Irena Rožman (University of Primorska, Slovenia)
"‘The Reproductive Health of our Mothers is a Guarantee for a Healthy Nation’: Childbirth in Slovenia in the Interwar period and during the First Decade after Second World War"
Maria Sophia Quine (University of East Anglia)
"Futuristic Visions of Motherhood: ‘The Woman Question’ in Italy, 1860-1945"
Paper presented to the Workshop "Motherhood, Family, Reproduction: The Theory and Practice of Eugenics." 3-4 April 2014, Balliol College, Oxford
Jesse Olszynko-Gryn (PhD Student, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge)
"Medical Narratives of Pregnancy Realisation, Diagnosis, and Testing in Twentieth-century Britain,"
1 April 2014
Fraser Joyce (Oxford Brookes University)
"Very Public Enquiries: Medico-legal Investigations into the Identities of the Unknown Dead, c.1800-1930", 18 February 2014
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
Dr Roberta Bivins (Director, Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick)
"‘Slummy Foreign Germs’? Politics, Medicine and Postcolonial Migration"
Centre for Health, Medicine and Society at Oxford Brookes University, 10 December 2013
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"
Centre for Health, Medicine and Society at Oxford Brookes University, 29 October 2013
Prof Ludmilla Jordanova (Professor of History and Visual Culture, University of Durham)
"Intimacy and Display in ‘Medical’ Portraits"
Centre for Health, Medicine and Society at Oxford Brookes University, 26 November 2013
Dr Paul Watkins (Oxford Brookes University)
"European Veterinary Refugees 1933-1950: From Despair to Diplomas"
Centre for Health, Medicine and Society at Oxford Brookes University, 15 October 2013
Maike Rotzoll (University of Heidelberg) and Gerrit Hohendorf (Technical University of Munich)
"Medical Research on the Victims of 'Euthanasia': Carl Schneider and the Heidelberg “Research Children” 1942-1945"
(Introduced by: Sheldon Rubenfeld, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston)
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