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Publications

Stanier, J., Miglio, N. and Dolezal, L. Pandemic Politics and Phenomenology: Editors’ Introduction. Puncta: Journal of Critical Phenomenology (forthcoming).*~

Dolezal, L. and Lucas, G. Differential Experiences of Social Distancing: Considering Alienated Embodied Communication and Racism. Puncta: Journal of Critical Phenomenology (forthcoming).*~

Dolezal, L., Rose, A., and Cooper, F.  COVID-19, Online Shaming and Healthcare Professionals. The Lancet. Vol 398. August 2021: 482-483*~ Access here.

Dolezal, L. Shame, Stigma and HIV: Considering Affective Climates and the Phenomenology of Shame Anxiety. Lambda Nordica (Forthcoming).*

Dolezal, L. and Rose, A. Shame, Guilt and Medical Error in Ann Patchett’s State of Wonder. Literature and Medicine (Forthcoming).*

Rose, A. Imagining Breath, Imagining 9/11 in Indra Singha’S Animal People. Studies In the Novel. Vol. 53, No. 4, Spring 2021: 69-85~ Access here.

Lyons, B., Gibson, M., and Dolezal, L. Stories of Shame. The Lancet. Vol. 391, 2018: 1568-69.  Access here.

Rose, A.  Shame-to-cynicism conversion in The Citadel and The House of God. Medical Humanities. Published Online First: 16 June 2020. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2020-011882. Access here.

Dolezal, L. and Lyons, B. Health-related Shame: An Affective Determinant of Health? Medical Humanities. Vol. 43, No. 4, December 2017: 257-263Open Access.**

Lyons, B. and Dolezal, L. Shame, Stigma and Medicine: Editorial. Medical Humanities. Vol. 43, No. 4: December 2017: 208-210. Open Access.**

Dolezal, L. Shame, Vulnerability and Belonging: Reconsidering Sartre’s Account of Shame. Human Studies. . Vol. 40, No. 3, 2017: 421-438. Open Access.

Dolezal, L. The Phenomenology of Shame in the Clinical Encounter. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, Vol. 18, No. 4. 2015: 567-576.  Access here.

Dolezal, L. & Ratcliffe, M. (Eds.) Special Issue of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences on Emotions of the Pandemic. (Expected publication 2023).

Rose, A. & Dolezal, L. (Eds.) Special Issue of Literature and Medicine on Shame and Medicine. Call For Papers. (Expected publication Spring 2025).

Dolezal, L. & Lyons, B. (Eds.) Special Issue of Medical Humanities on Shame, Stigma and Medicine. Vol. 43, No. 4, December 2017. Access here.

Dolezal, L. “Feminism, Embodiment and Emotions.” In Thomas Szanto & Hilge Landweer (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology of Emotion. London: Routledge, 2020. Access here. 

Dolezal, L. Body Shame and Female Experience. In Dem Erleben Auf Der Spur: Feminismus und Phänomenologie [Discovering Lived Experience: Feminism and Phenomenology]. Edited by Hilge Landweer and Isabella Marcinski. Transcript Press, November 2016.  Access here.

Rose, A. and Dolezal, L. Saving Face and Public Health. BMJ Medical Humanities Blog, 26 May 2020. Available online.*

Rose, A. and Dolezal, L. Stigma and the Logics of Wartime. Covid-19, Fieldsights, 5 May 2020. Available online.*

Dolezal, L. and Rose, A. Naming and Shaming: Covid-19 and the Health Professional. BMJ Medical Humanities Blog, 7 April 2020. Available online.

Dolezal, L. and Lyons, B. Shaming People About their Lifestyle Habits Does Nothing to Improve Their Health. The Conversation. 5 December 2017. Available online

Dolezal, L. Can Plastic Surgery Make You More Authentic?: Authenticity, Shame and Cosmetic Surgery, IAI Magazine, Vol. 60, 14 November, 2017. Available online

TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS

Dolezal, L. and Fischer, C. “Losing the Body-as-Home?: Nostalgia, Embodiment and the Phenomenology of Illness” Nostalgia Between Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis Workshop, University of Vienna, 3 December 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. “Why a ‘Trauma-Informed Approach’ Requires ‘Shame-Sensitive Practice” at the Plymouth Trauma Network Group Meeting, 24 November 2021.*

Dolezal, L. ‘Healthcare Workers and Online Shaming During COVID-19’, at the Media, Communication & COVID-19 Speaker Series, Bournemouth University, 27 October 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. “Social Distancing as Familiar and Unfamiliar: Considering Alienated Embodied Communication and Racism” at the Senses of Familiarity and Togetherness Workshop, University of Padova, 8 October 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. and Rose, A. ‘A Sartrean Analysis of Pandemic Shaming’ at the Affective Enclaves Workshop, University of Copenhagen, 4 October 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. ‘Trauma and Shame: Shame-Sensitive Practice in Trauma-Informed Approaches to Healthcare’, at the Respect and Shame in Healthcare and Bioethics Workshop Series, 1 October 2021.*  Watch recording.

Dolezal, L. The Horizons of Chronic Shame. Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP) 59th Annual Conference, 25 September 2021.*

Rose, A. ‘Covidiots! Shame, Stigma and Bad Words during Covid-19.’ Medical Humanities Colloquy 2.0, 14 September 2021.*~ View presentation.

Cooper, F. ‘Young People and Covid-19: Understanding Loneliness and Avoiding Shame’, WHO Europe Policy Forum on Behavioural and Cultural Insights: Maintaining Public Support during Covid-19, Copenhagen, July 2021.~

Dolezal, L. ‘Chronic Shame and the Experience of Stigma’, Beyond the Pigeon Holes: Dutch Stigma Symposium, Open Universiteit, 18 June 2021.* View presentation.

Rose, A. ‘Asbestos, Shame and Remembered Space’, Association for Medical Humanities Conference 2021, 15 June, 2021.*

Dolezal, L. ‘Shame and Performance in Clinical Encounters’, Medicine as Theatre, Theatre as Medicine Radcliffe Seminar, Harvard University, 4 June, 2021.*

Dolezal, L., Cooper, F. and Rose, A. ‘Scenes of Shame and Stigma in COVID-19’ Panel at Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research (NNMHR) (In)visibility conference, Durham University, 22 April, 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. ‘The Politics of Shame’, University of Roehampton RIP An Evening with a Philosopher Lecture Series, 14 April, 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. and Rose, A. ‘Scenes of Shame and Stigma in COVID-19’, Health Humanities Consortium, Penn State, 25 March, 2021.*~

Dolezal, L.  ‘Fat Shaming’ under Neoliberalism and COVID-19: Examining the UK’s ‘Tackling Obesity’ Campaign”, Centre for Health, Humanities and Science (CHHS), University of Bristol, Invited Talk, 3 February 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. ‘Fat Shaming and the ‘Tackling Obesity’ Campaign’, Viral Rhetorics, GW4 Rhetoric in Society Event, 14 January 2021.*~

Dolezal, L. ‘Chronic Shame and Trauma’ at Plymouth Trauma Network Group meeting, 1 December, 2020.*

Dolezal, L. ‘Shame, Stigma and COVID-19’ at “COVID Societies: What is the place of the social sciences and humanities in pandemic times?” Seminar co-hosted by Egenis and WCCCEH, University of Exeter. 9 October, 2020.*

Dolezal, L. ‘Chronic Shame and Trauma’ at Plymouth Trauma Network Lived Experience Group meeting, 29 September, 2020.*

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*Supported by ‘Shame and Medicine’ Wellcome Collaborative Award [217879/Z/19/Z].

**Supported  by ‘Shame and Medicine’ Wellcome Seed Award [201518/Z/16/Z]

~Supported by ‘Scenes of Shame and Stigma in COVID-19’ AHRC Award [AH/V013483/1]

Special Issue of Medical Humanities on Shame, Stigma and Medicine. Vol. 43, No. 4, December 2017.