Centre for the History of Science Technology and Medicine (CHSTM) Seminar series, autumn 2008
Every Tuesday at 4 p.m. in: – Room 2.57, Simon Building, Brunswick Street, University of Manchester M13 9PL
Tea at 3:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
30 September Ayesha Nathoo, University of Cambridge ‘Everything a Reporter Could Wish for’: Heart Transplants and the Media in 1968.
7 October || Jean Walton, University of Rhode Island The Peristaltic Subject.
THURSDAY 16 October || Geertje Boschma, University of British Columbia. Deinstitutionalization and community mental health nursing: A Canadian perspective joint seminar with the School of Midwifery, Nursing and Social Work
21 October || Roger Smith, Institute for the History of Science and associate at the Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Sciences Where does a claim for the necessity of historical knowledge lead in the human sciences?
28 October || Thomas Uebel, University of Manchester The Left Vienna Circle.
4 November || Matthew Thomson, University of Warwick. Psychology, Well-Being, and the Landscape of the Child in PostWar Britain
18 November Harry Oosterhuis, University of Maastricht The Politics of Health and Citizenship: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
25 November Iwan Rhys Morus, University of Aberystwyth ‘Tis like a camel, or like a whale, or like what you please’: Revisiting Radical Electricity.
2 December || Bronwyn Parry, Queen Mary University tba
9 December Caroline Petit, University of Manchester tba
* for more information contact either Duncan Wilson or Robert Kirk