Medical Humanities Reading Group

The Medical Humanities Reading Group welcome you to our upcoming guest speaker event on Tuesday 21st February,  at 5pm, in HumSS 110.

How to Have Jazz Hands in an Epidemic:
musical theatre as a response to AIDS

Emily Garside completed her PhD on transnational theatre, exploring UK productions of American AIDS-related theatre, in 2015. She is an engaging speaker, having presented her research not only to fellow academics, but also in the West End as an accompaniment to recent productions of ‘AIDS plays’, as they have come to be know, such as Andrew Keates’ recent revival of As Is at the Trafalgar Studios. She is currently working on a book proposal, and preparing a workshop on Angels in America with the National Theatre.

About Cindy

Associate Professor in the Department of English Literature at the University of Reading. Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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