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History of Science Brown Bag

February 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

“Power of Invisibility: Bacteriology in the 1950s People’s Republic of China.”

Lu Liu
UW Madison Asian Languages and Cultures

 


Future History of Science Brown Bags

  • March 8th – “‘The Greatest Contribution,’ Serology and the Tuskegee and Guatemala Syphilis Studies” – Paul Stein, UW Madison, Department of History
  • March 15th – “Accounting for Bankruptcy: Financial Knowledge, the Ottoman Empire, and the Politics of Debt, 1854-1881” – Professor Daniel Stolz, UW Madison, Department of History
  • March 29th – “What makes a Feminist Abortion Clinic Feminist?” – Professor Judy Houck, UW Madison, HSTM
  • April 5th – “The Future of the History of Pharmacy: Madison and Beyond” – Professor Lucas Richert, UW Madison, School of Pharmacy
  • April 12th – “Reshaping the Printed Medical Body: Anatomy and Artistic Practice in Sixteenth-Century Spain” – Dr. Carolina Alarcon, UW Madison, Department of Art History
  • April 19th – “August Hofmann: Scandal, Empire and the Making of an Organic Chemist” – Professor Catherine Jackson, UW Madison, HSTM, Department of History
  • April 26th – “History of Science Fiction … What’s the Point?” – Dr. Andy Warwick, UW Madison, HSTM, Department of History
  • May 3rd – Town Hall Meeting

All Brown Bags are held in the Curti Lounge (Rm. 5233 Humanities Bldg.) from 12:00-1:00 PM on Fridays.

Details

Date:
February 22
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Venue

Curti Lounge (Rm 5243 Mosse Humanities Bldg)
455 N. Park St.
Madison, WI 53706 United States
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