Hiroko Kumaki– “Sociality of Living and Dying” – 4:30-6pm June 2, 2016 (Thu) @ Haskell 102

Medicine and Its Objects presents our final workshop for the year:

Hiroko Kumaki, University of Chicago, Anthropology
Title: Sociality of Living and Dying: The Logic and Ethics of Care in Post-2011 Tsunami Disaster Japan
Discussant: Eugene Raikhel, University of Chicago, CHD

Thursday, June 2
4:30-6:00pm
Haskell Mezzanine 102

For a copy of the paper, please contact Hiroko Kumaki (hkumaki@uchicago.edu).

For any questions and concerns about the workshop, or if you need assistance in order to attend, please contact Hiroko Kumaki (hkumaki@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Alex Moffett– “Surgical Films and Surgical Standards, 1900-1935” – 4:30-6pm May 19, 2016 (Thu) @ Haskell 102

Medicine and Its Objects presents

Alex Moffett, University of Chicago, CHSS and Medicine
Title: Surgical Films and Surgical Standards, 1900-1935.
Discussant: Sam Schulte, University of Chicago, CHSS

Thursday, May 19th
4:30-6:00pm
Haskell Mezzanine 102

For a copy of the paper, please contact Hiroko Kumaki (hkumaki@uchicago.edu).

For any questions and concerns about the workshop, or if you need assistance in order to attend, please contact Hiroko Kumaki (hkumaki@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Colin Halverson– “Mutation Mutandis” – 4:30-6pm May 5, 2016 (Thu) @ Haskell 102

Medicine and Its Objects presents

Colin Halverson, University of Chicago, Anthropology
Title: Mutation Mutandis
Discussant: Jack Mullee, University of Chicago, Anthropology

Thursday, May 5th
4:30-6:00pm
Haskell Mezzanine 102

For a copy of the paper, please contact Hiroko Kumaki (hkumaki@uchicago.edu).

For any questions and concerns about the workshop, or if you need assistance in order to attend, please contact Hiroko Kumaki (hkumaki@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you soon!