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Here is the schedule for the conference of the European Association of Museums for the History of Medical Sciences that takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark at the Medical Museion:
THURSDAY, 16 SEPTEMBER
- Thomas Söderqvist: Why this conference now?
- Kim Sawchuk: Biotourism and biomediation
- Kerstin Hulter Åsberg: Uppsala Biomedical Center: A mirror of modern medical history – how can it be displayed?
- Wendy Atkinson and René Mornex: A major health museum in Lyon
- Robert Martensen: Integrating the physical and the virtual in exhibitions, archives, and historical research at the National Institutes of Health
- Ramunas Kondratas: The use of new media in medical history museums
- Danny Birchall: ‘Medical London’, Flickr, and the photography of everyday medicine
- Joanna Ebenstein: The private, curious, and niche collection: what they can teach us about exhibiting new medicine
FRIDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER
- Judy M. Chelnick: The challenges of collecting contemporary medical science and technology at the Smithsonian Institution
- James Edmonson: Collection plan for endoscopy, documenting the period 1996-2011
- John Durant: Preserving the material culture of contemporary life science and technology
- Stella Mason: Medical museums, contemporary medicine and the casual visitor
- Alex Tyrell: New voices: what can co-curation bring to a contemporary medical gallery?
- Jan Eric Olsén: The portable clinic: healthcare gadgets for home use
- Yin Chung Au: Seeing is communicating: possible roles of Med-Art in communicating contemporary scientific process with the general public in digital age
- Nina Czegledy: At the intersection of art and medicine
- Lucy Lyons: What am I looking at?
- Henrik Treimo: Invisible World
- Victoria Höög: The optic invasion of the body. Epistemic approaches to current biomedical images
- Ken Arnold and Thomas Söderqvist: A manifesto for making science, technology and medicine museums
SATURDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER
- Morten Skydsgaard: The exhibition ‘The Incomplete Child’: boundaries of the body and the guest
- Sniff Andersen Nexø: Showing fetal realities: visibility, display, performance
- Suzanne Anker: Inside/Out: fetal specimens through a 21st Century lens
- Yves Thomas and Catherine Cuenca: Multimedia contributions to contemporary medical museology
- Nurin Veis: How do we tell the story of the cochlear implant?
- Jim Garretts: Bringing William Astbury into the 21st Century: the Thackray Museum and the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology in partnership
- Adam Bencard: Being molecular
- Roger Cooter and Claudia Stein: Visual things and universal meanings: aids posters, the politics of globalization, and history
- Karen Ingham: Medicine, materiality and museology: collaborations between art, medicine and the museum space
- Silvia Casini: Curating the biomedical archive-fever
- Thomas Schnalke: Dissolving matters. The end of all medical museums’ games?
Click here for link to Conference website.
Morbid Anatomy also gives a couple links for other blogs posting about the conference: Dittrick Museum and The Sterile Eye.
Wish I could go…