Date: 12.00pm, Monday 15th October 2018
Location: Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building, University of York
The Centre for Global Health Histories warmly invites you to the following public lecture at the University of York on 15 October. All are welcome to attend and no booking is necessary.
‘Adventures, archives, and anguish in undertaking AIDS research’
Dr Carla Tsampiras (Senior Lecturer, Medical Humanities, Primary Health Care Directorate, University of Cape Town)
12:00pm, Monday 15 October 2018, Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building, University of York
Researching the histories of diseases, especially those that are still of socio-political importance, requires a willingness to venture into unexpected places; engagement with a multitude of ‘archives’; and an awareness that emotions are part of the research process. In this talk Dr Tsampiras will draw on her research experience to discuss methodological constraints and challenges associated with researching AIDS, consider how to overcome them, and argue for the importance of historians’ abilities to time travel through epidemics.
Dr Carla Tsampiras is a feminist, vegan, social historian of health and a Senior Lecturer in Medical and Health Humanities in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Cape Town. She is particularly interested in the relationships between ‘race’, gender, sexual orientation and class in health and disease.
Please see for more details: https://www.york.ac.uk/history/global-health-histories/events/adventures-archives-anguish-lecture/
For more information on the Centre for Global Health Histories: https://www.york.ac.uk/history/global-health-histories/