Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities

An interdisciplinary collaboration between the Faculties of Arts and Medicine & Health at the University of Leeds

Postcolonial Health Research Salon – 26 March, 2012

Postcolonial Health – March 26th

In conjunction with the University Institute for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, the LCMH will host a research salon on Postcolonial Health on the afternoon of 26th of March. The speakers are Dr. Clare Barker (University of Birmingham), Dr. Anthony Carrigan (Keele University), Dr. Iona McCleery and Dr. Shane Doyle (both University of Leeds).

Discussion topics will include health and activism in indigenous societies, post-disaster health and recovery, and medieval and modern colonial health and welfare. The event will end with a discussion session for participants.

Places are limited for the salon, so if you are interested in coming please contact Stuart Murray (s.f.murray@leeds.ac.uk).


(Pictured: Clare Barker and Stuart Murray)

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This entry was posted on 14 March, 2012 by in At the centre, Events.

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