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Ecstasy, homosociability and the decline of hooliganism in 1990s Britain

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In the online seminar series of the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (Glasgow), on February 1 from 5-6.30 (CET) Peder Clark of the CSHHH holds a lecture entitled "The 'Love Thugs': Ecstasy, homosociability and the decline of hooliganism in 1990s Britain". You can register at the CSHHH website in order to…

Build back fairer

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The Groningen Centre for Health and Humanities and the Centre for Historical Studies opens this spring's History of Medicine and Health seminar series with an inaugural seminar with world leading scholar Sir Michael Marmot, professor of epidemiology and director of the UCL Institute of Health Equity. Sir Michael presents his latest thinking on the social…

Transnational AIDS activism in Western Europe, 1980s-1990s

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In the online seminar series of the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (Glasgow), on February 15 from 5-6.30 (CET) Nikolaos Papadogiannis (St Andrews/CSHHH) holds a lecture entitled "Transnational AIDS activism in Western Europe, 1980s-1990s". You can register at the CSHHH website in order to receive the Zoom link.

Patient agency in the biopsychosocial-spiritual model of healthcare

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On February 24, Deborah Lycett holds her lecture "Patient agency in the biopsychosocial-spiritual model of healthcare". The lecture is part of the KU Leuven Health Humanities Lecture Series 2021-2022, which has patient agency as its overall theme. Holistic, person-centered and evidence-based health and social care is what all practitioners strive to achieve, however it is…

What does it mean to be just?

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In the History of Medicine and Health seminar series entitled “Poverty and health inequalities: Perspectives from the humanities”, hosted by the Groningen Centre for Health and Humanities and the Centre for Historical Studies, Seye Abimbola (Prince Claus Chair ‘Justice in global health research’, Utrecht University) holds a lecture entitled “What does it mean to be…

Syphilis in the Ottoman empire

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In the online seminar series of the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (Glasgow), on March 8 from 5-6.30 (CET) Seçil Yılmaz (Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania) holds a lecture on the subject of syphilis in the Ottoman empire. You can register at the CSHHH website in order to receive the Zoom…

Protecting epistemic agency in healthcare

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On March 17, Lisa Bortolotti holds her lecture “Protecting epistemic agency in healthcare“. The lecture is part of the KU Leuven Health Humanities Lecture Series 2021-2022, which has patient agency as its overall theme. How do we avoid undermining a patient’s sense of agency in the clinical encounter? In her lecture, professor Bortolotti will focus…

Youth sexuality in postwar Britain

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In the online seminar series of the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (Glasgow), on March 22 from 5-6.30 (CET) Caroline Rusterholz (University of Cambridge) holds a lecture on the subject of youth sexuality in postwar Britain. You can register at the CSHHH website in order to receive the Zoom link.

Acting out disease: How patient organizations shaped modern medicine

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On April 21, Ylva Söderfeldt holds her lecture “Acting out disease: How patient organizations shaped modern medicine“. The lecture is part of the KU Leuven Health Humanities Lecture Series 2021-2022, which has patient agency as its overall theme. Contrary to previously established periodizations, patient organizations first emerged in the late nineteenth century. Throughout the twentieth…

Narrative agency, autism and recognition in the age of neurodiversity

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On May 22, Anne Stenning holds her lecture “Narrative agency, autism and recognition in the age of neurodiversity". The lecture is part of the KU Leuven Health Humanities Lecture Series 2021-2022, which has patient agency as its overall theme. Dr Stenning's current project is on life writing (including autobiography, memoir and mixed media) by autistic…