Videos & Lectures

Dr Sally Denshire

School of Community Health, Charles Sturt University, Australia

‘Re-inscribing the white, classed, gendered beginnings of occupational therapy in Australia'

(Introduced by: Prof John Hall, Centre for Health, Medicine and Society, and Health and Life Sciences)

 

Leisle Ezekiel and Carol Mytton

Sport and Health Sciences, Oxford Brookes University

‘An exploration of changing occupational therapy roles in working with older people over the last 30 years’

(Introduced by: Prof John Hall, Centre for Health, Medicine and Society, and Health and Life Sciences)

[25min; 16 slides]

 

Catherine Lidbetter

Oxford Brookes University Library

‘The Dorset House Archive and the history of the first school of Occupational Therapy in the UK’

[16min ; 6 slides]

 

Paper presented to the International Research Symposium:

 

DrLeonard Smith

Medicine, Ethics, Society and History (MESH), University of Birmingham

 ‘”A powerful agent in their recovery”: Work as treatment in British West Indian Lunatic Asylums, 1860-1900’

(Introduced by: Dr Yolanda Eraso, Health and Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University)

[12min; 14 slides]

 

 

Prof Waltraud Ernst

Centre for Health, Medicine and Society, Oxford Brookes University

‘”Useful both to the patients as well as to the State”. Work therapy in British India, c. 1860 – 1940’

(Introduced by: Dr Yolanda Eraso, Health and Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University)

[22min; 9 slides]

 

 

Kathryn McKay

(cand. PhD), History, Simon Fraser University, Canada

‘From blasting powder to tomato pickles: Patient labour at the Provincial Mental Hospitals in British Columbia, c. 1885-1920’

(Introduced by: Dr Yolanda Eraso, Health and Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University)

 [18min; no slides]

 

 

Steven King and Kevin Schürer

(University of Leicester)

 “Space, Mapping and Disability in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century England and Wales”

 

Paper presented to the conference:

 

Moshe Idel

(Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

“Performing Bodies: From Anatomy to Cosmology, to Theosophy in Jewish Thought”

 

Paper presented to the conference:

"Mapping Humans: From Body to Cosmos"

 

Patrick Sériot

(Université de Lausanne)

“’Mapping Humans’ in Central and Eastern European Ideological Debates: Are Languages Natural Objects?"

 

Paper presented to the conference:

"Mapping Humans: From Body to Cosmos"

 

Peter Jones, Steven King, and Ben Harvey

(University of Leicester)

“Mapping Sentiments Towards the Poor”

 

Paper presented to the conference:

"Mapping Humans: From Body to Cosmos"

 

 

 

© 2011. All content, Pulse-Project.org