Medicine & History Lecture Series

 

We run a series of Medicine and History lectures on a Saturday every year from October to March. The lectures look at a wide range of factors that have influenced changes in medicine and health, and speakers have been chosen for their lively and entertaining approach.

The lectures are suitable for those with little or no knowledge of the subject. Each session includes two lectures given by different speakers, each with an opportunity for discussion. Lectures start at 10am and finish by 12.30pm.  Delegates can enrol for the whole series or come to individual sessions.

How to book:
Tickets cost £17 for adults and £15 for concessions per session. If you would like to attend every lecture, the whole course costs £93 for adults and £81 for concessions. Friends of the museum receive a 10% discount.
To book for individual lectures, please click the links against each lecture below. To book for the whole course, please click here.

Download the lecture leaflet
 

    • March Lecture

    • 4 March 2017

    10am-12.30pm

    From Kings' Valley to Kings College: the Making of a Modern Mummy
    Prof Joann Fletcher and Dr Stephen Buckley

    From Cemetery to Clinic: Investigating leprosy in Medieval Chichester
    Jo Buckberry, The University of Bradford

    Our dynamic and entertaining guest lecturers ensure their presentations are fun and entertaining, as well as educational and enlightening. All the speakers are eminent and respected experts in their fields.

    Open to everyone, and suitable for those with little or no knowledge of the subject. Delegates can enrol for the whole course or individual sessions. Every session includes two lectures, each with an opportunity for questions and discussion.

    Booking is essential and tickets are available to buy online here