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17:30 - 18:30 5 May 2011
Mr Brock and the Peacock Club: Conversations and conversion in the late 1940s
5th Floor Seminar Room |
Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
183 Euston Road | London | NW1 2BE | United Kingdom
With the ever present potential for surgical performance to be destructive as well as constructive or reconstructive, surgery has always been one of the most visible and effecting examples of medical change and innovation.
This seminar series is strongly intended to facilitate a wide breadth of methodologies, the aim being to move away from the polarisation between 'social' and 'technical' discourses of surgery which have tended to dominate its historiography. Instead, the objective is to seek more productive ways through which historians of surgery can engage with one another and explore what has been and what could be in surgery and surgical history.
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