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Disease, Disability & Medicine in Early Medieval Europe AD 400-1200


General Editors: Dr Sally Crawford and Dr Christina Lee

  1. To be published by Archaeopress of Oxford, this new peer reviewed series is designed to cover the growing discipline of the study of the history of disease and medicine in the ancient and early medieval world, from prehistory to the Middle Ages. Although a number of highly regarded peer reviewed journals already exist that cover the history of medicine in general, there are none that specifically cover both the ancient and medieval world. This is a lacuna that needs to be filled.


Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Workshop

Disability and the Law
University of Nottingham, 12 - 13 th December 2010

Contact: Christina.lee@nottingham.ac.uk

First Circular and Call for Papers

The leading UK interdisciplinary forum for scholars working on disease, disability and medicine in a variety of disciplines and regions of Medieval Europe, the workshop invites session proposals and offers of individual papers for the 2010 meeting Disability and the Law. Read more...


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