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Wednesday, 22 June 2011, 3:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Part Three: Medical and Surgical Therapeutics - Scientific Advances in the Tudor Era

Professor Allan Chapman

Professor Allan Chapman gives a detailed overview of the developments and innovations in Tudor medicine and surgery, and the legacy that they have established.

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Allan Chapman is a British historian of science. Chapman has been based at Oxford University for most of his career, as a member of the Faculty of History, based at Wadham College. He is an accomplished lecturer and public speaker (including as visiting professor at Gresham College in London). In January 1994, he delivered the Royal Society history of science Wilkins Lecture, on the subject of Edmund Halley.

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22 June 2011

Part Three: Medical and Surgical Therapeutics - Scientific Advances in the Tudor Era
Professor Allan Chapman

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