Catch us if you can!
Upcoming talks, lectures, conferences, and workshops by our faculty.
10: Dan Todes will be presenting at University College, London, in a symposium on Biography in the History of Psychology and Psychiatry.
18-19: Marta Hanson will lead a workshop titled, "The Cultural History of Chinese Medicine,” Australian Chinese Medicine Society, Brisbane.
22: Nathaniel Comfort will be the featured speaker at "PhD Day" for the pharmacology department at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
23: Mary Fissell will be at King’s College London, delivering "Blood Will Out: Kinship, the Body, and Popular Medicine, 1750-1860."
30: Mary Fissell will be the Keynote Speaker, Anglo-American Conference, Institute for Historical Research, London: "Sex and Family in Aristotle's Masterpiece: Two Centuries of Vernacular Medicine". http://www.history.ac.uk/aac2011
Marta Hanson will begin a three-month stay at the Max Planck Institute in Berlin.
13-15, Gianna Pomata will participate in the workshop, "The Skillful Naturalist: Experiment and Theorizing in Early Modern Science", University of Leeds, England.
Marta Hanson will begin a nine-month fellowship at the University of Erlangen, Germany, at the International Research Consortium on Fate & Prognostication
21: Mary Fissell will be at Washington University, St. Louis, keynote speaker, at History of the Body Conference, "Blood Will Out: Kinship, the Body, and Popular Medicine, 1750-1860". (http://history.artsci.wustl.edu/GHA/Conference)
10: Mary Fissell, “Something Borrowed, Something Blue: The Strange History Of Aristotle’s Masterpiece”, Zverina Lecture, Dittrick Medical History Center, Case Western Reserve, Cleveland OH.