A seminar series, open to all, on the History of Health and Medicine at King’s College, London, generously supported by the Principal’s Innovation Fund. NB All seminars start at 6pm EXCEPT ON 13TH FEBRUARY WHEN WE START AT 6.30.

Wednesday 13th February 2013 AT *6.30* – Anatomy Museum, Floor 6, King’s Building Miri Rubin (Queen Mary, University of London) MIRACULOUS CURES AND A MARTYR’S VIRTUE IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY

[Please note this seminar follows a half-day workshop between 2.00 and 4.45 on Portraiture and Death. For further details contact Dr. Keren Hammerschlag: [email protected]]

Wednesday 20th February 2013 – K3.11 Jonathan Barry (University of Exeter) RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION AND MEDICAL PRACTICE IN EARLY MODERN BRISTOL

Wednesday 27th February – K2.31 Christina Benninghaus (University of Cambridge and University of Bielefeld) RELIGION AND THE MEDICAL TREATMENT OF INFERTILITY, GERMANY ca 1750-1930

Wednesday 13th March 2013 Afternoon visit to the Wellcome Library to see visual materials related to the theme of the seminar series. It is essential to book in advance for this visit as places will be limited. Further details will be announced when numbers are known. Please indicate your interest by emailing Sophie Mann – details below – as soon as possible but in any case no later than 5.00pm on 1st March 2013

Wednesday 20th March – K.3.11 Concluding round table: David Crankshaw, Sophie Mann, and Ludmilla Jordanova (King’s College, London) and Stephen Brogan (Independent Scholar). RELIGION AND MEDICINE: AVENUES FOR FUTURE RESEARCH

This seminar series has been organized by Ludmilla Jordanova and Sophie Mann, Department of History, with support from Anne-Marie Rafferty, School of Nursing and Midwifery, and Julia Howse, Centre for Humanities and Health.