SEMINARS 2008/2009

WORK IN PROGRESS SEMINARS (WIPS)

05/05/09
Fitness Begins in the High Chair: The President’s Council on Youth Fitness and Cold War Exercise Promotion
Shelly McKenzie, George Washington University

04/21/09
Human Rights and the Professionalization of Public Health
Sokhieng Au, Johns Hopkins University

03/10/09
“A Record of Historical Fact” Transsexuality, Retrospective Diagnosis, and the Ethics of History or Joking in the Archive with Carolyn Steedman
Dan O’Connor, Johns Hopkins University

12/16/08
The Cinema of the Future: Visions of the Medium as Modern Educator, 1895-1910
Oliver Gaycken, Temple University

12/09/08
Behind Closed Doors
Laura Stark, Office of History, National Institutes of Health

11/18/08
Who Owns What? Private Ownership and the Public Interest in the Recombinant DNA Technology in the 1970s
Doogab Yi, Office of History, National Institutes of Health

11/04/08
Mapping and Remapping the Boundaries Between Orthodox and Unorthodox Medicine
Eric W. Boyle, Office of NIH History, National Institutes of Health

10/28/08
Travelling Facts about Crowded Rats: Rodent Experimentation and the Human Sciences
Edmund Ramsden, University of Exeter

10/21/08
Introduction to Cholesterol: A Scientific, Medical, and Social History, 1908-1962
Todd M. Olszewski, Office of History, National Institutes of Health

09/30/08
Solving the Puzzle of Russian Tick-Borne Encephalitis: Science, Discovery, and History in the Soviet Far East, 1932-1958 and Beyond
Lisa K. Walker, Independent Scholar

 

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