Centre for the History of Medicine
The Centre for the History of Medicine at Warwick is a lively, interdisciplinary community of scholars and students engaged in research and teaching in the history of medicine, the life sciences and public health.
Polevault - Canal Audio Walk
Professor Hilary Marland collaborated with Talking Birds as part of the ‘Polevault’ endeavour linked to their Olympic project: ‘Decathlon 2012’, providing commentary on mental illness and infanticide linked to canals for inclusion in this downloadable ‘audio walk’.
Trade in Lunacy -Videos now available
A public engagement event...Professor Hilary Marland with Talking Birds ran a ' Private Asylum' themed event (June 2013), including a site specific performance in the Shop Front Theatre - (Theatre Absolute) which focused on the history of mental disorder, its management and the development of a 'Trade in Lunacy'.
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Publication - Health and Girlhood in Britain, 1874-1920
Professor Hilary Marland's monograph available via Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood.
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IDEA:Improving the Delivery of Ethnically Appropriate Research, Services and Policy
an trans-disciplinary collaboration dedicated to improving and promoting high quality research on ethnicity and health.
Founded by a group of researchers based at the University of Warwick (convened by Dr Roberta Bivins); Cardiff University and De Montfort University, with experience in studying the impact of ethnicity on health care and health outcomes from a range of disciplinary perspectives. Through our network and workshops, we are working to develop new models for research on key ethnicity-linked issues.
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