Event 5: List of Delegates

Event 5

Wahida Amin (Royal Institution and Salford), ‘The Poetry of Humphry Davy’

Katherine Angell (Queen Mary, University of London), ‘The Concept of Monstrosity in Nineteenth-Century Medical Teaching and Popular Culture’

Paul Craddock (London Consortium), ‘The Poetics of Bodily Transplantation, 1702-1902’

Josie Gill (Cambridge), ‘Race and Genetics in Contemporary British Fiction’

Jennifer Goodare (Manchester), ‘The Royal Society: The Place of Science in Cultural Politics and Post-War Britain (1940-75)’

Lina Hakim (London Consortium), ‘Scientific Playthings’

Sophie Jones (Birkbeck), ‘Abortion, Reproductive Seriality and the Space-Time of American Modernity’

Chisomo Kalinga (King’s College London), ‘A Cultural Review of HIV/AIDS Literature’

Katherine McAlpine (Masters student, University College London)

Lisa Mullen (Birkbeck), ‘Midcentury Things: The Aesthetics of British Post-WW2 Material Culture’

Joanne Parsons (University of the West of England), ‘Men, Food and the Male Body’

Jessica Roberts (Salford), ‘Vitalism in the Early Nineteenth Century Periodical Press’

Rachel Russell (Manchester), ‘Nausea and Vomiting: A History of Signs, Symptoms and Sickness in Nineteenth-Century Britain’

Will Tattersdill (King’s College London), ‘Science, Fiction and the Late-Victorian Periodical Press’

David Theodore (Harvard), ‘Hospitalizing the Computer: Medicine, Architecture, Computation’

Alexey Unku (Birkbeck), ‘Horizons of the Flesh: Philosophical Encounters With Modified Bodies’

Darren Wagner (York), ‘Exquisite Sense: Sexual Reproduction, Nervous Physiology, and the Culture of Sensibility in Britain, c. 1660-1780’

Laurie Waller (Goldsmith’s), ‘An Ethnographic Study of Public Making at the Interface of Science and Society’

Joanna Wharton (York), ‘Women Writers and Theories of Mind in the Romantic Period’

Day 2 only

Mark Blacklock (Birkbeck), ‘The Fairyland of Geometry: A Cultural History of Higher Space, 1869-1909’

Emily Candela (MRes student, London Consortium)

Susie Christensen (King’s College London), ‘Self Representation in Modernist Literature and Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Neurology and Psychological Medicine’

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