Medicine and its Objects

An Interdisciplinary Workshop

Sanja Miklin, Ontology of Suicide

Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present: Sanja Miklin Comparative Human Development PhD Candidate “What’s in a name, what’s in a death?: Ontology…

Bill Nickell, “Franklinization in American and Soviet Medicine”

Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present:    Bill Nickell Associate Professor of Russian Literature Chair of Slavic Languages & Literatures “Franklinization in…

Damien Droney, “Ontologies of National Science”

On March 6, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present:    Damien Droney SIFK Postdoctoral Researcher and Instructor   “Ontologies of National Science:…

Hiroko Kumaki, Ecologies of Trust and Care

On February 27, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present: Hiroko Kumaki PhD Candidate Anthropology “People of the Soil:…

Katie Gibson, “Disappearing Structure”

On February 13, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present:    Katie Gibson PhD Candidate Social Service Administration “Disappearing Structure: Residential Care in…

January 16: Andrea Ford, “Near Birth”

On January 16, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present:   Andrea Ford Postdoctoral Fellow, Social Sciences and Anthropology…

Wilfried Lignier: The Case of “Intellectual Precocity” in France

On November 28th, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present: Wilfried Lignier Visiting Professor of Sociology Centre National de…

Peggy O’Donnell, Human Rights as Care for the Dead

On November 7, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present: Peggy O’Donnell Lecturer and Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies, History…

Rebecca Ewert, Psychiatric Scientific Legitimacy as a Social Problem in the Making

On Wednesday, October 31, Medicine and its Objects is delighted to present: Rebecca Ewert PhD Student, Sociology “Psychiatric Scientific Legitimacy…

Emily Wilson: Professional Cuddling in the United States

Wednesday, October 17, 4:30- 6:00pm, ROS329 Emily Wilson, “Healing Touch: Professional Cuddling in the United States” Within the past decade,…

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