The Human Experimentation, 1715-1972 Workshop is an interdisciplinary workshop examining various aspects of early modern and modern scientific and medical experimentation on humans. The speakers presenting at this workshop come from Canadian, American and British universities and represent a number of different disciplines. Topics to be discussed include human exhibition, electrifying bodies, galvanic experiments, eugenic anthropometry, human experimentation, and eugenic experiments. The workshop takes place Friday, October 23, 2009, from 8:30am to 4pm in the Theatre Room of the Diefenbaker Centre at the University of Saskatchewan.
It will be hosted by Dr. Larry Stewart and Dr. Erika Dyck and interested parties can contact Marc MacDonald at email@example.com to RSVP. Funds provided by SSHRC Cluster and CRC History of Medicine.
J. Marc MacDonald
University of Saskatchewan
102 McLean Hall
(306) 966-5342 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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