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CHM Research Videocasts

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Andrew Davies 'A Very Peculiar Practice' Organised by Dr Katherine Angel

Part of SHAW09 (Sexual Health Awareness Week)

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Health, Illness and Ethnicity: Migration, Discrimination and Social Dislocation - Organised by Professor Hilary Marland, Dr Catherine Cox (UCD) and Sarah York (Warwick and UCD)

Part of Madness, Migration and the Irish in Lancashire, c.1850-1921 Project

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Hiding in the Pub to Cutting the Cord? Organised by Dr Laura King as part of her Public Engagement Fellowship: Hiding in the Pub to Cutting the Cord? :Fatherhood and Childbirth in Britain, from the 1950s to the present.

 

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Histories of Medicine in the Household - Anglo Dutch German Workshop - Co-organised by Dr Roberta Bivins, Professor Hilary Marland

Part of Medicine, Technology and the Household in Modern Britain Project

Conference Videos -under construction

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IDEA Workshop - Dr Roberta Bivins: Ethnicity and Clinical Trials Discussion / Meet the Participants / Conclusions: Moving Forward

IDEA Symposium - From Research to Action- Dr Roberta Bivins: Videos

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Inside the Irish Giant: History, Science and Art - Public Engagement Event

Convened by Dr Claudia Stein

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Picturing the Pox: A (very) Brief History - via H. Palfreyman's (PhD) Eportfolio page.

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'Sexuality, Race and Gender in the US' - David Doddington

'Pox, Pus and Prophalytics: A History of Sexual Health' - Harriet Palfreyman

Westwood School - Outreach Event - Sexual Health Awareness Week, Autumn 2010

Please note: some material within these videocasts may be classed as adult content and discretion is advised.

 

 

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Trade in Lunacy

For trailer and links to the full performance and panel discussion videos.

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'.