This work-in-progress workshop brings together historians, who are or will be working on public health in the colonial and independent Caribbean. It provides them with an opportunity to share their project and to get useful feedback from peers about their (proposed) methodology and/or preliminary findings.
Any aspect of public health will be considered but preference will be given to scholars working on the treatment, control and prevention of chronic or communicable diseases.
This is a free event (includes lunch and refreshments) and travel expenses within the UK will be refunded.
If you want to share your (upcoming) work on public health in the Caribbean with your peers, please email Dr. Henrice Altink at firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 August 2012.
University of YOrk
Department of History
YOrk, YO10 5DD
+44-1904-322989 Email: email@example.com
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