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Seminars – Semester 1

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Seminars – Semester 1

Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine University of Manchester, UK SEMINAR LIST, Semester 1, 2006/7

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars take place at 4pm in Room 2.57 in Room 2.57, Second Floor, Simon Building, Brunswick Street, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, UK. Tea at 3:30pm. All welcome.

3 October Michael Goldman, University of Minnesota Producing Global Knowledge, Experts, and Expertise: The Power of the World Bank (Co-sponsored by the Institute for Development Policy and Management)

17 October Emese Lafferton, University of Edinburgh Skulls and Bones, and the Magyar Moustache: Nation-Building in Hungarian Sciences around 1900

24 October Julia Hallam, University of Liverpool Gender and Professionalism in the Medical Melodrama

31 October John Wills, University of Kent Utopia or Doomsday: Atomic Power at Diablo Canyon, California

7 November Barbara Stafford, University of Chicago Putting Images back in Mind: From Representation to Mental Representation

*** PLEASE NOTE VENUE AND TIME: Lecture Theatre, Michael Smith Building, University of Manchester, 5pm. ***

(Co-sponsored by the Cultural Theory Institute, Art History and Visual Studies, and the AHRC Research Centre for Studies of Surrealism and its Legacies)

14 November Roger Cooter, University College London, and Claudia Stein, University of Warwick Thinking in Posters: AIDS and the Power of the Visual

21 November Ivan Crozier, University of Edinburgh Pillow Talk: Reflections on the Uses of Case Histories in Sexology

28 November Rob Iliffe, Imperial College London Disciplines and the Rhetorical Worlds of Isaac Newton

5 December Anne Marie Rafferty, King’s College London British Nurses in the Colonies 1896-1946 (Co-sponsored by the UK Centre for the History of Nursing and Midwifery)

12 December Flurin Condrau, University of Manchester Patients and Power: Social Theory, Politics and Medical Education since World War II

This semester’s seminar co-ordinators are Dr Aya Homei and Dr Elizabeth Toon. Further information and contact details are available from our website: www.manchester.ac.uk/chstm

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