This course is discontinued



May 7th and 8th

Place:Frederik Holts hus, room 072


Christopher Gradmann

Anne Kveim Lie

TUESDAY May 7th 2013

DAY 1 Room How and why to practice medical history

09.00-10.00 Introduction: History as a science and history of medicine as a subject. Reading: Tosh

10.00-11.00 Tools of the trade I: archival sources 11.00-12.00 Tools of the trade II: information sources

13.00-15.00 Why study medical history? Reading: Duffin

14.00-16.00 What’s the modern history of medicine about? Reading: Brandt/Gardener

WEDNESDAY May 8th 2013

DAY 2 Room In-depth work: The history of Tuberculosis

09.00-09.45 Tuberculosis as an infectious disease Reading: Koch (Johnston provided as preparatory information)

10.00-12.00 Histories of tuberculosis Reading: Koch; Condrau, Barnes

13.00-14.30 Practical work: Identifying essential reading

14.45-16.00 Presentation of practical work, Evaluation of the PhD course

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