I believe that attending conferences is a vital part of academic work. I have undertaken to attend, and where possible present, at a minimum of two conferences per year during my doctoral studies. The list below details my invovlement in the wider academic world.
Society for the History of Childhood and Youth: Bi-annual Conference
'In the Name of the Child' : The Social and Cultural History of Children and Youth
June 27-30, Linkoping, Sweden
Accepted Paper: Institutions and Innovations: The Development of Paediatrics in England and France, 1762-1832
Conferences at which I Have Presented
Society for the Social History of Medicine Annual ConferencePractices and Representations of Health: Historical Perspectives Warwick University, United Kingdom
Paper Presented: From a Cough to a Coffin: examining the mother-doctor relationship and its role in child health, 1762-1882.
Colloque International GRAATHistoires d’enfant, histoires d’enfance [Stories for children, histories of childhood] Université de Tours, France
Paper Presented: Inside the Nursery: child perceptions of medical practitioners in England and France, 1762-1882.
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference
Paper Presented: Pig Killers vs. Paediatricians: Child Perceptions of Medical Practitioners in England 1762-1870.
Other Conferences I have Attended
British Society for the History of Paediatrics and Child Health, Annual Conference
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
University of Warwick History Graduate Conference
Session Chair: Power and Community
University of Warwick Arts Faculty Interdisciplinary Conference
Seminar Series I have attended
University of Warwick Centre for the History of Medicine, Seminar Series
University of Warwick, United Kingdom
University of Birmingham Centre for the History of Medicine, Seminar Series
Institute of Historical Research, Seminar Series
London, United Kingdom
Growing up in France: An Autobiographical Perspective