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Department Events

Brown Bags

Brown Bag talks take place at Noon on Fridays. A schedule of upcoming History of Science Brown Bags can be viewed on the History Department Events web page.


February 17 (Tuesday) at 4:00 pm

Colloquium: Bernard Lightman, York University
“The Culture of Evolutionary Naturalism and its Critics.”

Location: 984 Memorial Library (Special Collections). Cookies & coffee will be available at 3:45pm.
March 3 (Tuesday) at 4:00 pm

Colloquium: Alexandra Stern, University of Michigan
Snow Miller Lecture: “The Entangled Histories of Eugenics, Medical Genetics, and Genetic Counseling.”

Location: 984 Memorial Library (Special Collections). Cookies & coffee will be available at 3:45pm.
March 31 (Tuesday) at 4:00 pm

Colloquium: Jane Maienschein, Arizona State University
Chauncey Leak Lecture: “Regenerative Medicine and Society: Translation, Transplantation, and Stem Cells in Historical Context.”

Location: Social Science 5231. Cookies & coffee will be available at 3:45pm in Social Science 7130.
April 24 (Friday) at 7:30 pm

Colloquium: Lorraine Daston, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science/University of Chicago
“The Passions of the Unnatural.”

Location: The Pyle Center. Co-sponsored by the Center for the Humanities (Humanities without Boundaries series).
May 5 (Tuesday) at 4:00 pm

Colloquium: Elizabeth Williams, Oklahoma State University
“'Frenchness' and Madness: National Identity and Psychopathology in Enlightenment France.”

Location: 984 Memorial Library (Special Collections). Cookies & coffee will be available at 3:45pm.
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