Events

These events are hosted or sponsored by our Graduate Program and the Department of the History of Medicine. If you want to find out more about the activities of our faculty and students, please check the News page.

For the current semester's colloquia poster, please go here.

Lukas Engelmann - Colloquia Speaker

September 12, 2019

Lukas Engelmann of the University of Edinburgh will present "Making a Data Science: The Reed-Frost Model and Epidemiologic Theory in the 1920s" as part of the Fall 2019 Colloquia Series for the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology. 

Title: Making a Data Science: The Reed-Frost Model and Epidemiologic Theory in the 1920s
Who: Lukas Engelmann
When: Thursday, 9/12/19, 3pm
Where: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Welch Library Building, 1900 E Monument Street, 21205

 

Maya Kortezky, Colloquia Speaker

September 26, 2019

Maya Kortezky of Johns Hopkins University will present "Some Beauty and Meaning from these Ashes": AIDS, Intimacy, and Everyday Experience in 20th C. America" as part of the Fall 2019 Colloquia Series for the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology. 

Title: Some Beauty and Meaning from these Ashes": AIDS, Intimacy, and Everyday Experience in 20th C. America
Who: Maya Kortezky
When: Thursday, 9/26/19, 3pm
Where: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Welch Library Building, 1900 E Monument Street, 21205

Paul U. Unschuld, Event Speaker

October 1, 2019

Paul U. Unschuld of Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin will present "The Ancient Chinese Medical Classics: Neglected Sources, Surprising Modernity, Enigmatic Origin" in a talk sponsored by the Department of the History of Medicine and the Department of East-Asian Studies. 

Title: The Ancient Chinese Medical Classics: Neglected Sources, Surprising Modernity, Enigmatic Origin
Who: Paul U. Unschuld 
When: Tuesday, 10/01/19, 12pm
Where: Mergenthaler 266, Homewood Campus

Laura Beers, Colloquia Speaker

October 10, 2019

Laura Beers of American University will present "Both Feminist and Practical Politics: The Incorporation of Infertility Treatment into Family Planning in Postwar Britain" as part of the Fall 2019 Colloquia Series for the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology. 

Title: Both Feminist and Practical Politics: The Incorporation of Infertility Treatment into Family Planning in Postwar Britain
Who: Laura Beers
When: Thursday, 10/10/19, 3pm
Where: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Welch Library Building, 1900 E Monument Street, 21205

Nicole Nelson, Colloquia Speaker

October 31, 2019

Nicole Nelson of the University of Wisconsin-Madison will present "Humans as a model for animals: Patterning preclinical reproducibility reform after clinical research" as part of the Fall 2019 Colloquia Series for the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology. 

Title: Humans as a model for animals: Patterning preclinical reproducibility reform after clinical research
Who: Nicole Nelson
When: Thursday, 10/31/19, 3pm
Where: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Welch Library Building, 1900 E Monument Street, 21205

Aimee Medeiros, Colloquia Speaker

November 14, 2019

Aimee Medeiros of the University of California San Francisco will present "The Health of the Child is the Power of the Nation”: Patriotic Pediatrics and the Role of the Children’s Hospital" as part of the Fall 2019 Colloquia Series for the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology. 

Title: The Health of the Child is the Power of the Nation”: Patriotic Pediatrics and the Role of the Children’s Hospital
Who: Aimee Medeiros
When: Thursday, 11/14/19, 3pm
Where: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Welch Library Building, 1900 E Monument Street, 21205

Andrew Hogan, Colloquia Speaker

December 5, 2019

Andrew Hogan of the Creighton University will present "Values Before Evidence? Psychology and Developmental Disabilities in the Late 20th Century"" as part of the Fall 2019 Colloquia Series for the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, & Technology. 

Title: Values Before Evidence? Psychology and Developmental Disabilities in the Late 20th Century"
Who: Andrew Hogan
When: Thursday, 12/5/19, 3pm
Where: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Welch Library Building, 1900 E Monument Street, 21205

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