Posted by: Alice Nelson | 24/02/2012

Wellcome Unit Seminar by Shane Doyle on changing patterns of disease and mortality in Uganda

Global and Local Approaches to the History of Medicine Seminars

Week 7 – Monday 27 February
Shane Doyle,
University of Leeds
Changing patterns of disease and mortality in Uganda, 1920-1980’

At: The Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine Seminar Room, 47 Banbury Road, Oxford
Coffee is available from 2.00pm – Seminars begin at 2.15pm prompt

Conveners: Dr Sloan Mahone and Kathleen Vongsathorn, DPhil candidate

You are welcome to join the speaker and convenor for lunch, at 12:50.  Please contact kathleen.vongsathorn@history.ox.ac.uk for more details.

About the speaker
Shane Doyle is a Senior Lecturer in Modern African History at the University of Leeds.   He is currently carrying out a research project funded by the AHRC, the British Academy, the British Institute in Eastern Africa, and the ESRC.  As part of the project, he is writing a book that will examine the medical and demographic histories of three neighbouring societies in East Africa in order to explain why patterns of sexual behaviour, fertility and mortality changed so dramatically in the decades before the emergence of HIV.

Related links
WUHMO | WUHMO Seminar page | Shane Doyle profile

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