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Podcasts

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Pybus Seminars prior to May 2011 are not available via podcast; however, below is a list of past talks given at the public seminar series: 

09-03-2011
Dr Samiksha Sehrawat (Newcastle University)
Medical Philanthropy in Colonial Punjab, c.1860-1920

26-01-2011
Dr James Kennaway (University of Durham)
Syncopation, Sin and Pathology: American and European Discourse on Jazz as a Source of Disease?

17-11-2010
Prof. Waltraud Ernst (Oxford Brookes University)
Colonialism and Transnational Psychiatry: The Case of the Ranchi Indian Mental Hospital, c. 1925-1940

03-11-2010
Dr Emma Jones (University of Manchester)
Between Unrecognised Illness and Social Construct: Feminist Responses to Premenstrual Syndrome in 1970s and 1980s Britain

09-06-2010
Dr Patrick Wallis (London School of Economics)
Seeking a Cure in Early Modern England: Medicine between the Family and the Marketplace

05-05-2010
Dr Mark Jenner (University of York)
Taste and the Pulse in Augustan England

10-03-2010
Dr Gayle Davis (University of Edinburgh)
The Logistics of Vital Statistics: Death Certification, the Medical Profession and the State in Earlier Twentieth-Century Britain

17-02-2010
Dr Michael Brown (University of Manchester)
Abernethy vs. The Lancet: The Cultural Politics of Medical Knowledge in the Age of Reform

20-01-2010
Dr Alysa Levene (Oxford Brookes University)
Dirt, Itch and Pox: Parish Medical Care for Children in Eighteenth-century London

09-12-2009
Dr Erica Charters (University of Oxford)
Biological Warfare in the 18th Century: Military Medicine and the Ethics of War

21-10-2009
Prof. Gideon Manning (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA)
Why Medicine Mattered to René Descartes and Why it Should Matter to Historians of Philosophy and Science

24-09-2009
Dr Martina King (Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich)
Genius and Germs: How Literature Harmonizes Essentialist and Positivist Conceptions of Illness After 1900

22-04-2009
Dr Julius Rocca (University of Exeter)
Galen’s teleology: a medical world-view of intelligent design

18-03-2009
Dr David Gardner-Medwin (Newcastle)
William Turner (1508-1568) as a physician

04-03-2009
Dr Monica Azzolini (University of Edinburgh)
Astrology and Politics at a Renaissance Court: The Sforza of Milan, 1450–1499

04-02-2009
Prof. Steve King (Oxford Brookes University)
The particular claims of a woman and mother: sickness as rhetoric and strategy in the letters of poor women 1800–1840

14-01-2009
Prof. Armelle Debru (Université Paris V)
Being human means to exercise: Galen’s route to knowledge, health and morality

01-12-2008
Prof. Ulf Schmidt (University of Kent)
The Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial and the Legacy of the Nuremberg Code

17-11-2008
Dr Guido Giglioni (The Warburg Institute, University of London)
The Physiological Foundations of Tommaso Campanella’s Theory of Magic

03-11-2008
Prof. Paul Weindling (Oxford Brookes University)
Opposing the Nazi Racial State: The International Critique of Nazi Race Policies

09-06-2008
Dr Projit B. Mukharji (Newcastle University)
Re-Visiting the Calcutta Plague, 1896-98: Diagnosing a Neo-Hindu Modernity

12-05-2008
Prof. John Pickstone (University of Manchester)
Professionals, Industry and the Political Economy of Medical Devices: The Artificial Hip in the UK and the US since WWII

28-04-2008
Dr Ivan Crozier (Edinburgh University)
The Trial of Ronald True

01-03-2008
Dr Lorenzo Perilli (University of Rome Tor Vergata and Lumsa)
Medical Books and Medical Libraries in Classical Greece

11-02-2008
Dr Kirsi Lorentz (Newcastle University)
Bones of beauty: Shaping the head in the prehistoric Near East and Eastern Mediterranean

28-01-2008
Dr Caroline Petit (University of Manchester)
Galen on Pharmacology

10-12-2007
Dr Christoph Lũthy (Radboud University, Nijmegen)
The Forgotten Meaning of “Mechanical” in Seventeenth-Century Medicine and Philosophy

19-11-2007
Dr Ruth Richardson (University of Hertfordshire & Cambridge University)
Medical Ethics and the Arts – A Georgian Controversy

 

Pybus: "Tropical Training for Colonial Nurses: 1899-1960"

Added 09 May 2012 | Duration 50 minutes 56 seconds
Dr Rosemary Wall, Imperial College London and King’s College London

Pybus: "The Drug Trade in Colonial India"

Added 16 November 2011 | Duration 35 minutes 24 seconds
Dr Nandini Bhattacharya, University of Leicester

Pybus: "The body in pain and tales of redemption and damnation during the wars of religion"

Added 19 October 2011 | Duration 45 minutes 51 seconds
Dr Luc Racaut, Newcastle University

Pybus: "'Stand Up Straight': Posture and the Meanings Attributed to the Upright Body"

Added 12 October 2011 | Duration 48 minutes 12 seconds
Prof Sander L. Gilman, Emory University

Pybus: "Collecting Knowledge for the Family: Household Recipe Books in Early Modern England"

Added 08 June 2011 | Duration 43 minutes 7 seconds
Dr Elaine Leong, University of Cambridge

Pybus: "The Hospital Crisis in Post-War Britain and France: Leeds and Lille, 1918-28"

Added 25 May 2011 | Duration 45 minutes 44 seconds
Prof Barry Doyle, University of Huddersfield

Pybus: "Madness and Passions in Early Modern Spain"

Added 04 May 2011 | Duration 43 minutes 16 seconds
Dr Elena Carrera, Queen Mary, University of London
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