.20 Mark Hochberg/ Michael Fontaine (New York University Medical School/Cornell University)
ON BEING SANE IN AN INSANE PLACE—THE LABORATORY OF EPIDAMNUS
15.20–15.40 COFFEE/TEA BREAK
15.40–19.20 PANEL 10: Patient-Physician Relationship
15.40–16.20 Jennifer Kosak (Departement of Classics, Bowdoin College)
MALE PATIENTS AND THE HEALING HAND
16.20–17.00 Giulia Ecca (Humboldt Universität)
DER ARZT UND SEIN LOHN: EIN ASPEKT DER MEDIZINISCHEN DEONTOLOGIE IN DEN PRAECEPTIONES
17.00–17.40 Orly Lewis (Humboldt Universität)
THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF ANCIENT “PULSE-LORE” AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE PATIENT-DOCTOR INTERACTION
10 mins. BREAK
17.50–18.30 Amber Porter (University of Calgary)
SYMPATHY AND COMPASSION IN SORANUS' GYNECOLOGY AND CAELIUS AURELIANUS' ON CHRONIC DISEASES
18.30–19.10 Patty Baker (University of Kent)
IMAGES OF CUPPING VESSELS: A SYMBOLIC MEANS OF DEMONSTRATING COMPETENT MEDICAL CARE TO THE GRECO-ROMAN PATIENT
19.10–19.30 Discussion – Concluding remarks

 

Programme complet


Source : Site du programme de recherche : Medicine of the Mind, Philosophy of the Body

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