"‘Slummy Foreign Germs’? Politics, Medicine and Postcolonial Migration"

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Dr Roberta Bivins (Director, Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick) 

"‘Slummy Foreign Germs’? Politics, Medicine and Postcolonial Migration"

[45min34]

 

Centre for Health, Medicine and Society at Oxford Brookes University, 10 December 2013

 

This is the sixth paper of the Autumn 2013 History of Medicine Seminar Series on "The Personal and the Public: Perspectives on the Social History of Health and Medicine" funded by the Centre's Wellcome Trust Strategic Award.

 

Cover Image: Copyright Guardian Newspapers Limited March 9, 1965

 

Bio: Please see Roberta Bivins' University of Warwick staff page

 

Podcasts in this Seminar Series:

Prof Alfons Labisch (Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf):

"Social History of Medicine Today: A Classic Approach in the Aftermath of the Turns." 1 October 2013  [38min06]

Dr Paul Watkins(Oxford Brookes University):

"European Veterinary Refugees 1933-1950: From Despair to Diplomas" 15 October 2013 [39min30]

Dr Pamela Michael(Honorary Senior Research Fellow, School of Social Sciences, Bangor University):

"Private Worlds and Public Asylums: A Study of two Welsh Mental Hospitals." 29 October 2013 [45min35]

Prof Ludmilla Jordanova(Professor of History and Visual Culture, University of Durham):

"Intimacy and Display in ‘Medical’ Portraits." 26 November 2013 [41min15]

Dr Roberta Bivins(Director, Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick):

"‘Slummy Foreign Germs’? Politics, Medicine and Postcolonial Migration." 10 December 2013 [45min34]

 

 

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