History and Public Health

Venue: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Keppel St. building WC1E 7HT and 15-17 Tavistock Place WC1H 9SH

Time: Thursdays 12:45-14:00

Convenors: Virginia Berridge (LSHTM), Alex Mold (LSHTM), Ingrid James (LSHTM), Martin Gorsky (LSHTM), John Manton (LSHTM)

Spring Term 2018
DateSeminar details
24 January
12:45
“Literature and Medicine in the Field: Contemporary Medical Humanities in Practice in Malawi”
Chisomo Kalinga (University of Edinburgh)
LG24, Keppel Street Building

7 February
12:45
From pleasure to moral panic? Tracing the history of gay men, sex and drugs
Maurice Nangington (University of Manchester)
LG24, Keppel Street Building

22 February
12:45
The emotional politics of family planning campaigns in 1970s and 1980s Britain
Katie Jones (University of Birmingham)
LG24, Keppel Street Building

7 March
12:45
The Political, the Emotional and the Therapeutic: The Women’s Movement and Mental Health Activism in England, c. 1969-1995
Kate Mahoney (University of Essex)
LG24, Keppel Street Building

21 March
12:45
Relief and Regret: Fifty Years of Women’s Voices in British Abortion Activism
Clare Parker (University of Kent)
LG24, Keppel Street Building

DateSeminar details
18 April
12:45
Itching to Serve: Entomology, Infection, and the Experimental Citizen in Wartime Britain, 1939-1945
Dave Saunders (Queen Mary, University of London)
LG24, Keppel Street Building