Critical Histories and Activist Futures: Science, Medicine, and Racial Violence
February 24-25, 2017
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February 24-25, 2017
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Professor Tilli Tansey (QMUL) and Dr Apostolos Zarros (QMUL) are organising a Research Topic / eBook in collaboration with ‘Frontiers in Pharmacology’ (IF = 4.418):
The International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicines (IASTAM) is now accepting applications for abstracts of papers for ICTAM IX — the leading international congress on the study of Asian medicine that will be held at Kiel University, August 6–12, 2017. We encourage papers that develop the theme of the congress “Asian Medicines: Encounters, Translations and Transformations” by revisiting old paradigms in the spirit of new research.
Dear friends and colleagues,
It is a pleasure to present the speakers for the upcoming CHSTM research seminar series. Please find the programme for September-December below or on our website:
CHSTM seminars run every other Tuesday from 4pm (with tea and biscuits from 3.30pm) in room 2.57 in the Simon Building.
All are welcome! Please pass this on to interested colleagues/students.