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    New digital and critical tools for the history of medicine and religion

    13/01/2017

    The next seminar in the 2016–17 History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series takes place on Tuesday 17 January. Speaker: Dr Michael Stanley-Baker (Max Planck Institute, Berlin) New digital and critical tools for the history of medicine and religion Abstract: Historians of medicine in… Continue reading

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    History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series, Spring 2017

    09/01/2017

    The History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series returns this month. The 2016–17 series – organised by a group of historians of medicine based at London universities and hosted by the Wellcome Library – will conclude with three seminars. The series… Continue reading

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    Paper, medicine and everyday technologies in the early modern household

    16/11/2016

    The next seminar in the 2016–17 History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series takes place on Tuesday 22nd November. Speaker: Dr Elaine Leong (Max Planck Institute, Berlin) Paper, medicine and everyday technologies in the early modern household Abstract: In recent years, the early modern… Continue reading

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    Miraculous medicines and exotic rituals

    04/11/2016

    The next seminar in the 2016–17 History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series takes place on Tuesday 8th November. Speaker: Dr Tara Alberts (University of York) Miraculous medicines and exotic rituals: European healers in southeast Asian royal courts in the 17th century Abstract: In a… Continue reading

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    Disfiguring disease in medical and popular perceptions

    19/10/2016

    The next seminar in the 2016–17 History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series takes place on Tuesday 25th October. Speaker: Professor Luke Demaitre (University of Virginia) Disfiguring disease in medical and popular perceptions: ‘aspectus’ and ‘spectaculum’ Abstract: Pre-modern records attest to various disfigurements caused… Continue reading

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    The melancholy earl: emotion, medicine and the body in 17th-century England

    06/10/2016

    The first seminar in the 2016–17 History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series takes place on Tuesday 11th October. Speaker: Dr Erin Sullivan (University of Birmingham) The melancholy earl: emotion, medicine and the body in 17th-century England Abstract: What did melancholy look like… Continue reading

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    UK Medical Heritage Library: events for would-be digital scholars

    28/09/2016

    As regular readers of the blog will know, we’ve been working with Jisc and a range of 9 partner institutions on the UK Medical Heritage Library (UKMHL) – a vast project to digitise 19th century texts from research libraries nationwide.… Continue reading

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    History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series, 2016–17

    23/09/2016

    The History of Pre-Modern Medicine seminar series returns this autumn. The 2016–17 series – organised by a group of historians of medicine based at London universities and hosted by the Wellcome Library – will commence with four seminars in the… Continue reading

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    London Health Histories – a workshop

    26/05/2016

    On the 17 June we will be hosting a workshop, ‘London Health Histories’, organised in association with the Centre for History in Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Bringing together academics, librarians and archivists, the workshop will consider the health… Continue reading

  • How Babylonian is the Hippocratic corpus?

    26/02/2016

    The last seminar in the 2015–16 History of Pre-Modern Medicine Seminar Series takes place on Tuesday 1 March. Speaker: Professor Mark Geller (Freie Universität, Berlin) How Babylonian is the Hippocratic corpus? Abstract: The topic of similarities and possible commonalities between Hippocratic and Babylonian… Continue reading