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Global Health Histories Seminar: Health Emergencies & Equity
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Global Health Histories Seminar: Universal Health Coverage and Health For All
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Reason of State, Information Management and the Power of Necessity in Early Modern Spain: The Case of Virgilio Malvezzi
Dr Lisa Kattenberg (University of Cambridge)
Neighbours of the Commons: Some lost buildings at Westminster and their occupants in the seventeenth century
Dr Elizabeth Hallam Smith (Research Consultant and York Research Associate)
Global Health Histories Seminar: 200 million lives saved: Smallpox eradication 40 years on
University Open Day
Thinking about a degree in History? Come and meet us on 14 or 15 September!
Global Health Histories Seminar 133: The Health Challenges of Social Marginalisation
In this GHH seminar the expert panel consider the health challenges of social exclusion and marginalisation
Global Health Histories Seminar 132: Infectious Diseases: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives
For centuries, infectious diseases have impacted enormously on populations around the world.
Global Health Histories Seminar: 'Man Up’: Masculinities and mental health seeking behaviors
The webinar will be live streamed at: 1pm – 2pm CEST (12pm - 1pm BST)
Department of History
University of York,
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