Literature and Science, Oxford: Events this term

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Forthcoming Events (Michaelmas 2013)

 21 November, 3pm

Histories of Science at Oxford Research Seminar. Dr Sloan Mahone, ‘Trauma, Trepanation and the History of Medicine’. Location: Colin Matthew Room, Faculty of History, George Street, University of Oxford.

25 November, 2.15pm

Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine Seminar. Sophie Vasset (Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7) ‘Queen Anne’s Seventeen Pregnancies and her Treatment for Barrenness’.Location: Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, 45-47 Banbury Road.

28 November, 3pm

Histories of Science at Oxford Research Seminar. Dr Will Poole, ‘Early theories of megaliths’. Location: Colin Matthew Room, Faculty of History, George Street, University of Oxford.

28 November, 6pm

Literature and Medicine Seminar Series. Dr Andy Kesson, “‘Comes she thus disabled?’ Discovering disability on the early modern stage”. Location: Green Templeton College (Abraham Lecture Theatre), Woodstock Road, University of Oxford.

29 November, 2pm

Oxford Literature and Science Seminar. Speaker yet to be confirmed. Location: Seminar Room A, the English Faculty, St Cross Building, Manor Road.

2 December, 2.15pm

Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine Seminar. Vanessa Grotti (Wellcome Unit), ‘Sociality and Healing within the Medical Missions among the Trio of Suriname and Brazil, 1959-1980′. Location: Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, 45-47 Banbury Road.

5 December, 3pm

Histories of Science at Oxford Research Seminar. Dr Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, ‘Mediation and the Contemporary “Science Play”’. Location: Colin Matthew Room, Faculty of History, George Street, University of Oxford.

see http://lit-sci-ox.org/

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