Mark down the dates for next DAHSM Culpeper seminars in 2014

Please mark down the dates in your diary for next DAHSM Culpeper seminars in 2014:

January 15th: Aimee Medeiros, PhD, Assistant Professor, History of Health Sciences, UCSF Department of Anthropology, History and Social Medicine
877 Middle-Class White Children from Ohio: Setting Global Standards to Monitor the Individual Growth of Young People, 1977-2007

January 22rd: Angela Garcia, PhD, Professor, Stanford University “Painful Medicine: Treating Addiction in a Time of War

February 5th: Nancy Rose Hunt, PhD, Professor, University of Michigan, History and Obstetrics and Gynecology
Nervousness in Colonial Congo

February 19th: Matthew Wolf Meyer, UC Santa Cruz
“Nervous Materialities: Love Robots, Pacified Bulls, Stimoceivers and Spinoza’s Brain

March 5th: Paul Rabinow, PhD, Professor, Medical Anthropology and Sociocultural Anthropology, UC Berkeley “Animation

April 2nd: Carolyn Sufrin, PhD Candidate, UCSF Department of Anthropology, History & Social Medicine
I didn’t get arrested, I got rescued”: Reproduction, Care, and the Carceral Safety Net in a US Women’s Jail

April 16th: Johanna Crane, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, University of Washington: “Tenacious Assumptions in Global Health.”

April 30th: Medical Anthropology Dissertation Seminar, Rachel Ceasar, PhD Candidate, UCB/UCSF Joint Medical Anthropology Program: “Love, Science, and Imagination: History and Identity at the Spanish Exhumation.

May 8th, Margaret Lock, PhD, Professor Emeritus, McGill University: “An Anthropologists Looks at Genomics

May 14th, Peter Redfield, PhD, Professor of Anthropology, UNC – Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, “Micro-utopias: Humanitarian Goods in an Age of Audit

May 21st, Rachel Niehuus, PhD Candidate, UCSF Department of Anthropology, History & Social Medicine, “Insecure Living: An Ethnography of Intimacy, Fear, and Dependence in eastern DRC

May 28th, Jethro Hernandez-Berrones, PhD Candidate, UCSF Department of Anthropology, History & Social Medicine
“Medicine in Revolution: Homeopathy and the Regulation of the Medical Profession in Mexico, 1853 – 1942

June 4th, Natalia Molina, PhD, University of California, San Diego
Legislating Citizenship: Science, Public Health, & Mexican Immigration to the United States in the 20th Century”

When: Laurel Heights 474 / 3:30 – 5:00

** Due to concerns about disability access to our building, we are moving all of our fall colloquia to Alumnae Hall, which is just around the corner from ISSI in the “A” Building of the Anna Head complex. (ISSI is located in the “B”, “C” and “D” buildings of the Anna Head complex.) The street address is 2537 Haste Street (between Telegraph and Bowditch).

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