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Call for Papers: ‘THE ALL-SEEING EYE’: Vision and Eyesight Across Time and Cultures Workshop

The Effaced from History? group is happy to be co-hosting a workshop at Swansea University with the Research Group for Health, History and Culture on 11 April 2018. The All-Seeing Eye: Vision and Eyesight Across Time and Cultures will explore medical, social, and … Continue reading

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New Effaced Team Publication

Delighted to announce that David M. Turner’s article ‘Impaired Children in Eighteenth-century England’ is now available on Advanced Access from Social History of Medicine  (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkw128, 2017). Subscribers can read it online here. Abstract People in the early modern period had long … Continue reading

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David Turner (Swansea), ‘Trade Marks’: the Face in the Industrial Revolution’

Professor David Turner of Swansea University  will be speaking at the Effaced from History conference on April 1. To register and view the full program, visit the conference website. Abstract Industrial expansion between the eighteenth and the twentieth centuries produced injury … Continue reading

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Cardiff meeting update – “5 hours later – we’re all smiling still!”

L-R David H. Jones, Emily Cock, Jane Draycott, Trish Skinner, David Turner, Marjorie Gehrhardt, Suzannah Biernoff, Michelle Webb and Mark Bradley Thanks to Mark B for the photo.

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