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The Voices of the People: An Online Symposium

Perspectives on history from below hosted at The Many-Headed-Monster and an opportunity to join the conversation.

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The Voices of the People: An Online Symposium

Perspectives on history from below hosted at The Many-Headed-Monster and an opportunity to join the conversation.

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IHR New Research Student Information Day

Details of the Institute of Historical Research information day for new research students on Thursday 29 September 2015 and its training programme for 2015-6

SenateHouseFacade

IHR New Research Student Information Day

Details of the Institute of Historical Research information day for new research students on Thursday 29 September 2015 and its training programme for 2015-6

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Very Able Statuaries – Early Modern Sculptors in the City of London: a Guided Walk

Organised by the Birkbeck Early Modern Society. Wednesday 30 September 2015, 6.30pm.

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Very Able Statuaries – Early Modern Sculptors in the City of London: a Guided Walk

Organised by the Birkbeck Early Modern Society. Wednesday 30 September 2015, 6.30pm.

L0034616 The Radcliffe Asylum, Headington, Oxford. Engraving by J.
Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images
images@wellcome.ac.uk
http://wellcomeimages.org
The Radcliffe Asylum om Headington Hill, Oxford. Plate to: Useful information concerning the origin, nature, and purpose of the Radcliffe Lunatic Asylum, on Headington Hill, near Oxford, and the pecuniary benefits which it is able to confer upon the friends and relatives of lunatics from respectable and educated life, should their circumstances be such as to require pecuniary aid, Oxford: printed by W. Baxter, 1840
Engraving
1840 By: Joseph. FisherPublished: [1840?]

Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Call For Papers: Cultures of Harm in Institutions of Care: Historical & Contemporary Perspective

This Birkbeck conference will explore the shifting political, socio-economic, cultural and medical influences that have formed and perpetuated cultures of harm in institution of care from the eighteenth century to the present. Deadline for proposals: Sunday 20 September 2015

L0034616 The Radcliffe Asylum, Headington, Oxford. Engraving by J.
Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images
images@wellcome.ac.uk
http://wellcomeimages.org
The Radcliffe Asylum om Headington Hill, Oxford. Plate to: Useful information concerning the origin, nature, and purpose of the Radcliffe Lunatic Asylum, on Headington Hill, near Oxford, and the pecuniary benefits which it is able to confer upon the friends and relatives of lunatics from respectable and educated life, should their circumstances be such as to require pecuniary aid, Oxford: printed by W. Baxter, 1840
Engraving
1840 By: Joseph. FisherPublished: [1840?]

Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Call For Papers: Cultures of Harm in Institutions of Care: Historical & Contemporary Perspective

This Birkbeck conference will explore the shifting political, socio-economic, cultural and medical influences that have formed and perpetuated cultures of harm in institution of care from the eighteenth century to the present. Deadline for proposals: Sunday 20 September 2015

Wellcome Library, London Miniature of St Luke, patron saint of medicine, and the beginning of the third Gospel. Transcribes by Shmawon the scribe and illuminated by Abraham for the sponsor Lady Nenay.

Call For Papers: Religion And Medicine – Healing The Body And Soul From The Middle Ages To The Modern Day

A Birkbeck conference in July 2016 exploring the historic relationship between religion and medicine. Deadline for proposals: Thursday 30 October 2015

Wellcome Library, London Miniature of St Luke, patron saint of medicine, and the beginning of the third Gospel. Transcribes by Shmawon the scribe and illuminated by Abraham for the sponsor Lady Nenay.

Call For Papers: Religion And Medicine – Healing The Body And Soul From The Middle Ages To The Modern Day

A Birkbeck conference in July 2016 exploring the historic relationship between religion and medicine. Deadline for proposals: Thursday 30 October 2015

History Workshop Online

Call for Applications: Editorial Fellowships at History Workshop Online

Two paid fellowships working as part of the journal editorial board are available – deadline 30th August

History Workshop Online

Call for Applications: Editorial Fellowships at History Workshop Online

Two paid fellowships working as part of the journal editorial board are available – deadline 30th August

Fig. 75, ‘The Room of Recovery’ from Frederick Walter Mott, War Neurosis and Shell Shock (1919). Wellcome Library, London

Birkbeck Historians Launch Trauma Project

The Birkbeck Trauma Project, led by Professor Joanna Bourke and Dr Louise Hide, will explore the production and experience of violence and aggression within scientific, medical, and societal contexts over the past two centuries.

Fig. 75, ‘The Room of Recovery’ from Frederick Walter Mott, War Neurosis and Shell Shock (1919). Wellcome Library, London

Birkbeck Historians Launch Trauma Project

The Birkbeck Trauma Project, led by Professor Joanna Bourke and Dr Louise Hide, will explore the production and experience of violence and aggression within scientific, medical, and societal contexts over the past two centuries.