Institute of the History of Medicine
The Johns Hopkins University
1900 E. Monument Street, Room 320
Baltimore, MD 21205-2113
Gianna Pomata is Visiting Professor at the Ruhr University, Germany, for the 2013 Fall semester. While there, she is presenting a series of lectures on ‘Epistemic Genres: Tools for the Cultural History of Knowledge’
Mary Fissell’s recent ‘racy’ talk at the University of Delaware, ‘Selling Sex Cheap: Re-making a Popular Medical Book in the 1830s and 1840s’, is now available online as a podcast. Just click on the ‘History Workshops’ tab.
Gianna Pomata will present a lecture at Humbolt-Universität Zu Berlin at 6:00pm on October 23, 2013: ‘Milk Dripping from Venus’s Breast: Lactation and Sexuality in the Art and Medicine of the Renaissance’.
Gianna Pomata will be speaking at 2:15pm on October 25, 2013 at Institut für Geschichte der Medizin, Charité–Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Her paper, ‘The Town Physician as Case Collector’, is part of the workshop ‘Ways of Writing: How Physicians Know, 1550-1950’.
Graham Mooney will be at Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA on November 12, 2013 giving a talk to the Undergraduate Scholars Program in their series of lectures on sanitation. The title of his presentation is, ‘All Aboard the Baltimore Poo-Poo Choo-Choo: Human Waste and Environmental Justice’.