Jayde Martin, University of Birmingham, jxm428 (at) student.bham.ac.uk
There has been a surge in popularity within humanities disciplines to explore the sociological, artistic, and historical dimensions of scientific development. Postgraduate Researchers and Early Carer Academics from Medieval Studies to Contemporary Literature and Sociology are interested in the impact of the application of science and its related technologies upon the given society in question. With this in mind, I would like to propose a session that focuses entirely on abstracts related to digital cultures and/or papers within the health humanities. The research is mainly comprised of qualitative methodologies used within disciplines such as philosophy, religion, literature, and history. The session would aim to create an interdisciplinary space within the conference to foster relationships and academic networking between academics and researchers that are invested in both science and technology.