An international conference held over 3 days assessing the range and diversity of approaches to the history of bodily regulation. The conference is being held at the University of Glamorgan, Wales and includes panels on the following topics: Bodily functions, Clothing & fashioning, Death & survival, Disability, Discipline, Disease, Food, Institutions, Marriage, Moral campaigns, Nations and the body politic, Nature, nudity & display, Policing & crime, Race, Regulation, Religion & ritual, Theoretical perspectives, and Work. With 50 speakers and 3 keynote speakers this promises to be an exciting and varied gathering of expertise on the history of the body.
The cost of the conference for delegates is £100 which covers accommodation, food and fees.
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