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Podcasts for: "Alcohol, Psychiatry and Society" St Anne’s College, Oxford, 29-30 June 2017

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"Alcohol, Psychiatry and Society"

St Anne’s College, Oxford, 29-30 June 2017

 

Podcasts for: “Alcohol flows across cultures: Drinking cultures in transnational and comparative perspective”

 

“Alcohol flows across cultures: Drinking cultures in transnational and comparative perspective”

International Research Symposium, St Anne’s College, Oxford, 29–30 June 2016

 

Conference:

“Honour Thy Father and Thy Mother”:  Violence Against Parents in Past and Present

St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford, 6-7 July 2015

 

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History of Medicine Seminar Podcasts, Oxford Brookes University, Spring 2014

The Pulse Project is pleased to present 4 podcasts recorded over the course of the 2014 Spring Semester, History of Medicine Seminar Series funded by the Centre's Wellcome Trust Strategic Award:

'Medical Narratives in Public and Private'

Convener: Professor Paul Weindling

 

"Motherhood, Family, Reproduction: The Theory and Practice of Eugenics" 3-4 April 2014, Balliol College, Oxford

The Pulse Project is delighted to present the below podcasts recording at the international workshop:

 

"Motherhood, Family, Reproduction: The Theory and Practice of Eugenics"

3-4 April 2014, Balliol College, Oxford

 

History of Medicine Seminar Podcasts, Oxford Brookes University, Autumn 2013

The Pulse Project is pleased to present 5 podcasts recorded over the course of the Autumn Semester, History of Medicine Seminar Series funded by the Centre's Wellcome Trust Strategic Award:

‘The Personal and the Public: Perspectives on Social History of Health and Medicine’

Convener: Professor Paul Weindling

New Symposia Podcasts: "Reassessing Nazi Human Experiments and Coerced Research, 1933-1945"

We are pleased to present 19 podcasts recorded at the two part international symposium:

 

"Reassessing Nazi Human Experiments and Coerced Research, 1933-1945: New Findings, Interpretations and Problems"

4 - 7 July 2013, Wadham College, Oxford

 

 

"Accidents and Emergencies: Risk, Welfare and Safety in Europe and North America, c. 1750–2000"

We are pleased to announce the release of three podcasts recorded at:

"Accidents and Emergencies: Risk, Welfare and Safety in Europe and North America, c. 1750–2000"

9–11 September 2013, Oxford Brookes University

Co-organised with the University of Portsmouth, UK

New Publication: 'Baltic Eugenics: Bio-Politics, Race and Nation in Interwar Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania 1918-1940'

We are pleased to announce the publication of Bjoern Felder and Paul Weindling's edited volume of papers presented to the 2009 conference in Riga on Baltic Eugenics: Bio-Politics, Race and Nation in Interwar Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania 1918-1940.

New Podcasts: Symposium on "Therapy and Empowerment – Coercion and Punishment"

We are pleased to announce the release of the following 14 podcasts recorded during the international research symposium:

"Therapy and Empowerment – Coercion and Punishment:

New Conf Podcasts: "Mapping Humans: From Body to Cosmos" migrate to the Pulse

We are pleased to announce that the following podcasts, originally produced and hosted by The Berendel Foundation, have now migrated to the Pulse Project, and span most all of the papers presented to the conference:

New Conf Podcasts: 'Crafting Humans' podcasts migrate across from the 'Berendel Foundation'

The Pulse Project is pleased to announce that all of the following podcasts originally produced and hosted by The Berendel Foundation have now migrated to the Pulse Project, and span most all of the papers presented to the conference:

New Conf Podcasts: Intercultural Humanism podcasts migrate across from the 'Berendel Foundation'

The Pulse Project is pleased to announce that all of the following podcasts originally produced and hosted by The Berendel Foundation have now migrated to the Pulse Project, and span most all of the papers presented to the conference:

Event Notice: Special Screening of the 1927 silent drama 'Are You Fit to Marry?', 24 April 2013

Event Notice:

Join us for a special screening of the rare and controversial eugenic propaganda film

 

'Are You Fit to Marry?' (1927)

Phoenix Picture House, Walton Street, Oxford

Wed, 24th of April 2013 at 6:30pm.

 

New Book Deceived Wisdom by David Bradley

David Bradley wrote a guest blog for us many years ago, he has recently published a wonderful book. Do get to your local bookstore and check out his book. 

New Docu: "Death of a Psychiatrist. Eugenics and Totalitarianism”, The Museum of Polish History and Świętego Mikołaja Foundation

Shared Notice/ Press Release from the Museum of Polish History:

The following is a press release regarding a short film released on YouTube and that will interest many:

 

"The Museum of Polish History announces the release of a new documentary film.

New Podcast: Sir Walter Bodmer, “Genetics: From Mendel's Peas to Personalised Medicine”

New Podcast:

“Genetics: From Mendel's Peas to Personalised Medicine”

Prof Sir Walter Bodmer (University of Oxford)

22 November 2012, Oxford Brookes University

 

New Podcast: Michael Shermer on "The Believing Brain"

 

"The Believing Brain: From Ghosts and Gods to Politics and Conspiracies - How We Construct Beliefs and Reinforce Them as Truths"

Michael Shermer

A Joint Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science and Mind-Brain Theme Autumn Lecture
University of Sussex, 9 November 2012

New Podcasts: Coverage of the "State of Mind" Consciousness Expo

"State of Mind: A Consciousness Science 'Expo'"

30 June 2012, Brighton Corn Exchange

New Podcasts: Conference Coverage of “The German Archipelago: German Minorities and Interwar Eugenics”

The Pulse Project is pleased to announce the publication of the 11 podcasts recorded over the course of the conference:

“The German Archipelago: German Minorities and Interwar Eugenics”

16 - 19 December 2011, Balliol College, Oxford

 

Maths and Music Lecture April 23rd Thame

Another fascinating science lecture, this time by Dr Thomas Woolley of Oxford University’s Mathematical Institute, will be riveting us to our seats on Monday 23 April at Thame Town Hall, starting at 7.30pm.

Workshop Report: The German Archipelago, 16-19 Dec 2011

“The German Archipelago: German Minorities and Interwar Eugenics” 16-19 December 2011, Balliol College, Oxford Workshop Report  By: Simon Wilson (Oxford Brookes University) Contact: si.j.wilson@googlemail.com

Site Redesign - 30th January 2012 LIVE!

It has been four years since we set up the pulse project website and recorded our first lecture. We have strived to build up a science communication website that has something for everyone. We are now proud to introduce new aspects of the website. We will still record and make available science and history of medicine videos and conferences. 

Programme for “The German Archipelago: German Minorities and Interwar Eugenics”

“The German Archipelago: German Minorities and Interwar Eugenics”

17 - 18 December 2011, Balliol College, Oxford

Call for Papers: “The German Archipelago: German ethnic minorities and interwar eugenics”

“The German Archipelago: German ethnic minorities and interwar eugenics”An International Conference 16-19 December 2011, Balliol College, Oxford

The Archipelago of German minorities in Central and Eastern Europe are often seen as pawns on the wider geo-political and eugenic stages of interwar Europe, and especially so with regards to Nazi Germany’s designs for these Volksdeutsche. But while the ongoing study of eugenic and racial policies pursued the Third Reich, and the international contexts they operated in, have substantially added to our understanding of eugenic paradigms’ broader appeal, we still know very little about how ethnic minorities themselves interacted with eugenic themes and strategies.

A Call for Submissions:“Expert Explanations: The Audio Encyclopaedia”

Seeing the Pulse Project grow into a recognised online podcast platform for the engagement with science and the history of medicine, we are now building an innovative audio reinvention of the print media mainstay, the Encyclopaedia. ‘Expert Explanations’ offer 4-8 minute introductions to key terms and theories in the medical humanities and sciences for a wider audience in general, and undergraduate students in particular. Succinct, engaging and challenging entries by experts in their fields, the audio encyclopaedia aims to create a vibrant and accessible online resource as well as a novel way to promote science and history.

New Podcasts: Coverage of the conference "The Disease Within: Confinement in Europe, 1400-1800”

We are delighted to announce the release of 7 podcasts, papers presented to the conference: “The Disease Within: Confinement in Europe, 1400-1800”Oxford Brookes University 4-5th March 2011

Dr Stuart Clark and the Origins of Science in Thame Town Hall

Scientist, Journalist, and Award-Winning Author comes to Thame

Dr Stuart Clark will give a talk on The Origins of Science.

New Podcasts: Workshop on “Health and Society” in Greece and the Balkans

The Pulse-Project.org is delighted to announce the publication of all 22 papers presented to the international workshop on“Health and Society: Private and Public Medical Traditions in Greece and the Balkans, 1453-1920” (Athens, 8-10 December 2010)

Live recording of Math/Maths podcast in November.

Math/Maths Podcast‚ Live Recording and an afternoon of mathematical activities Wednesday 17th November 2010, Queen Anne 180, from 1pm

 

 
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