Medical and Metaphorical Wounds from the Middle Ages to the First World War (CfP, London, 26-27 January 2018)

  Wounds and their meaning have differed over time: from stigmata to the psychological wounding of soldiers in the First World War, the conception and function of wounds as religious symbols, medical signs or metaphorical devices has depended on social and historical contexts. Over this two-day workshop, to take place on 26-27 January 2018 at the Read the full article…

Call for Researchers – Medicine Galleries (CfA, Science Museum, London)

The Science Museum is developing major new Medicine Galleries to showcase thousands of objects from our medicine collections for the next generation. Thanks to the initial financial support from the Wellcome Trust, the Heritage Lottery Fund, and the Wolfson Foundation, these six new galleries will open in 2019, transforming much of the first floor of Read the full article…

Researcher positions: history of medicine and biomedical research (CfA, Science Museum, February 7, 2016)

The Science Museum is developing major new Medicine Galleries to showcase thousands of objects from our medicine collections for the next generation. Thanks to the initial financial support from the Wellcome Trust, the Heritage Lottery Fund, and the Wolfson Foundation, these six new galleries will open in 2019, transforming much of the first floor of Read the full article…

Trauma Exhibition Science Gallery Dublin (Call for Proposals 2015)

CALL FOR PROPOSAL FOR TRAUMA EXHIBITION TRAUMA is an international, open-call exhibition and events programme at Science Gallery Dublin that will explore biological, psychological, societal, and cultural trauma. A sudden, violent, stressful and disturbing event, often a physical injury, trauma can be short-lived or long-lasting with impacts that range from deeply personal to universal. Artistic Read the full article…

The Voice Symposium – The Science Museum’s Dana Centre, London, 16th November 2012

                                        The Voice Symposium is an exciting series of talks and performances that explores the many uses and meanings of the voice. The one-day symposium will feature scientists, artists, researchers, musicians and poets, and is free Read the full article…