Holmes Workshop Series
The Holmes Workshop Series aims to encourage scholarly discussions of ongoing research among graduate students and faculty members at Yale working on projects related to the history of science and medicine, while fostering a sense of community spirit and collegiality among members of the Program in the History of Science and Medicine. It is named after Dr. Frederic L. Holmes, former chairman of the Program.
Holmes workshops run from 4:30-6:00 on certain Mondays throughout the fall and spring semesters (see schedule). Presenters are encouraged to pre-circulate their papers or chapters when possible.
Jonny Bunning, "The Womb of the World": Commercial Surrogacy in India from Bioethics to Biopolitics
Commenter: Hae Soo Park
Charlotte Abney, “Networks of Chemistry: The Discovery of Cerium in Gustavian Sweden”
Carmel Raz, "Hector Berlioz’s Neurophysiological Imagination"
Commenter: Courtney Thomson
Catherine Mas, "Making Metaphysicians: Christian Science Healing in the Late Nineteenth Century"
Commenter: Heidi Knoblauch
Katherrine Healy, "I know I When I See It"? Accessible Pornography for the Blind"
Commenter: Jenna Healey
Tess Lanzarotta, "A Lab at the Top of the World: Circumpolar Health and Indigenous Politics in Cold War Alaska"
Commenter: Marco Ramos
Barbara DiGennaro, "The Work of the Apothecary: Erudition, Experience, Authority"
Commenter: Charlotte Abney
Heidi Knoblauch, "Medical Photography, Record Keeping, and the Doctor Patient Relationship: The Photographic Department at Bellevue Hospital, 1868 − 1906"
Commenter: Barbara Pohl
Katie Mas, "Making Metaphysicians: Christian Science Healing in the Late Nineteenth Century"
Commenter: Laurel Waycott
Jenna Healey, "Tattletale: Teenage Pregnancy, Parental Notification, and the Rise of the New Right"
Commenter: Alyssa Battistoni
Haesoo Park, "Dirt of Words, Fissure in Structures: The Postcolonial Feminist Cells"
Commenter: Gerardo Con Diaz
Commenter: Jonny Bunning