On Thursday, Sept 6th, Professor Randall Packard spoke at the conference entitled “Africa and the Epidemiological Imagination” at the University College London.
For more information about the workshop, please see below or click here.
Dr. Timothy Walker of University of Massachsetts Dartmouth will present "Portuguese Parallels: Comparing the Historia Naturalis Brasiliae (Amsterdam, 1648) to Analogous Efforts toward Codifying Indigenous Brazilian Medicinal Knowledge in Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries" as part of the Program for the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology's Fall 2018 Colloquia Series.
Dr. Sara Ritchey of the Univeristy of Tennessee will present their paper entitled "Caring by the Hours: the Psalter as a Source of Gendered Healthcare" as part of the Program for the History of Science, Medicine, & Tecnhnology's Fall 2018 Colloquia Series. Dr.
Our very own professors Dr. Marta Hanson (left) and Dr.
Dr. Warwick Anderson of the University of Sydney will present "From Racial Types to Aboriginal Clines: The Illustrative Career of Joseph B. Birdsell" as part of our Fall 2018 Colloquium presented by the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology.
Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens of Queens College, CUNY will present "Exploring Hapticity, Slavery and the Emergence of American Gynecology" as part of our 2018 Fall Colloquium presented by the Program in the History of Science, Medicine & Technology. Dr.
On April 7, 2018, Mary Fissell gave the keynote address at the Mid Atlantic British Studies Conference at the University of Maryland, College Park jointly with Karin Wulf, Director, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. Professors Fissell and Wulf spoke on “Rethinking Narratives of Family and Kinship in the British Atlantic”.
Photo credit: U.S. National Archives ARC ID: 300126.