Seminars are on Tuesdays from 5.00 to 6.30pm in Seminar Room 1. Tea and biscuits are available from 4.40pm. All welcome!
History of Modern Medicine and Biology
Organised by Mary Brazelton, Helen Anne Curry and Nick Hopwood.
|24 January||Lukas Engelmann (CRASSH, Cambridge)
Picturing the unusual: medical photography as an 'experimental system'
|21 February||Steve Sturdy (University of Edinburgh)
Genomics and the industrialisation of medical tests, 1980–2000
|14 March||Jeong-ran Kim (Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, Oxford)
Malaria and the colonial frontier in Manchuria, 1905–1940s
Early Science and Medicine
Organised by Lauren Kassell and Dániel Margócsy.
|31 January||Sasha Handley (University of Manchester)
Marriage, mourning and martyrdom: the history of an eighteenth-century English bed-sheet
|14 February||Tillmann Taape (HPS, Cambridge)
The craft of healing, city guilds and vernacular print: Hieronymus Brunschwig's medical manuals, c. 1500
|7 March||Jane Stephens Crawshaw (Oxford Brookes University)
The state of the environment: public health and technology in Renaissance Genoa
Generation to Reproduction
These seminars are funded by our Wellcome Trust strategic award in the history of medicine. Organised by Nick Hopwood and Lauren Kassell.
|7 February||Tamar Novick (MPI, Berlin)
Multispecies settlement in Palestine: the problem of infertility and the wonders of urine
|28 February||Zubin Mistry (University of Edinburgh)
Childless communities: early medieval monasteries and the history of (in)fertility