War, Health, and the Environment in the Modern Age
Historians have come to recognize the crucial role that health and environment play in modern warfare. At the same time, the history of the interaction between disease and war has been a particularly fruitful sub-discipline in the history of medicine. This part-day workshop brings together leading scholars on the history of war and its interaction with health and the environment in the modern period, with a particular emphasis on global contexts.

Speakers include: Margaret Humphreys (Duke University); Chulhee Lee (Seoul National University); Mary Brazelton (Cambridge); Guillaume Picketty (Sciences Po); Mark Harrison (Oxford); Jeong-Ran Kim (Oxford); Atsuko Naono (Oxford); Rod Bailey (Oxford); Micah Muscolino (Oxford)

Organised by The Centre for the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Oxford and Oxford Centre for Global History.

For more details visit global.history.ox.ac.uk/?page_id=2687 All welcome.
Date: 6 June 2017, 14:00 (Tuesday, 7th week, Trinity 2017)
Venue: History Faculty, George Street OX1 2RL
Venue Details: Colin Matthew Room
Speaker: Various Speakers
Organisers: Erica Charters, Mark Harrison, Rod Bailey
Booking required?: Required
Booking email: global@history.ox.ac.uk
Audience: Public
Editor: Laura Spence