Final Call for Papers - Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science

This announcement was originally posted on H-Sci-Med-Tech.

 

Call for Papers: Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science (SAHMS) Twentieth Annual Meeting, at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia, February 15-17, 2018

Deadline for paper abstracts, panel submissions, and student travel grants is: October 15th, 2017. The Program Committee will notify you as to whether or not your paper is accepted no later than November 16th, 2017.

New publication by member, Buddhism & Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources

Dear colleagues, 

With apologies for cross-posting, I wanted to let you know about a recently-published collaboration that includes several members of this list. This is a 730-page anthology (in all 62 chapters by 57 contributors) that introduces translations of texts about Buddhism and medicine covering much of premodern Asia:

 

NEW BOOK> Buddhism & Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources

Dear colleagues, 

With apologies for cross-posting, I wanted to let you know about a recently-published collaboration that includes many members of this list. This is a 730-page anthology (in all 62 chapters by 57 contributors) that introduces translations of texts about Buddhism and medicine covering much of premodern Asia:

CFP: Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery (9/15 deadline)

The History Department at Rice University invites proposals for a two-day symposium on the history of Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery. In the last three decades, scholars have increasingly identified connections between slavery and medicine. They have uncovered how medical theories and practices helped to reinforce the institution of slavery, just as enslaved people used their knowledge of healing to gain autonomy and power.

CFP: Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery (9/15 deadline)

The History Department at Rice University invites proposals for a two-day symposium on the history of Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery. In the last three decades, scholars have increasingly identified connections between slavery and medicine. They have uncovered how medical theories and practices helped to reinforce the institution of slavery, just as enslaved people used their knowledge of healing to gain autonomy and power.

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