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Anglo American Conference of Historians 2011: Health in History

A selection of podcasts from the 2011 Anglo-American conference on the topic of Health in History. These podcasts will be published each week on a Thursday.

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Can women be healthy? The early history of gynecology

Plenary 7: Helen King (Open University), Can women be healthy? The early history of gynecology (Institute of Historical Research)

41mins

8 Sep 2011

Rank #1

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Pain and the politics of sympathy, 1789 to the present

Plenary 6: Joanna Bourke (Birkbeck), Pain and the politics of sympathy, 1789 to the present (Institute of Historical Research)

50mins

1 Sep 2011

Rank #2

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Sex and family in Aristotle’s masterpiece: two centuries of vernacular medicine

Plenary 4: Mary Fissell (Johns Hopkins), Sex and family in Aristotle’s masterpiece: two centuries of vernacular medicine (Institute of Historical Research)

38mins

25 Aug 2011

Rank #3

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Pandemics: waves of disease, waves of hate from the Plague of Athens to AIDS

Plenary 3: Samuel Cohn (Glasgow), Pandemics: waves of disease, waves of hate from the Plague of Athens to AIDS (Institute of Historical Research)

47mins

18 Aug 2011

Rank #4

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The medicalisation of poverty: India, 1870-1960

Plenary 2: David Arnold (Warwick), The medicalisation of poverty: India, 1870-1960 (Institute of Historical Research)

42mins

11 Aug 2011

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Going global: thoughts on the ambitions of medical history

Plenary 1: Monica Green (Arizona State University), Going global: thoughts on the ambitions of medical history (Institute of Historical Research)

52mins

4 Aug 2011

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Welcome from the Vice-Chancellor

Introduction to AAC 2011: Health in History (Institute of Historical Research)

10mins

28 Jul 2011

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Can women be healthy? The early history of gynecology Discussion

Institute of Historical ResearchCan women be healthy? The early history of gynecology DiscussionHelen King(The Open University)Anglo American Conference of Historians 2011: Health in History

7mins

30 Jun 2011

Rank #8

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Pain and the politics of sympathy, 1789 to the present

Institute of Historical ResearchPain and the politics of sympathy, 1789 to the presentJoanna Bourke(Birkbeck)Anglo American Conference of Historians 2011: Health in History

50mins

30 Jun 2011

Rank #9

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Can women be healthy? The early history of gynecology

Institute of Historical ResearchCan women be healthy? The early history of gynecologyHelen King(the Open University)Anglo American Conference of Historians 2011: Health in History

41mins

30 Jun 2011

Rank #10