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Translation of Gender into Colonial Sciences of the America- Comp Lit Lecture
Comp Lit Lecture Bigelow on gender & colonial science in Americas
Located in Events / 2011
Medical Errors in Hospitals: Cause and Prevention
Located in Events / 2011
Outline of the Principles of Teaching and Evaluating Professionalism Using the Experience at McGill as an Example - Grand Rounds Lecture
Outline of the Principles of Teaching and Evaluating Professionalism Using the Experience at McGill as an Example: Grand Rounds Lecture
Located in Events / 2011
Pathology at Duke: As I Remember It
Bullitt/Trent History of Medicine Lecture, presented by Dr. William Bradford, Professor of Pathology, Duke University. This lecture is free and open to the public.
Located in Events / 2011
Reflections on Speciesism
Public Lecture. Featuring Professor Douglas MacLean, Department of Philosophy. This is the second part in a colloquium series on philosophy and the environment. Sponsored by the Institute for the Environment, the Parr Center for Ethics, and the Department of Philosophy. This event is free and open to the public.
Located in Events / 2011
Religion Lecture: Boon on Laredo, Spanish Renaissance mystic/apothecary
Public Lecture: “The ‘Entrails of the Soul’: Physiology and Cognition in Bernardino de Laredo’s Renaissance Mysticism”
Located in Events / 2011
The Ethics of Evidence in Sexual Health: What is State-of-the-Art?
Trent Center (Duke) Lecture by Willard Cates, Jr.
Located in Events / 2011
The Lady in America's Most Famous Painting
Dr. Gordon Klintorth, Wadsworth Research Professor, Ophthalmology, Duke University
Located in Events / 2011
Trent Society Lecture: Dr Dan Blazer on Depression & Social Psychiatry
Trent History of Medicine Society (Duke) Lecture "Major Depression and the Death of Social Psychiatry" - Dan Blazer, MD, MPH, PhD
Located in Events / 2011
Bullitt/Trent History Lecture: Devine on Gangrene & Erysipelas in American Civil War
Shauna Devine, PhD: "Science, Disease and Experimental Medicine: Gangrene and Erysipelas during the American Civil War, 1861-1865"