Registration is open.
While we are unable to meet and discuss in-person, the RHM team has been working to create an online environment dedicated to enriching the RHM community through conversations and discussions.
Gathering virtually September 10-11, 2020 to continue our discussions focused on the rhetoric of health and medicine. This iteration of the RHM Symposium is dedicated to thinking through and to challenging our own identity as a field.
Take a look at the schedule and and descriptions of the plenary sessions and our discussion hubs, which are like workshops to generate rich discussions around the topics. All of these are open to the public, but you need to register!
The Works-in-progress session on Friday is for those who were accepted through a peer review process, and it is one of the more unique features of the RHM Symposium since it provides small groups a dedicated time to workshop their work in progress. You should consider it for the next time around!
We hope to see you at this year’s RHM Symposium.
If you have an immediate question, email the symposium chair, Lisa Melonçon at email@example.com