History of Science, Medicine, and Technology Postgraduate Conference 2018: Sex, drugs and death: new perspectives on science, medicine and technology
With panels on early modern natural philosophy; modern science; psychology; public health and colonialism; reproduction and eugenics:
The History of Science, Medicine, and Technology is an ever-expanding discipline. This two-day conference allows postgraduate students in the field to present their research, covering a broad chronological, geographic, and thematic scope. Panel topics range from early modern ideas to public health, with individual papers covering subjects as diverse as reproductive technology, honeybee diseases and twentieth-century scepticism about science – truly offering new perspectives, as questions fundamental to the history of science and medicine are explored and examined.
7 June 2018, 9:45 (Thursday, 7th week, Trinity 2018)
History Faculty, George Street OX1 2RL
Speaker: Various Speakers
Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine
Organiser contact email address:
Admission and lunch (Thursday) are free, but numbers are restricted so please register to attend by 30 May.
Members of the University only