‘The Medical World of early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750’ will take place at the Long Room Hub in Trinity College Dublin 3-4 September.
Further details and online registration are available at the conference webpage. There is no charge to attend the conference sessions, but advance registration is required for catering purposes.
Please click on the links below for the programme and speakers’ abstracts
Programme The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland
Abstracts The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland
Submissions now welcomed for the 2015 Prize! All submissions should be sent to the journal editor by the 1 September 2015. Details of the winning essay and its author will be announced in early 2016.
The William Bynum Prize will be awarded to the author of an original essay on any theme relating to the history of medicine and its related sciences. This international competition is open to doctoral students and early post-doctoral researchers (candidates who have completed their PhDs not longer than 3 years before submission of the entry). The Prize’s awarding committee will be chaired by Professor Bynum himself, supported by the editor and members of the editorial advisory board of the journal Medical History. The Prize is generously supported by Cambridge University Press, publishers of Medical History. The Prize is coordinated by Medical History’s editorial office which resides within the Centre for Global Health Histories,Department of History, University of York.
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