45-47 BANBURY ROAD, OXFORD, OX2 6PE [email protected] TEL: (01865) 274600


The following seminars will be held at 47 Banbury Road on Mondays 2.15pm — 4.15pm

Coffee will be available from 2.00pm

All are welcome

13 October 1ST WEEK || Marianne Fedunkiw, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, Oxford Special lecture || 20 October 2ND WEEK || Nick Evans, Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen ‘The Medical Dangers Associated with the Expansion of Passenger Shipping in Victorian Britain’ || 27 October 3RD WEEK || Patrick Wallis, IG BiS, Nottingham University ‘Stopping Plague: Visions of Control’ || 3 November 4TH WEEK || Greta Jones, University of Ulster ‘”Stupid, Stubborn Patients” The Irish and the TB Institution in the Twentieth Century’ || 10 November 5TH WEEK || Larry Geary, University College, Cork ‘Fever and Quarantine in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Ireland’ || 17 November 6TH WEEK || Dave Anderson and Daniel Branch, African Studies, University of Oxford ‘Disease and Death in the Colonial Prison: Kenya 1930-1960’ || 24 November 7TH WEEK || Nadav Davidovitch, Tel Aviv University ‘Medical Selection and Immigration to Palestine c. 1920-50’ || 1 December 8TH WEEK || Kim Taylor, Needham Institute, Cambridge University ‘Shanghai, Segregation and Disease Control: Dealing with an Outbreak of Cholera in the Chinese quarter (August 1947)’

Details of all Wellcome Unit events can be found at: http://www.wuhmo.ox.ac.uk/