I’m happy to be back at Oxford for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine Seminar on Monday May 13th! Come and hear “Women’s Labour and British Naval Hospitals and Hospital Ships 1775-1815” at 16:00 in the History Faculty Lecture Theatre on George Street. Coffee will be available from 15:30.
This past week I attended the joint meeting of the 4th Annual Agnes Dillion Randolph International Nursing History conference and the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science in Charlottesville, Virginia. It was great to reconnect with nursing history colleagues in North America and kick off the spring conference season with an excellent conference.
My presentation was part of session Session 2A – Military Nursing
Moderator: Marian MoserJones
- Two Directors of Nursing ContrastedCarol Helmstadter
- Nursing on British Naval Hospital Ships, 1790-1815 Erin Spinney
- Military Nurses of the Vietnam War: Tenacity, Courage, and LossLorelei Stein
The campus was quite beautiful as well.
In the beautiful South Yorkshire at the University of Sheffield for the Digital Humanities Congress. Plus the first outing of my Medusa HGIS maps! Join me on Saturday in High Tor 3. Word cloud of my paper:
“Using data ontology to understand the relational dynamics of film audiences,” Peter Merrington, Matthew Hanchard, University of Glasgow
“Hospital Ships, HGIS, and the Interconnectivity of British Naval Medicine in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars,” Erin Spinney, University of Oxford
“‘A Lordship of the Feete [and] likewise of the Eye’: Using 3D-GIS to recreate ‘promenades’ and ‘prospects’ within English designed landscapes, c. 1550-1660,” Elizabeth Stewart, University of East Anglia
The full program is available here.