New Research in the History of Medicine and Science
Friday, 24 June 2022, 9.00 am – 5.00 pm, room MHL 224, Business School, Mill Hill Lane, Durham University
9.00 Arrival and Welcome by Holger Maehle (Director of the Centre for the History of Medicine & Disease)
9.30 Yari Perez-Marin: ‘Iván de Sorapán's Spanish Medicine (Madrid, 1616) and the popular circulation of medical knowledge’
10.00 Ursula Mulcahy: ‘Science in the Georgian North East’
11.00 Matthew Daniel Eddy: ‘Race, Health and Climate Data in 19th Century British West Africa’
11.30 Nick Summerton: ‘The health of the Emperor Augustus. A case study on the challenges of retrospective diagnosis’
12.00 Holger Maehle: ‘The Sexual Psychology of Albert Moll: A Lost Alternative to Freud’s Psychoanalytic Approach?’
12.30 Light Bite Lunch
1.30 Andy Byford: 'Juvenile Criminology in Late Imperial Russia and the Early Soviet Union'
2.00 John Shepherd: ‘Unravelling Juvenile Delinquency: Psychiatry, Statistics and Prediction in the Glueck Papers, 1940-1950'
3.00 Hansun Hsiung: ‘Sleights of Hand, Strokes of Brush: Debating the Mind on Film in Tokyo, 1910-11’
3.30 Emily Webster: ‘Rethinking environmental histories of disease in the era of COVID-19.’
4.00 Coreen McGuire: ‘Disabled Innovation to Disabled Expertise through the Domestication of Respiratory Technology 1963–1989’
4.30 Ideas for CHMD activities in 2022/23