Emilie Raymer, The Johns Hopkins University, 'Heredity, the Environment, and Human Progress: Neo-Darwinism and the American Social Sciences', Room 300, Gilman Hall, Homewood Campus.
Matthew Smith, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 'Anaphylactic Reactions: How Peanuts Put the Food Back into Allergy', Tuesday Brown Bag Lunch, 12:30-1:30pm, Institute Seminar Room, East Baltimore Campus
Wendy Kline (Purdue University), 'Coming Home: Medicine, Midwives, and the Transformation of Birth in Late-Twentieth-Century America', 3pm, Seminar Room, Institute of the History of Medicine, East Baltimore Campus.
In the Institute Seminar Room on March 31, 12:30-1:30 pm, Prof Mary Fissell will talk about "Teaching Online, the Toolbox approach" in our Tuesday brown bag lunch series.
HSMT colloquium at 3pm with Benjamin Zajicek (Towson University), 'The Reception of Emil Kraepelin’s Dementia Praecox Concept in Russia, 1899-1914', Seminar Room, Institute of the History of Medicine, East Baltimore Campus.
HSMT colloquium with Jimena Canales (University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana), 'The Media of Relativity: Theoretical Physics and the Telecommunications Industry', Room 300, Gilman Hall, Homewood Campus.
Join us in the Institute Seminar Room at 12.30-1.30pm on Tuesday March 10 for a brown bag lunch with our very own grad student Seth LeJacq, who will present his paper "Damned Buggers: The Experiences of the Accused in Royal Navy Sodomy Cases, 1690-1840".
Prof Mary Fissell will give a lecture in JHU's Applied Physics Laboratory in recognition of Women's History Month. "Making Knowledge with Her Hands: An Eighteenth Century Midwife" will take place in the Parsons Auditorium at 12pm on Tuesday March 3, 2015.
Many congratulations to HSMT program grad student Richard Nash, whose paper 'William Keith Brooks and the naturalist’s defense of Darwinism in the late-nineteenth century' has just appeared online in the History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences.