12.00 - 1.00

Registration, lunch, networking

1.00 - 1.05

Introduction: Crispian Neill

1.05 - 1.25

Keynote: Jane Macnaughton

Sensation and the symptom: understanding the ‘feeling’ of breathlessness

1.25 - 1.40

Q&A

Panel 1

Chair: Crispian Neill

1.40 - 2.00

Erin Bramwell

Will you tell me please whether Bemax is a food or medicine?’: Sensory Perception, Patent Medicines, and Consumers in Britain, 1914-1949

2.00 - 2.20

Marie Allitt

Ma(r)king Sense: Sensuous Geographies in First World War Medical Narratives

2.20 - 2.40

Samraghni Bonnerjee

“They Passed through Our Hands”: Touch, Sensuality and Affect in the Writings of the Nurses of the First World War

2.40 - 2.55

Q&A

2.55 - 3.15

Tea and coffee

Panel 2

Chair: Crispian Neill

3.15 - 3.35

Faye Bennett

Medical Students Body Donors

3.35 - 3.55

Ragna Winniewski

Phenomenology of the senses and a multisensory therapy approach toward wellbeing

3.55 - 4.15

Michael Flexer

The 'telegraphic schizophrenic manner': psychosis and the (non)sense of time

4.15 - 4.35

Crispian Neill

Olfactory disgust and diagnosis: medical culture and the sense of smell

4.35 - 4.50

Q&A

4.50 - 5.00

Post symposium address

5.00 - 6.00

Wine Reception