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


Centre for Health, Medicine and Society: Past and Present, Oxford Brookes University



1. Fraser Joyce (Oxford Brookes University)

"Very Public Enquiries: Medico-legal Investigations into the Identities of the Unknown Dead, c.1800-1930", 18 February 2014

2. Silke Schicktanz (Professor for Culture and Ethics of Biomedicine at Institute for Ethics and History of Medicine, University of Göttingen)

"The Importance of Narratives of the “Affected People” in the Biomedical Sciences - Beyond Experts’ Voices," 4 March 2014

3. Jesse Olszynko-Gryn (PhD Student, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge)

"Medical Narratives of Pregnancy Realisation, Diagnosis, Testing in Twentieth-century Britain," 1 April 2014

4. Benigna Schönhagen (Director, Jewish Culture Museum Augsburg-Schwaben)

"Cemetery X and the Origins of Corpses from Anatomical Institutes under National Socialism: Recollections of Developments at Tübingen," 29 April 2014



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