Prof. Frank W. Stahnisch
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 2014
8:30- 9:00am Welcome by Dorothy Porter and Frank Stahnisch
9:00am -2:30pm - Session 1: Disability and Deformity:
9:00- 9:45am- Ilana Lowy-Cermes 3- Paris: 'Normal and Pathological, Disease and Disability : Parad oxes of Prenatal
9:45 -10:30am- Aimee Medeiros- UC San Francisco: "Heightened Expectations: Short Boys , Growth Hormone, and the
Making of a Pharmaceutical Industry"
10:30 -11:00am Coffee
11:00 -11:45am - Erna Kurbegovic - University of Calgary: "Eugenics and Changing Conceptualiza tions of Mental
Disability in Canada in the Twentieth Centunf'
11:45am -2:30pm- Heather Dron- UC San Francisco: "Teratology Transfonned: The Environmentalizat icm of the
Womb in Mid-Century America"
12:30- 2:00pm Lunch
2:00- 5:30pm- Session 2: Post-Humanism and the Trading Zones between Animal and Human Health: 2:00- 2:45pm- Abigail Woods- Kings College London: "One Health? Animal Bodies and the Interdependence of Human and Veterirzan; Medicine in 19th centun; Britain "
2:45- 3:30pm Lyle Fearnely- Nanyang Technical University Singapore: "The Lake as Pilot: Assembling 'One Health '
out of Multispe cies Infections at Poymzg Lake, China"
3:30- 4:00-pm Tea
4:00- 4:45pm Andrew McEwan- University of Calgary: "Maintaining the Mobility of the Corps: Canadian Veterinan; Medicine in the Great War"
4:45- 5:30pm Rebecca Kaplan- UC Berkeley: "The Politics of the Herd: Big Govemment and Libertarian Imperatives in
Brucellosis Erad imtion in the US in the Twentieth Century "
5:30- 6:00pm Wine and Cheese Reception
6:00 -7:30pm PLENARY SESSION
THE CHAUNCEY LEAKE LECTURE
Warwick Anderson, ARC Laureate Fellow & Professor of History, University of Sydney, Australia
Postcolonial Ecologies of Parasite and Host: Making Parasitism Cosmopolitan
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6rn, 2014
9:30am -1:00pm - Session 3: Materialisms and the phenomenology of experience in the neuromolecular and mental sciences.
9:30 -10:15am- Michel Shamy- University of Ottawa, Canada: "Before Evid euce-Based MediCIIle: Med1ml Kuowledge audits Teusious
from Antiquity to the Early Modem Period "
10:15 -11:00am- Will Pratt- University of Calgary: "Warrior Miudset: Battl e Exlmustiou, Psychiatn; and Personnel Selection in the Canadian Army , 1939-45"
11:00 -11:30am Coffee
11:30am -12:15am Steve Beitler- UC San Francisco: "Material Measurement and the Subjectification of Pain after the Second World War"
12:15 -1:00pm: Closing Discussions
Prof. Frank W. Stahnisch
Dept. of Community Health Sciences and Dept. of History, Faculty of Medicine, TRW Building 3E41
3280 Hospital Drive N.W.