GENDERED DRUG STANDARDS: FROM HISTORICAL AND SOCIO-ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES, GRANADA, 28-30 NOVEMBER 2011
Recent historiography of science and anthropology of medicine and health have shown a
growing interest in analyzing drugs and their social impact when considering categories like
gender, race/ethnicity, class and other social hierarchies. This workshop aims at bringing
together scholars interested in applying gender as a category of analysis to the history of
drugs and drug standards and in relation to contemporary problems of circulation and use
The leading issues themes of the workshop are:
The organising committee welcomes paper proposals (in the form of a 300 word abstract with
paper title, presenter’(s’) name(s), affiliation and email) until the deadline of 30 June 2011.
Please forward proposals to: email@example.com
Sponsored by the ESF Research Networking Programme: Standard Drugs and Drug Standards,
A comparative historical study of pharmaceuticals in the 20th century.
Teresa Ortiz Gómez, María Jesús Santesmases, Agata Ignaciuk, Nicolas Tschudy.
Department of the History of Science and Institute of Women’s Studies (University of Granada).
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