Graham Mooney recently moderated a panel discussion in the Bloomberg School of Public Health about the contentious history of Johns Hopkins and the East Baltimore community. You can watch a video of the event here.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Johns Hopkins University Press present Pathologist of the Mind: Adolf Meyer and the Origins of American Psychiatry (JHU Press, 2014) by Susan D. Lamb, a graduate of the Department of the History of Medicine.
Come join us to celebrate the publication with a reception, book signing, and panel discussion with author Susan D. Lamb, Paul McHugh, Phillip Slavney, Ray DePaulo, Meg Chisolm, and Frank Mondimore.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
On October, 6 at 3-4.30pm Marta Hanson will discuss her research on Chinese arts of memory in medicine and astrology at a History and Sociology of Science Workshop on "What students of 20th-century science can learn from the study of ancient China" with Nathan Sivin.
Jeremy Greene will be at the upcoming Baltimore Book Festival. Catch him at the Ivy Bookshop stage at 1pm on Saturday 27 September to hear about the evolution and complexities of the generic drug industry.
On September 14, Prof Gianna Pomata will be giving a keynote address to the Annual Meeting of the German Association for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology (DGGMNT), in Munich on September 12-14. Her talk is titled, "Epistemic Genres: Tools for the Cultural History of Knowledge". You can find more details and the full program here.
Barron Lerner, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Population Health, New York University School of Medicine, will give the Johns Hopkins Medical Grand Rounds at 8.00am on Friday September 12, 2014. The title of his talk is "Two Doctors, Two Generations: The Evolution of Medical Ethics" and will take place in Hurd Hall. More details here, where you can also follow a link to watch a webcast.
Very Muddy Waters: Observation and Authority in Renaissance Debates on the Generation of Mice and Bugs
Daryn Lehoux, Queen's University
Room 50, Gilman Hall, Homewood Campus
Co-sponsored with The Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Pre-Modern Europe, Johns Hopkins University. This is the third of Prof. Lehoux's lectures for the Singleton Distinguished Lecture Series. Click here for more information.