POSTPONED Medical Identities in Global History


This event has been postponed - further details will be posted as they become available.

This conference will showcase two Keynote addresses, by Marius Turda and Mark Harrison.

It seeks to bring together postgraduate students, early-career researchers, and scholars in history for a conference on the topic of medical identities in the past.

Further information to follow.

'Medical identity' is a nebulous term with a number of connotations.

We define it as the selfhood of individuals (physicians, caregivers, patients, related personnel) and organisations (hospitals, clinics, medical marketplace) formulated through the interplay of people, bodies, health, and medicine, within the complex social, political, cultural, and intellectual contexts of medical knowledge.