Hosted by the Maine Women Writers Collection, University of New England, and the School of English, University of Kent.

Cosponsored by the British Academy; Center for Excellence in Aging and Health, UNE; Certificate Program in Applied Arts and Social Justice, UNE; College of Arts and Sciences, UNE; College of Dental Medicine, UNE; College of Osteopathic Medicine, UNE; Department of Biological Sciences, UNE; Department of Creative and Fine Arts, UNE; Department of English, UNE; Department of History and Philosophy, UNE; Department of Nursing, UNE; Department of Society, Culture, and Languages, UNE; Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC), UNE; Program of Women’s and Gender Studies, UNE; School of Social Work, UNE; UNE NORTH: The Institute for North Atlantic Studies; Westbrook College of Health Professions, UNE.

September 13, 2018: Tell Me What Hurts: Storytelling and the Healing Arts
This one-day symposium explores many stories of healing, from personal to professional to collective, using approaches from the arts, humanities, and health professions.
September 14, 2018: Artists' Books for Ourselves and Each Other
Using the history and health of our own bodies, we will create three artists' books each from a different prompt. Through these three projects students will learn to develop autobiographical material into different book structures- the dos à dos, the accordion, and the compound binding. Class taught by Rebecca Goodale.