mercredi 16 avril 2014

Reproduction, genre et sexualité en histoire de la médecine

Reproduction, Gender, and Sexuality in the History of Medicine

Trinity Term 2014 Seminar Series

Conveners: Marisa Benoit and Julianne Weis

Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine,
Seminar Room, 47 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PE
The following seminars will be held at on Mondays at 2.15pm
Coffee will be available from 2.00pm

Week 1 – 28 April
Richard McKay, King’s College
‘Flush out the “gay ones”: venereal disease investigation and homosexual activity in post-WWII North America’

Week 2 – 5 May

Week 3 – 12 May
Sarah Toulalan, Exeter
‘“Elderly years cause a total dispaire of conception”: old age and infertility in early modern England’

Week 4 – 19 May
Rebecca Williams, Warwick
‘Population control and the State in 1950s India: producing consent through “unmet needs”’

Week 5 – 26 May

Week 6 – 2 June
Gayle Davis, Edinburgh
‘Bulls, baseness and bunk: medical responses to female infertility in mid-twentieth-century Scotland’

Week 7 – 9 June
Bridget Gurtler, Princeton
‘Reproduction reconceived: cryopreservation in science, medicine, and American culture’

Week 8 – 16 June
Hilary Marland, Warwick
‘Girls’ bodies: the ends of health advice literature in Britain, c.1900’

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