Patrick Walsh, a graduate student in the Department of History at UW-Madison, has just had his first article published in the peer-reviewed journal, Australian Feminist Studies! The article is titled, “Experimenting with ‘Life’ in Nineteenth-Century Physiology: Brown-Séquard’s Method for Characterising Blood,” and discusses the intersection of feminist studies with historical analysis of the ontological questions of biological ‘life’ and ‘living’ material. Walsh studies the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology at UW-Madison, with a particular emphasis on the history and philosophy of the ‘life sciences’ in the nineteenth-century. He is advised by Professor Lynn Nyhart.
To read the full article, see Taylor & Francis Online.