Medical Humanities Symposium
The Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland is hosting a Medical Humanities Symposium in the University of Ulster, Coleraine on Thursday May 28th. If you are interested in attending please register your details with Mike Liffey.
Professor Martyn Evans – University of Durham
‘The Establishment of a Centre for Medical Humanities’
Dr David Hunter – University of Keele
‘Bioethics and the challenge of “sperm ships”: The need for the global regulation of medical technology’
Professor Anne Borsay – University of Swansea
‘Cultural Representations of Disability: The Example of History’.
Professor Andrew Smith – University of Glamorgan
‘”Do you share my madness?” Doctors and doctoring in the nineteenth century Gothic’
Professor John McLachlan – University of Durham &
Professor Karen Fleming – University of Ulster
‘”Flex + Ply”: Material Metaphors for Knowledge and Understanding of Anatomy’
Presentation by Wellcome Trust
Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland