Imperial and World History Seminar, University of London. A Roundtable on Rohan Deb Roy, Malarial Subjects: Empire, Medicine and Nonhumans in British India,1820–1909 (Cambridge, 2017). https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316771617 February 26th 2017. Discussants: Clare Anderson (Leicester), Richard Drayton (KCL), Nayanika Mathur (Oxford), Simon Schaffer (Cambridge) and Sujit Sivasundaram (Cambridge). Meetings are on Mondays at 5.15pm in Wolfson Room … More A Roundtable on Rohan Deb Roy, Malarial Subjects: Empire, Medicine and Nonhumans in British India,1820–1909 (Cambridge, 2017).
Call for Papers Maritime Animals Telling stories of animals at sea Two-day international conference National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, UK April 26-27, 2019 Keynote speakers Thom van Dooren William Gervase Clarence-Smith In maritime narratives of humans, ships and the sea, animals are too often absent, or marginalised in passing references, despite the fact that ships once … More Call for Papers: ‘Maritime Animals: Telling stories of animals at sea’
Part of the Renaissance Skin Project at King’s College London (@RenSkinKCL) 18:00 – 20:00pm, Thu 30 November 2017, Bush House Lecture Theatre 1, 30 Aldwych, London, WC2R 4BG More porous than skin is the eye. Even if it is not the lamp or the window of the soul, its gaze is revealing of what is inside the … More PUBLIC LECTURE: Thomas W. Laqueur, “Seeing through Fur: the Dog’s Gaze in Western Art”