Competition: Your Research In One Image (Use and Abuse in the Long Nineteenth Century)

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Creative Competition:

Your Research in One Image

We are inviting submissions of creative works which explore any aspect of nineteenth-century substance use and abuse.

  • Photography, painting, digital art, mixed media, posters?
  • Still lives of drug paraphernalia?
  • Microscopic images of chemical compounds
  • Mapping nineteenth-century drug use?
  • A sculpture featuring Sherlock Holmes’s 243 types of tobacco ash?

The ‘Substance Use and Abuse in the Long Nineteenth Century’ conference will bring together international, interdisciplinary researchers from Medical Humanities, the History of Medicine, and Romantic/Victorian literature to examine the changing roles of substances for therapy, medication, and recreation in the nineteenth century.

This competition is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students, lecturers and researchers, and members of the public.

Winners will be announced and prizes awarded at the conference, 13th – 14th September 2018 at Edge Hill University.

First prize: £100.

Head Judge: Stephen Whittle. Principle Manager, The Atkinson Southport.

Deadline for entries: 17th August 2018.

For full terms and conditions and to enter, download entry form here and send it, along with your submission, to substance18@edgehill.ac.uk . Full details available on our website: http://substance18.wordpress.com.

 

‘Substance Use and Abuse in the Long Nineteenth Century’ is supported by BAVS, BARS, Alcohol Research UK, and Past and Present Society.

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