University of British Columbia

Galen’s Anxious Patients: Lupe as Anxiety Disorder

Date: 
Thu., Feb. 6, 2014, 4:00pm
Susan Mattern (Department of History, University of Georgia) presents as part of the UBC STS series.

Professor Susan Mattern, Department of History, University of Georgia
"Galen’s Anxious Patients: Lupe as Anxiety Disorder"
Green College, Coach House
Thursday, February 6
5:00 - 6:30, with reception to follow

This UBC Node is pleased to support this event.

Parrhesia, Pluralism and Polar Bears

Date: 
Thu., Feb. 13, 2014, 4:00pm
Jill Fellows (UBC Arts One) presents as part of the UBC STS series.
STS COLLOQUIUM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 4:00 - 5:30, BUCHANAN TOWER 1197 JILL FELLOWS, UBC ARTS ONE "PARRHESIA, PLURALISM AND POLAR BEARS" In this paper I will examine how trust-building might be possible if ontological pluralism is considered as a conceptual possibility.

Critical Conditions: Lessons for Health Studies at UBC and Beyond

Date: 
Thu., Jan. 30, 2014, 5:00pm
Jaquelyn Duffin (Queen's), Squier (Pen. State), Segal (UBC), Nappi (UBC) and Bryson (UBC) discuss the study of health sciences.

Critical Conditions: Lessons for Health Studies at UBC and Beyond

The Press and the Press Release: Inventing the Crystal Meth-HIV Connection

Date: 
Mon., Feb. 3, 2014, 4:00pm
Cindy Patton (CRC in Community, Culture, and Health) launches The Lives of Evidence national lecture series at UBC!

The Situating Science project and partners are pleased to launch:  

The Lives of Evidence
A multi-part national lecture series examining the cultural, ethical, political, and scientific role of evidence in our world.

A Historical Epistemology of Empathy

Date: 
Thu., Jan. 16, 2014, 4:00pm
UBC: Eric Johnson, UBC Department of History, speaks on empathy as part of the UBC STS series.

Eric Johnson, Department of History, "A Historical Epistemology of Empathy"
Thursday, January 16, 4:00 - 5:30 pm, Buchanan Tower 1197

Abstract: