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Marion Schmidt will be giving a talk, "From Preventing Defect to Serving a Disadvantaged Minority: Genetic Counseling for Deaf People," at the Berlin Charité Institute of the History of Medicine and...
Seth LeJacq has been awarded the 2015 Northeast Conference on British Study (NECBS) David Underdown Prize for his paper, “Between Decks: Sodomy, Masculinity, and Abuse of Authority in the Nelsonian...
The current issue of the Johns Hopkins Magazine features a chat with PhD candidate Seth LeJacq about his research into sex crimes in Britain's Royal Navy from 1690 to 1840. Read it here. 

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Seth LeJacq, PhD candidate in the Department of the History of Medicine, has had his article, "Buggery's Travels: Royal Navy Sodomy on Ship and Shore in the Long Eighteenth Century," published in the...
On November 30, December 1, and December 3, Graham Mooney will be visiting Academia Sinica and the National Taiwan University to present talks on the history of public health in Victorian Britain and...
Congratulations to Dan Todes, recipient of the History of Science Society's 2015 Pfizer Award for Ivan Pavlov: A Russian Life in Science. The award is given each year in recognition of an outstanding...
Jeremy Greene will speak on “Rethinking the Technological Fix: Telecommunications and Public Health Innovation on the Papago Reservation, 1968-1978” as part of the Culpeper Seminar Series at the...
The Guardian's H Word blog showcases a gallery of history of science themed Halloween costumes, featuring some familiar faces. See the costumes here.

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