Postdoctoral Fellowships, University of Sydney

The University of Sydney invites applications from qualified individuals for appointment to Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in the comparative or transnational history of racial thought and practice in settler societies of the Global South, as part of Professor Warwick Anderson’s ARC Laureate Fellowship project ‘Southern Racial Conceptions: Comparative Histories and Contemporary Legacies’. Each of the two …

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Generation to Reproduction Doctoral Studentship

The University of Cambridge invites applications for a doctoral studentship funded by a Wellcome Trust strategic award in history of medicine. We seek outstanding candidates whose research would fall within the theme ‘Generation to Reproduction’. Possible areas for doctoral projects include, but are not limited to: patient?practitioner relations around fertility and other encounters that framed …

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Appel de communications, Congrès annuel, SCHM

La Société canadienne d?histoire de la médecine lance un appel de communications à l?occasion de sa réunion annuelle qui se tiendra pendant le Congrès des sciences humaines à l?Université Wilfrid Laurier et à l?Université de Waterloo du 26 au 28 mai 2012. Le thème général du Congrès est « À un carrefour : la recherche …

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Call for Papers, Annual Meeting, CSHM, May 2012

The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine is launching a call for papers for its annual meeting which takes place at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo between 26 ? 28 May 2012. The general theme of this year?s Congress is ?Crossroads: Scholarship …

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CFP: Learning from Lister: Antisepsis, Safer Surgery, and Global Health

King?s College London, The Royal Society, The Royal College of Surgeons of England ?Joseph Lister almost single-handedly revolutionised modern surgery through his development of antisepsis, or so traditional accounts have stated.? Lindsay Granshaw, 1992. Joseph Lister (1827 ? 1912), Professor of Clinical Surgery at King?s College London from 1877 to 1893 and President of the …

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