Below you can find details of the winners of the student prizes 2023
Fevers, Frets, and Futures: uncertainty and new ecologies for post-Covid healthcare
Association for Medical Humanities Annual international conference, in collaboration with the IAS, UCL. 4th – 7th July 2023
2023 Student Prize Winners
To support the work of new scholars in the field, each year the AMH awards a number of student prizes each worth £50 at its discretion from among submissions to the annual conference. Students were invited to enter their independently researched sole-authored/created or collaborative work, in the following categories:
- Best Postgraduate (including PhD) research poster/abstract prize
- Best Undergraduate research poster/abstract prize
- 2D and 3D Visual arts prize: eg photograpy, painting, drawing, sculpture etc.
- Performance/Movement/Audio prize: eg film, performance, dance, music, etc.
- Creative writing prize : eg short story, poetry or other form of writing practice
Submissions closed on Tuesday 11th April 2023. Submissions had to include:
- Posters: A 250-word abstract, 4 keywords, and a 50-word biography (posters will be judged on site on Wed 5th July, from all accepted posters, and the winner will be announced). You will need to send a PDF of your finished poster one week before the conference, ie by 27th June 2023.
- 2D and 3D Visual Arts: Up to 5 images with a title, medium, date, brief description of up to 250 words for a series or up to 50 words per individual image, 4 keywords, and a 50-word biography.
- Performance and movement: title, medium, brief description of up to 250-words, 4 keywords, link to the site of performance or video (no longer than 10 mins) and a 50-word biography.
- Creative writing: Title, abstract and sample writing (no more than 1,000 words) and a 50-word biography.
Submissions must conform to the conference theme of 'Fevers, Frets, and Futures: uncertainty and new ecologies for post-Covid healthcare'. Read the full description on the call for abstracts webpage. Winners will be expected to write a blog about their work for publication on www.amh.ac.uk.