Please find below the CHSTM lunchtime seminar series for October-December 2013. The seminars will be held every Tuesday at 1 p.m. in room 2.57, Simon Building, Brunswick Street.

All are welcome.

1st October
Special Event: Wilson’s White Heat at the People’s History Museum
Meet outside 2.57 Simon Building at 1 p.m.
Please note that booking is advised, for further information please see:

8th October
Special Event: Museum Trip (to be confirmed)

15th October
Becky Bowd, University of Leeds
‘Extending medical knowledge’: libraries, books and medicine in the eighteenth century

22nd October
Laura Neff, Royal Holloway, University of London
In This Empire: Memory, Metaphors and the Rise of the Medical Statesman 1860-1890

5th November
Justine Cook, University of Kent
Road Signs, Design Aesthetics and History of Technology

12th November
Chris Corker, Sheffield Hallam University
The Spin Of Technology: Armaments and Metallurgy at Hadfields, Sheffield c.1900-1914

19th November
Cameron Roberts, University of Manchester
Intercity motoring: from vision to realization as shown in the British motoring press.

26th November
Hannah Kershaw, University of Manchester
‘What your mother won’t tell you…’ the representation of HIV/AIDS in British teenage girls’ magazines, 1983-1997

3rd December
Dunja Blazevic, University of Bergen
A place for gender in history? Debating gender history in Scandinavia 1970-2000′

For more information on any of the above seminars please contact:
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