HSTM seminar series at Kings College London

///HSTM seminar series at Kings College London

HSTM seminar series at Kings College London

Following the movement of the Imperial College Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine to Kings College London, I am pleased to announce details of the KCL Autumn term seminar series in the history of science, technology and medicine.

Seminars will be held on Wednesdays, 5-6.30pm in room S8.08, on the 8th floor of the Strand Building, London WC2R 2LS. All are welcome to attend. For any queries, please contact [email protected]

2 Oct: Sabine Clark, University of York
Beyond ‘Seeing like a State’: Reflections on the historiography of science and development

9 Oct: Clare Pettit, KCL
Mermaids amongst the Cables: The Abstracted Body and the Telegraphic Touch in the Nineteenth Century

23 Oct: Marcus Hall, University of Zurich
The Benefits of Being Parasitized: symbiosis in world history.

24 Nov: Dennis Stathalopoulos, KCL
Healing Encounters: Medicine as Cultural Exchange, 13th-15th centuries.

4 Dec: Don Avery, University of Western Ontario
Should influenza be considered a biological weapon? A historical and contemporary debate.

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