Chris Hamlin, "Atmospheric Chemistry of the Airy Afterlife"; Bill Luckin, "Great London Fogs"; Luke Davidson, "Artificial Respiration and Pneumatic Chemistry"; John Tercier, "The Kiss of Life in the 1950s"; Stephen Mosley, "The Role of the Open Coal Fire in Ventilating and 'Purifying' the Home in Victorian Britain"; Angela Gugliotta, "Smoke and the Ideology of the American Frontier"; Vladimir Jankovic, "Bad Airs in Courts of Law"; Peter Reed, "Chemical Industry Pollution and the Medical Profession"; John Beckerson, "Selling Air: Marketing the Intangible at UK Resorts"; Gregg Mitman, "Hay Fever Holiday"; James Fleming, "Civilization, Climate and Ozone"; Harold Platt, "Popular Science, Noxious Vapours, and Public Health in Manchester During the Age of Industry"; Carla Keirns, "Nowhere to Hide: From Changing the Environment to Changing the Asthematic"; Mark Jackson, "Asthma and Politics of Pollution in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s"
For copies of the full programme and booking form please E-mail at address, below. Further information on the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine can be found on the Unit's website, below.
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