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Individualized medicine in historical perspective:
from antiquity to the genome age
An international conference at Johns Hopkins University, hosted by the Department of the History of Medicine
Date, time: May 15-16, 2014, 9:00–5:00.
Place: May 15 and morning of May 16: Charles Commons, 10 E. 33rd Street, Salon C. Located next to the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus, above the Barnes & Noble campus bookstore.
Call for Proposals: History of the IEEE Life Members Committee and its predecessors
Reminder for the conference on the history of anatomy to take place in Leuven, Belgium in January 2015. Deadline for the submission of abstracts: 1 June 2014.
Call for Papers: Bodies Beyond Borders. The Circulation of Anatomical Knowledge, 1750-1950
Leuven, 7-9 January 2015
Ann Fabian. The Skull Collectors: Race, Science, and America's Unburied Dead. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010. xi + 270 pp. $27.50 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-226-23349-9.
Reviewed by Sean Harvey (Seton Hall University)
Published on H-Empire (April, 2014)
Commissioned by Charles V. Reed