Register for “Carry On: The Depiction of Post-War Disability in Government Propaganda and Consumer Culture, 1919-1925”

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Please join the医疗遗产图书馆公司for the first in our Spring Speaker Series!

When
Fri, March 26, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

How to Register
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-speaker-series-nora-oneill-tickets-143307467493

After World War I, as 200,000 military members returned home with a disability, the US government standardized rehabilitation programs for the first time. The consolidation of rehabilitative services by the government resulted in a consistent definition of disability and ability, one which was intimately tied to a veteran’s economic contribution to their family and community.

通过在这些方案中结合临床治疗和工作培训,政府承诺回归经济独立性。这一承诺通过政府宣传,政府宣传为退伍军人,包括杂志Coming Back(1919) andCarry On(1919-1918)。

虽然政府承诺与独立兼容性的残疾重新制定,但康复未能考虑所有残疾退伍军人的生活经历,包括截肢者以外的色彩,妇女和制定残疾人的退伍军人。与伟大的战争退伍军人相关的勇气相结合的残疾被重新定义,包括通过有偿工作实现独立性的可能性,但这种独立性仅归于那些相信的政府官员可以在其计划中取得成功的人:白人有身体残疾的人。

Speaker

Nora O’Neill is a first-year medical student at Yale School of Medicine. She is pursuing a combined MD-PhD in the History of Science and Medicine. In 2018, she completed her bachelor’s degree from Harvard University in the History of Science, focusing on the intersection of disability rights and reproductive justice. At Yale, she plans to study the social constructions of disability in medical and social activist spaces. As a physician historian, she hopes to engage in patient-centered care while also unraveling the historical complexities of the patient-doctor relationship.

Registration is required. Please visit:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-speaker-series-nora-oneill-tickets-143307467493.

注册人将在活动前一天收到ZOOM链接。

Co-sponsored by the Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library

EMROC’s Jane Dawson Cook-Along

这good folks over at EMROC are following up theirJane Dawson transcribathonwith a Jane Dawson cook-along!

Would you like to be involved in the Jane Dawson Cook Along?

我们很乐意加入。下周有三种参与我们的厨师:

  • 尝试同样的柠檬晶片配方;
  • test out another one of Dawson’s recipes that intrigues you (full book here);
  • join in the discussion of the EMROC community’s cooking experiments.

Let us know about your kitchen project onTwitter,Instagram,Facebook,博客评论或电子邮件(lisa.smith@essex.ac.uk)。我们的所有道森咖啡馆沿岸项目的Hashtag将是#emroccooks。

We can’t wait to see what you cook up!

您可以在此处获取完整的详细信息(包括柠檬晶圆)食谱!

这World’s Deadliest Pandemic: A Century Later

〜伊米莉Miranker,项目和活动经理,纽约医学院的帖子。

Please join us: Thursday, September 27, 2018 6:30-8:00PM at The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 104thStreet, New York NY 10029.

This year marks the 100th1918年全球流感大流行的周年纪念日。它感染了世界上估计的四分之一的人口,并导致更多人死亡而不是第一次世界大战。一个世纪之后,这种疾病几乎没有疾病过去,CDC每年在美国估算数万种流感死亡。我们对比1918年的病毒,诊断和治疗更好地了解,但社会比以往任何时候都更加联系,并在全球范围内移动我们的细菌 - 比以往任何时候都是我们的。科学史学学报Alan Kraut缓和医生之间的讨论妮可布维耶约翰巴里,作者伟大的流感:历史上最致命的大流行病的故事,about the impacts of the pandemic and its legacy in the present day.

This program accompanies the exhibitionGerm城市:微生物和大都市(opens September 14, 2018). The program is presented by The New York Academy of Medicine and the Museum of the City of New York, and supported by Wellcome as part ofContagious Cities。要查看本系列中的所有程序,请单击这里

约翰巴里, DHL,is a prize-winning and New York Times best-selling author whose books have won multiple awards. The National Academies of Science named his 2004 book这Great Influenza: The story of the deadliest pandemic in history,研究1918年大流行,今年的科学或医学书籍。他的文章在这种科学期刊上作为自然和传染病杂志以及铺设出版物Sports IllustratedtoPolitico,这New York Times,这Washington Post, Fortune, Time, Newsweek, 和Esquire

妮可布维耶, MD,is an infectious disease specialist whose research focuses on the influenza virus. She received her Doctor of Medicine from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 2004 and completed her internship and residency training in Internal Medicine at the Mount Sinai Hospital from 2004 to 2007. In addition to research, Bouvier is also a practicing physician and serves as a teaching attending on the General Infectious Diseases consult service at the Mount Sinai Hospital.

关于主持人

Alan M. Kraut, PhD,is University Professor of History at American University, and an affiliate faculty member in the School of International Service. He is also a Non-resident Fellow of the Migration Policy Institute. He specializes in U.S. immigration and ethnic history, the history of medicine in the U.S. His best known volumes include:Silent Travelers: Germs, Genes, and the “immigrant Menace”(1994);这Huddled Masses: The Immigrant in American Society, 1880-1921(第二届2001年);和Goldberger’s War: The Life and Work of a Public Health Crusader(2003). He is the past president of the Immigration and Ethnic History Society and currently chairs the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island History Advisory

保存时间:“选择途径OA”工作orum, Oct 16-17

~This post is courtesy Polina Ilieva, UCSF Archivist.

这Premise:

Many within the scholarly community have been trying to achieve a large-scale transition to open access (“OA”) to scholarly literature for nearly twenty years. To date, only around15% of peer-reviewed journal articles are published in fully open-access journalsAt this rate, realizing a full OA scholarly universe could take decades. If we within the research community are going to accelerate progress toward free readership for all, we must make critical choices about how we spend our money in supporting OA publishing.

To advance data-driven decision-making on these issues, in March 2018, the University of California (UC) libraries and the California Digital Library released the开放通道的途径工具包。这Pathwaystoolkit analyzes the many approaches and strategies for advancing the large-scale transition to OA, and identifies possible next action steps for UC system-wide investment and experimentation.

We also designed thePathwaystoolkit to be a practical resource for other institutions wrestling with the same choices. Now, we invite you to join us in this decision-making process to create localized plans suitable for your own institution or community.

电话:

Participate in a two-day working forum focused on action-focused deliberations about redirecting subscription and other funds toward sustainable open access publishing.

细节:

WHO:North American library or consortium leaders and key academic stakeholders被邀请进行实质性地审议并制定他们如何将预算和订阅的方式进行复兴,以支持过渡到开放通道出版。

这forum seeks to engage participants with relevant decision-making responsibilities involving subscriptions, licensing, collection development, publication policy, research funding, and other strategic areas. This may encompass more than one individual attending on behalf of an institution or community.

When:October 16-17, 2018

Where:UC Berkeley (Berkeley, California)

What:为期两天的工作论坛,包括审议OA方法和策略的参与者 - 以赋予当地决策权力。鼓励关于过渡到开放通道的途径的不同视图。该论坛将由公众通过事件本身从规划过程中的多样性和包容声明管辖。我们正在探索旨在为那些无法亲自参加的人提供的活动的部分。

Participants will have a meaningful opportunity to:

1.了解可行的机制和推进转型到OA的机会

2.Engage in facilitated, substantive exchange on the pragmatics of each of these strategies

3.Accelerate their own action initiatives based upon the discussions

After first-day discussions, attendees will have dedicated time to further consider, align with, or plan for implementing various strategies, suitable for their institutions or communities.

对于OA方法的Panopply(绿色,黄金非APC,Gold APC)和资金策略,作为讨论和决策的基础,请参阅UC图书馆对OA的途径toolkit

多少:This working forum isfree出席。加州大学图书馆将覆盖注册费,并邀请扬声器旅行和住宿覆盖。出勤包括早餐,午餐,小吃和一顿晚餐。

即将到来的其他详细信息和注册表

Questions in the meantime may be directed to:schol-comm@berkeley.edu

“Transplanting Technology: Dr. Michael DeBakey and Cold War Technology Transfer”

〜Post Your Stephen Greenberg,Section Head,稀有书籍和早期手稿,医学司历史。

您被诚挚地邀请到下一个NLM医学讲座,5月24日,5月24日星期四,从NLM Lister Hill Auditorium,Building 38a,国家医学图书馆,MD建立38a。这项特殊计划将成为医学史的第二次年度NLM迈克尔E.替代讲座,荣誉德国博士的遗产,因为它存在于现代医疗实践和持续的NLM公共服务中。

This year’s lecture will be delivered by Heidi Morefield, MSc — 2017 NLM Michael E. DeBakey Fellow in the History of Medicine, Doctoral Candidate, Department of the History of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland:

“Transplanting Technology: Dr. Michael DeBakey and Cold War Technology Transfer”

At the height of the Cold War, Dr. Michael E. DeBakey, one of the most prolific American surgeons of the 20th century, made several trips to China and the USSR to survey the medical landscape on the other side of the Iron Curtain. DeBakey became a broker of valuable medical information, teaching new techniques and introducing new machines in the USSR and China, while reporting on the conditions of Chinese and Soviet medical institutions back home to the American public. His diplomatic success was possible in part because of his willingness to take less high-tech medical systems seriously—he praised the barefoot doctors and was “impressed” with Russian medical inventions that were showcased during his visits. With rich diary entries describing his visits, DeBakey understood medical technology as being appropriate only in context. He situated both the Western technology he helped transplant to the East as well as that which he encountered there within the topography of the Soviet and Chinese medical systems. In reflecting upon DeBakey’s Cold War travels, this talk will interrogate how his influence and mobility shaped perceptions of both American and communist-sphere medical technology

这NLM Michael E. DeBakey Lecture in the History of Medicine is supported by a generous gift to the NLM by the Michael E. DeBakey Medical Foundation.This lecture will be live-streamed globally, and subsequently archived, by NIH VideoCasting.

All are welcome.

传染性原因:寻找癌症病毒和美国生物医学的生长

~This post courtesy Emily Gustainis, Deputy Director, Center for the History of Medicine of the Francis A. Countway Library at the Harvard Medical School.

Register now viaEventBrite!

这Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine,请邀请您加入我们的讲座传染性原因:寻找癌症病毒和美国生物医学的生长withRobin Wolfe Scheffler, Leo Marx Career Development Professor in History and Culture of Science and Technology at the Program in Science, Technology, and Society, MIT.

在整个20世纪,一些理论甲型肝炎e caused more hope and frustration than the idea that cancer might be caused by a virus. This search for cancer viruses over successive generations of medical, scientific, and organizational advances serves as a lens through which we can understand the political ground upon which biology and medicine merged to form biomedicine in America and which enabled biologists to reimagine the nature of life in molecular terms.

这event will take place onTuesday, April 24, 2018在迈诺特室,楼宇图书馆,从6:00-7:00。Registration is required。请访问我们EventBritepage to register.

“Reading Vesalius Across the Ages” and Annual Celebration of the Library

~Post courtesy ALLISON E. PIAZZA, MLIS, Reference Services and Outreach Librarian at the New York Academy of Medicine

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

6:30PM-8:00PM

Venue: The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street, New York, NY 10029

Cost: Free; advance registration required

在活动前,享受罕见的预订房间的友私有接待处;请电子邮件emiranker@nyam.org如果你想参加。

REGISTER

How was Vesalius’ Fabrica read across the ages? This talk analyzes how, in the past five hundred years, copies the Fabrica travelled across the globe, and how readers studied, annotated and critiqued its contents from 1543 to 2017. Dániel Margócsy will discuss the book’s complex reception history and show how physicians, artists, theologians and collectors filled its pages with copious annotations. He will also offer an interpretation of how this atlas of anatomy became one of the most coveted rare books for collectors in the 21st century.

Refreshments will be served following the lecture and there will be an opportunity to view new rare book acquisitions of the library collections.

About the Speaker:Dániel Margócsy studies the cultural history of early modern science. He has taught at Northwestern University and at Hunter College, the City University of New York, and received his PhD in the History of Science from Harvard University in 2009. His first book, Commercial Visions: Science, Trade and Visual Culture in the Dutch Golden Age (Chicago, 2014) examined the impact of global trade on cultural production in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He currently lectures on Science, Technology and Medicine Before 1800 at University of Cambridge.

World War I: Reflections at the Centennial

〜毛利艺妓,副主任弗朗西斯A.哈佛医学院医学院科学图书馆职业司法司司长。

这Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, in partnership with its co-sponsors theHarvard Medical School Civilian-Military Collaborative和theAckerman医学与文化计划, is pleased to announce the upcoming eventWorld War I: Reflections at the Centennialwith speakers James A. Schafer, Ph.D., and Jeffrey S. Reznick, Ph.D.

詹姆斯A. Schafer,Ph.D.,大学历史学系副教授sity of Houston, will present “The Mobilization of American Medicine for the First World War,” an examination of the causes and effects of the rapid recruitment of doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel (such as volunteer ambulance drivers) during the War. Drawing from Harvard University and other Boston area examples, Professor Schafer will measure the scope and scale of medical mobilization, explain the motivations for doctors, nurses and medical personnel to mobilize, and explore the immediate effects of mobilization on the careers and lives of American doctors, nurses, and medical personnel.

Jeffrey S. Reznick, Ph.D., Chief of the History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health, will present “A Prisoner of the Great War and hisSongs in Captivity,” an exploration of the period when Rudolf Helmut Sauter (1895-1977)—the artist, writer, and nephew of the novelist John Galsworthy—was an internee in Alexandra Palace camp, north London, and Frith Hill, Surrey. Drawing on collections of the NLM, Imperial War Museum, and University of Birmingham, among other archives and libraries, Dr. Reznick will reveal how Sauter’s experiences open a unique window onto the history of the Great War both as Sauter experienced it and as he subsequently sought to forget it like so many other surviving members of the “generation of 1914.”

这event will take place onWednesday, March 21, 2018在迈诺特室,库图书馆,从5:00-6:30。Registration is required。请访问我们EventBritepage to register.

A Conversation About Graphic Medicine

~Post courtesy Stephen Greenberg, Section Head, Rare Books and Early Manuscripts History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine.

You are cordially invited to the next NLM History of Medicine lecture, to be held on Thursday, March 1, from 2:00pm until 3:30pm in the NLM Lister Hill Auditorium, Building 38A, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD. NLM Director Patricia Brennan, RN, PhD will host “A Conversation About Graphic Medicine” with pioneers from this emerging genre of literature that combines the art of comics and the personal illness narrative.

Dr. Brennan will be joined in conversation by Ellen Forney, cartoonist, educator, author of theNew York Times畅销图形回忆录,大理石:狂热,抑郁症,米开朗基罗和我,和guest curator of the new NLM exhibition,Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well-Drawn!;MK Czerwiec, RN, MA, Artist-in-Residence at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, author ofTaking Turns: Stories from HIV-AIDS Care Unit 371,和Graphicmedicine.org的同事;和迈克尔格林,医学博士,医师,生物肠道和宾馆州立大学米尔顿S.Hershey医疗中心的教授,以及MK CZERWIEC和其他人的共同作者图形医学宣言。

“A Conversation About Graphic Medicine” will address the place of graphic medicine within medical literature and the landscape of personal health communication in the 21st century. This special public program is in conjunction with the new NLM exhibition,Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well-Drawn!在NLM的一楼医学师阅览室历史上显示,38和在线在线:www.nlm.nih.gov/graphicmedicine

This lecture, like all NLM History of Medicine Lectures, will be free, open to the public, live-streamed globally, and subsequently archived, by NIH VideoCasting. All are welcome to attend onsite and remotely:

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/lectures/index.html

这specific live-stream URL for this talk is here:https://videocast.nih.gov/summary.asp?live=26989&bhcp=1

Sign language interpretation is provided for all lectures. Individuals with disabilities who need reasonable accommodation to participate may contact Erika Mills at 301-594-1947,Erika.Mills@nih.gov, or via the Federal Relay (1-800-877-8339).

Due to current security measures at NIH, off-campus visitors are advised to consult the NLM Visitors and Security website:

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/visitor.html

In addition, we warmly welcome you to visit our blog, Circulating Now, where you can learn more about the collections and related programs of the NLM’s History of Medicine Division, and watch for interviews with guest participants in the upcoming Conversation about Graphic Medicine:
http://circulatingnow.nlm.nih.gov/

Here also you can read interviews with previous lecturers:
http://circulatingnow.nlm.nih.gov/tag/lecture/

Sponsored by:

NLM’s History of Medicine Division

Jeffrey S. Reznick, PhD, Chief

活动联系人:

Erika Mills

301-827-4577

Erika.Mills@nih.gov

Upcoming Lecture: Weill Cornell Medicine: a “Brief” History of Cornell’s Medical School

〜邮政礼貌丽莎混合,头部,医疗中心档案馆威尔康奈尔医学。

这lecture will be followed by a reception and book-signing at the Samuel J. Wood Medical Library,1300年约克大道。这Cornell Store in the Library will offer a 20% discount on purchases of Dr. Gotto’s book,威尔康奈尔医学

Antonio M. Gotto, Jr。, MD, DPhil, is Dean Emeritus of Weill Cornell Medicine, and Provost for Medical Affairs Emeritus of Cornell University. From 1997-2011, Dr. Gotto was the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean at Weill Cornell and Provost for Medical Affairs at Cornell University. During his tenure, the Medical College saw an overhaul of its curriculum; record-setting fundraising campaigns; a renaming in honor of foremost benefactors Joan and Sanford Weill; the establishment of a branch campus in Qatar and of a medical school in Tanzania; affiliation with the Houston Methodist Hospital; and the development of state-of-the-art facilities including the Weill Greenberg Center and the Belfer Research Building.

Dr. Gotto’s postgraduate work included doctoral studies at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and residency training at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Gotto has played a leading role in several landmark clinical trials demonstrating that cholesterol-lowering drug treatment can reduce the risk for heart disease. A lifelong supporter of educational efforts aimed at cardiovascular risk reduction, Dr. Gotto has been National President of the American Heart Association and President of the International Atherosclerosis Society. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Gotto has contributed more than 500 scholarly articles and books to the medical literature, and is coauthor of theLiving Heartseries of books that explain the origins and treatment of cardiovascular disease to the general public. His latest book is威尔康奈尔医学: a History of Cornell’s Medical School

这Heberden Society, which seeks to promote an interest in the history of medicine, was founded at the medical center in 1975. With funding from the WCMC Office of the Dean, the society sponsors a series of lectures during each academic year.

Please join us for Dr. Gotto’s lecture and the book-signing reception:

Thursday, September 28, 5:00 p.m.

Belfer Research Building, Weill Cornell Medicine

413 East 69thStreet (between York and First Avenues)

纽约,NY 10065

Room 204 A-C