Tuesday 3 December 2019, 4.30PM to 5:30
Speaker(s): Selina Hurley (Science Museum)
Selina Hurley, Curator of Medicine at the Science Museum, is giving a talk in the University's Open Lecture series (6.15 pm, Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building), entitled 'Putting the history of medicine at the heart of the Science Museum: Curating the new medicine galleries'. For further details on the lecture and to book tickets, please see the Open Lectures events page.
In addition to this, Selina has kindly agreed to do an informal session for students who may be interested in museums/heritage careers. This will be before the main lecture, in B/K/018 (in Biology) from 4.30-5.30 pm. Selina will speak briefly (c. 15 mins) about her own work and that of her colleagues, which will be followed by a Q&A.
All students (undergraduate or postgraduate) welcome.
Location: B/K/018 (Biology), University of York
Admission: All undergraduate and postgraduate students welcome