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This case study looks at one project as an example of how a Research Centre can work creatively to meet its research agenda. The Centre for the History of Medicine, established at Warwick in 1999, seeks to understand medical ideas, practices and institutions in their broad social and cultural contexts.
On: Public Engagement - merging the arts with academia.
Source/Funding: Centre for the History of Medicine’s Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Situating Medicine: New Directions in the History of Medicine)
From an interview conducted by Lisa Lavender with Tracy Horton
Date: March 2012
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