‘Health and Medicine in the Spanish Empire 1492-1700: Discourses, Practices and Representations’ All-day Symposium Friday 16 June 2006

‘The Charlatan’s Trial: An Italian Surgeon in the Court of King Philip II’, Professor William Eamon (New Mexico State University) ; ‘Medicine and the querelle des femmes in Early Modern Spain’, Dr Mónica Bolufer (Universitat de València); ‘The Ideal Medical Practitioner in Rodrigo de Castro’s Medicus-Politicus’, Dr Jon Arrizabalaga (CSIC-IMF, Barcelona); ‘Medical Pluralism in the Iberian Kingdoms: The Control of Extra-academic Practitioners in Valencia’, Dr María Luz López Terrada (CSIC-Valencia, Instituto de Historia de la Ciencia y Documentación López Piñero); ‘Contested Medicine(s): From New World Medicines to Old World Medicine’. Dr Antonio Barrera (Colgate University); ‘Healing Virtue: Saludadores versus Witches in Early Modern Spain’, Dr María Tausiet (IES Prado de Santo Domingo, Madrid); ‘La mayson pour distiller des eaües at El Escorial: Chemical Medicine in Philip II’s Court (1585-1603)’, Dr Mar Rey Bueno (Madrid); ‘Madrid Hospitals and Welfare in the Context of the Hapsburg Empire, 1561-1700’, Dr Teresa Huguet-Termes (CEHIC-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – SEE WEBSITE (www.ucl.ac.uk/histmed/events) FOR FULL PROGRAMME AND BOOKING FORM, or contact Carol Bowen ([email protected]). All-day Symposium Friday 16 June 2006