4 de febrero de 2016

SEMINAR SERIES IHMC VALENCIA SPRING 2016

Institute for the History of Medicine and Science “López Piñero” (IHMC)
University of Valencia
Palau de Cerveró, Plaça Cisneros, 4. 46003-València

SPRING 2016 SEMINARS
More details: http://goo.gl/T1k9Ir
General outline of the 2016 IHMC Spring Seminars

February: "Identities and identifications: Past & Present"
March: Conference "The Languages of Science"
30 March-2 April: 2016 ESSHC, Valencia.
April: "Women, children and health A transnational perspective."
April 30: "Science, history and gender"
May: Seminar Canguilhem
May: Symposium Science and Art



«Identities and identifications: Past & Present»


(Online streaming: encuentro.uv.es/hcc)

3 February

Vincent Denis: Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne. Author of Histoire de l'identification des personnes (2010).

16h. «Police, papers and identification in eighteenth-century France».
19,30 h.: French Institute, Valencia: "Penser l'histoire de l'identité.

10 February

16h. Francisco Echevarría Gabilondo (Professor legal medicine, Euskal Herriko Unibersitatea): “La identificación de las víctimas del franquismo”. (Identifying victims of Franco dictatorship in Spain)


17 February

16h: Mercedes García Ferrari (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina): “Juan Vucetich, las huellas dactilares y el nacimiento de la policía científica en Argentina” (Juan Vucetich, fingerprints and the origins of scientific police in Argentina)

18 h: Movie: “La puerta azul”, destapando la realidad del CIE de Zapadores”. (Diodo Media, 2015). (On immigrants control centers)

26 February

16h. Round Table: Three cases, three identifications


Carmel Ferragud (IHMC-UV): (Middle Age) “Identificació l’Edat Mitjana: els cadàvers anònims”

Mònica Bolufer (UV): (Early Modern) “Identificació a l’època moderna: el cas de Martin Guerre”

José Ramón Bertomeu (IHMC-UV):(XIXth century) “Identificació al segle XIX: el cas de la vídua Houet”

(The seminars will be complemented with four movies. (Thursdays, 18 h.) - see website for further details: http://goo.gl/T1k9Ir)



The Languages of Science

9 March

16h. Michael D. Gordin (Princeton University)

Scientific Babel: The Languages of Science Before and After Global English”

Moderation: Vicent Montalt (Universitat Jaume I, Castellón)


14 March


18h. Book: “The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919. Perspectives from the Iberian Peninsula and the Americas”. Edited by María-Isabel Porras-Gallo and Ryan A. Davis. Rochester, University of Rochester Press, 2014. Presentation by Josep Bernabeu Mestre (Universitat d’Alacant). Moderator: María José Báguena Cervellera (IHMC)



"Women, children and health. A transnational perspective"



13 de abril

16h. Tenna Jensen (University of Copenhagen)

Age and gender differences in obesity and food consumption in Denmark (Scandinavia, 1900-2000)”.

20 de abril

16h . Magaly Rodríguez (University of Leuven)

"Salvando cuerpos y almas. La Sociedad de Naciones y su lucha contra enfermedades venéreas y la prostitucion"


27 de abril

Round table



Special sessionScience, History and Gender


30 de abril: A one-day meeting intended for secondary school teachers interested in science and gender issues.



Seminar Canguilhem


With the support of the French Institute, Valencia.

11 May

16 h.: Round table

Emiliano Sfara «G. Canguilhem et La vision comme modèle de la connaissance».

Josep L. Barona (IHMC) : «G. Canguilhem i la història de la medicina»

Moderation: Valeriano Iranzo (UV).




Seminar Science and Art


25 May

«Science and Art in Early Modern Europe»

Organized by Carolina Alarcón (IHMC), Fulbright student IHMC.


11h. Barbara Tramelli,  "Between Theory and Practice: Annaibale Fontana's Anatomical Drawings and Painters' Learning of Anatomy in Sixteenth-Century Milan"

12h. Carolina Alarcon, Fulbright Fellow, IHMC "Materia Medica: Anatomical Illustrations in 16th century Spain."

16h. Cali Buckley, Fulbright Fellow, The Institute for the History of Medicine and Medical Ethics at the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen-Nuremberg,  Early Modern Anatomical Models and the Control of Women’s Medicine”

17h. George Klaeren, Fulbright Fellow, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid,  "Encountering the Enlightenment: Catholic Epistemologies of the Iberian Atlantic, 1680-1815.



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