Occupational Diversity: Medicine, Sickness & Gender in Historical Perspective
A Symposium in celebration of the work of Margaret Pelling

Friday 15 May 2009

Faculty of History, George Street, Oxford, OX1 2RL
Speakers are:

Lindsey Fitzharris: Reassessing John Webster (1611-1682) in the
Twenty-First century
Mark Harrison: Contagion, Medicine and the State, c.1720-1848
Lauren Kassell: How to Dispossess your Daughters of the Devil
Elaine Leong: Reading the Margins: Readers and Vernacular Medical Books
in Early Modern England
Henry Meier: Smallpox, Sick-nursing and Poor Relief in
Seventeenth-century London
Sara Pennell: The Apothecary’s Wife; or, Recovering Elizabeth Clag(g)et(t)
Patrick Wallis: Between Household and Market: Household Accounts as
Sources for Medical Consumption
John Welshman: Evacuation, Memory, and the Second World War

Academic Organisers:
Lauren Kassell, University of Cambridge
Sara Pennell, University of Roehampton
Patrick Wallis, London School of Economics

Lauren Kassell ([email protected]) for academic enquiries
Belinda Michaelides ([email protected]) for
administrative enquiries

Poster: http://www.wuhmo.ox.ac.uk/events/documents/pellingfest_001.pdf
Registration Form:

Registration deadline is Monday 27 April.