The Northern Centre for the History of Medicine at Newcastle is delighted to announce that the Pybus Podcast Collection is now available online. The collection is an archive of audio recordings taken from the Pybus Seminar Series, a programme of public seminars sponsored by the Northern Centre for the History of Medicine, Newcastle University and supported by the Wellcome Trust. The distinguished speakers represent a diverse range of Medical Historical research.
The Pybus Podcast Collection is regularly updated with new audio recordings. The podcasts currently available include:
The Drug Trade in Colonial India Dr Nandini Bhattacharya (University of Leicester)
The body in pain and tales of redemption and damnation during the wars of religion Dr Luc Racaut (Newcastle University)
“Stand Up Straight”: Posture and the Meanings Attributed to the Upright Body Prof Sander L. Gilman (Emory University)
Collecting Knowledge for the Family: Household Recipe Books in Early Modern England Dr Elaine Leong (University of Cambridge)
The Hospital Crisis in Post-war Britain and France: Leeds and Lille, 1918-28 Prof Barry Doyle (University of Huddersfield)
Madness and Passions in Early Modern Spain Dr Elena Carrera (Queen Mary, University of London)