Call for papers
Second Luso-Brazilian Meeting on the History of Tropical Medicine
The Luso-Brazilian Meetings on the History of Tropical Medicine have always sought to strike a balance between historiographical reflections, which help develop a broader comparative analysis, and case-studies examining different national, colonial, post-colonial, international and global contexts. We will continue to favor both approaches at the 1st meeting. The bulk of historiographical research has explored the period in the post-World War II. This meeting will work with a broader focus by examining the roles played by countries like Portugal, Brazil and Spain, and their connections with imperial and post-colonial research and practice.
The 2nd Luso-Brazilian Meeting on the History of Tropical Medicine welcomes proposals for individual papers, but preference will be given to organized sessions of three or more papers. We particularly invite contributions with a transnational dimension concerning the Historical analyses of the links between tropical medicine and international health in the post-World War II, in paying particular attention to ideas, exchanges, technologies and practices in Portuguese-African-Asian-Brazilian relations, notably by addressing the circulation of ideas and ideologies in the light of each region’s socioeconomic, political, and administrative peculiarities, as well as power correlations between markets, nation states and international agencies.
The Scientific Committee encourages contributions on a range of themes addressing the following topics:
- Medical knowledge and practices: plural histories and traditions
- Actors, pathogenic agents, diseases, and institutions
- International public health policies and networks
- Archives and museums: documents and collections
- Tropical medicine and the environment
- Tropical medicine and bioethic
The History of Tropical Medicine welcomes proposals for individual papers, but preference will be given to organized sessions of three or more papers.
All proposals should be submitted electronically via our website by 2 March 2015.
Presenters will be allotted 20 minutes and their papers may be delivered in Portuguese, and English. However, there will be no simultaneous translation.
If you have any questions related to the scientific programme, paper or session proposals, please, do not hesitate to contact Isabel Amaral (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jaime Benchimol (email@example.com), the chairs of the programme committee.
Conference : 14 /10 / 2015
Alexander Medclaf– University of York
Amélia Ricon-Ferraz – Universidade of OPorto
Ana Cristina Roque – Tropical and Scientific Research Institute, Lisbon
André Felipe Cândido da Silva – Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ)
André Mota – University of São Paulo
Cristiana Bastos – ICS, University of Lisbon
Henrice Altink – University of York
João Rui Pita – CEIS, University of Coimbra
Jorge Seixas – IHMT, New University of Lisbon
Marta Lourenço – CIUHCT, University of Lisbon
Monica Saavedra – University of York
Nelson Sanjad – Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi
Rita Garnel - CESNOVA, New University of Lisbon
Rita Pemberton, The University of the West Indies, St.Augustine,Trinidad and Tobago
Sandra Caponi – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Sílvio Marcus de Souza Correa – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Simone Kropf – Casa de Oswaldo Cruz
Stefan Rinke –Lateinamerika-Institut. Freie Universität Berlin
Tânia Salgado Pimenta – Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ)
Local Organizing Committee
Ana Carneiro – CIUHCT, New University of Lisbon
Ana Rita Lobo – CIUHCT, New University of Lisbon
Isabel Amaral– CIUHCT, New University of Lisbon
Jaime L. Benchimol – Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ)
José Luís Dória – IHMT, New University of Lisbon
Luís Neves Costa – University of Coimbra
Magali Romero Sá – Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ)
Maria Paula Diogo – CIUHCT, New University of Lisbon
Philip Havik – IHMT, New University of Lisbon
Ricardo Castro – FCSH, New University of Lisbon
Sanjoy Bhattacharya – Centre for Global Health Histories – University of York
Zulmira Hartz – IHMT, New University of Lisbon