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The Centre for the History of Medicine, Durham University Research Seminars Epiphany Term 2008

///The Centre for the History of Medicine, Durham University Research Seminars Epiphany Term 2008

The Centre for the History of Medicine, Durham University Research Seminars Epiphany Term 2008

15 January 2008: Dr James Kennaway (Stanford University, USA) ‘The Female Ear: The History of Music as a Danger for Women’s Nerves’ 5pm, Durham Campus, Durham, 48/49 Old Elvet, room 010 This seminar is in collaboration with the Philosophy Department

5 February 2008: Dr Karen Nolte (University of Wurzburg, Germany) ‘Caring for Dying Patients – Physicians and Nurses in Germany in the 19th Century’ 5pm, Queen’s Campus, Stockton, Wolfson Research Institute, Seminar Room

19 February 2008: Mr Jeff Meek (Glasgow University) ‘Habitual Pederasts, Funnelling and Fissures: ‘The Role of the Medic in Scottish Sodomy Trials, 1880 to 1930’ 5pm Queen’s Campus, Stockton, Wolfson Research Institute, Seminar Room

11 March 2008: Dr Anna Maerker (Oxford Brookes University) ‘Circulating anatomies: The production and distribution of anatomical models in comparative perspective’ 5pm Queen’s Campus, Stockton, Wolfson Research Institute, Seminar Room

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