vendredi 2 octobre 2015

Séminaire de l'Université de Birmingham

History of Medicine & Health Seminars

Medical School, University of Birmingham

The seminars will be held in Room WF38 of the Medical School at 5:30 p.m., unless otherwise stated

Thursday 8th Oct
Ms Agnes Arnold-Forster, Kings College London
"The Tyranny Which Germ Theory May Exercise": Contagion and the Causes of Cancer in the Nineteenth Century

Thursday 22nd Oct
Dr Bonnie Evans, Queen Mary University
Autism and the redefinition of child development in England since 1970

Thursday 5th Nov
Dr Andrew Williams, University of Birmingham & Mr Fred O’Dell, Northampton General Hospital
Dr Henry Isaac Gosset's icterometer and the development of neonatal care

Thursday 19th Nov
Joint with the History Department
Dr Iwo Amelung, Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main
Science and its localisation in Late Imperial and Republican China

Thursday 3rd Dec
Start time: 4.30pm
Location: Arthur Thomson Hall
John Ash Lecture, Dr David Shuttleton (
‘Dr William Cullen’s “consultations”: The Making of a Digital Edition.’


Details of future seminars and the work of the Unit are available from:
Dr Vanessa Heggie, MESH
College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT.

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