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LA MEDICINA NEL BASSO MEDIOEVO TRADIZIONE E CONFLITTI

Cinquantacinquesimo Convegno storico internazionale LA MEDICINA NEL BASSO MEDIOEVO TRADIZIONE E CONFLITTI TODI, 14 – 16 OTTOBRE 2018   CENTRO ITALIANO DI STUDI SUL BASSO MEDIOEVO ACCADEMIA TUDERTINA TODI CENTRO DI STUDI SULLA SPIRITUALITÀ MEDIEVALE DELL’UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PERUGIA Fondazione Centro … Continue reading

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New Horizons in Premodern Public Health: A Workshop with Carole Rawcliffe

Thursday 7 June, 15.30-18.00  Potgieterzaal | UB, Singel 425, Amsterdam   This workshop offers an interdisciplinary exchange between several experts in premodern public health. Carole Rawcliffe, author of Urban Bodies: Communal Health in Late Medieval English Towns and Cities (2013), one of … Continue reading

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Premodern Public Health: Lecture Now Online

A video recording of Guy Geltner’s lecture in Monash University “Premodern Public Health: The End of an Oxymoron” is available online: https://arts.monash.edu/news/premodern-public-health-lecture

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Public Lecture – “Premodern Public Health: The End of an Oxymoron?”

  Wednesday 18 April, 2018 at Monash University, Australia. For more information, please contact Jocelyne Mohamudally
 (Email: jocelyne.mohamudally@monash.edu), or visit: https://arts.monash.edu/about/sophis.

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History Research Seminar: “In the Camp and on the March: How Armies Shaped Public Health History in the Premodern World”

“In the Camp and on the March: How Armies Shaped Public Health History in the Premodern World” Guy Geltner (UvA) 8 March 2018, 15:00–17:00 – VOC-zaal, Bushuis Public health is widely viewed as a modern pursuit, enabled especially by the … Continue reading

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Upcoming Conference – Representing Infirmity: Diseased Bodies in Renaissance and Early Modern Italy, Monash University, 13-15 December 2017

This conference represents the first analysis of how diseased bodies were represented in Italy during the ‘long Renaissance’, from the early 1400s through ca. 1650. Many individual studies by historians of art and medicine address specific aspects of this subject, … Continue reading

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CfP to a session/s on “Premodern Public Health: Comparing Cities, 1250-1750”

We are delighted that a session we proposed for the European Association for Urban History Conference (Rome 29/8-1/9/2018) has been accepted. You can apply to submit papers for this session until 5/10/2017 (note the very early deadline). See the full … Continue reading

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