50 Years of CT in Belgium : 23/10/2021 Musée Notre-Dame à la Rose Lessines

september 8, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on 50 Years of CT in Belgium : 23/10/2021 Musée Notre-Dame à la Rose Lessines 

Activité organisée par / Activiteit van de Belgian Museum for Radiology, apd/vanaf 9 h.

Au programme notamment, la projection d’une intéressante interview (réalisée en 2009) auprès des Professeurs Albert Baert (KULeuven) et Louis Jeanmart (…)(ULB), dirigée par le Professeur Ronald Van Loon (…)(VUB) et ancien bénévole de notre musée. Ensuite, ce sera l’occasion de faire un petit survol de nos 30 années d’activités pendant un joli programme musical assuré par la violoniste Edith Cnokaert. Un lunch convivial et assis, une visite guidée (N/F) du musée N-D à la Rose, une visite libre à l’exposition temporaire «Guerre et Paix sous microscope. Les épidémies se racontent» ainsi que notre traditionnelle réception sont prévus sur le même site!

We zullen onder meer kunnen kijken naar een interessant interview dat in 2009 plaatshad met de professoren Albert Baert (KULeuven) en Louis Jeanmart (…)(ULB), onder leiding van professor Ronald Van Loon (…)(VUB), toen vrijwilliger van ons museum. De violiste Edith Cnokaert verzorgt een stralend muzikaal intermezzo waarbij ondertussen een kort overzicht gegeven wordt van 30 jaar activiteit van ons museum – een viering die door de pandemie afgelast werd. In het restaurant genieten we van een smakelijke lunch, waarna we een rondleiding (N/F) krijgen in het museum Notre-Dame-à-la-Rose, met inbegrip van een gratis bezoek aan de tijdelijke tentoonstelling “Oorlog en vrede onder de microscoop, van pest tot Covid”. Aan het eind heeft ons traditioneel “glas van de vriendschap” natuurlijk op dezelfde site plaats!

treasurer@radiology-museum.be

www.radiology-museum.be

Faith, Medicine and Religion : 7-10 September 2021, online conference

augustus 26, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on Faith, Medicine and Religion : 7-10 September 2021, online conference 

Biennial meeting of the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHMH), organized in cooperation with the Research Group Cultural History since 1750 at KU Leuven.

In particular, we would like to draw your attention to the four keynote lectures of this conference, which will all take place online from 5:00 to 6:30 pm (Brussels time):   

·  Tuesday 7 September 2021: Shinjini Das (University of East Anglia): Sacred Histories of Public Health: Leper Asylums, and the Medical-Evangelical State in Twentieth Century British India

·  Wednesday 8 September 2021: Anne Harrington (Harvard University): Almost a Miracle: Reflections on a Medical Archive at the Boundaries of Skepticism and Experience

·  Thursday 9 September 2021: Tine Van Osselaer (University of Antwerp): Between Hope and Resignation: the ‘Patient’ in Catholic Devotional Culture, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

·  Friday 10 September 2021: Maria Pia Donato (CNRS, France): Medicine and Religion at the Deathbed. Reflections on Death, Dying and the Doctors in Early Modern Europe

These lectures are free to attend and open to all, but registration on beforehand is required for non-participants to the conference. Together, they form a one-week lecture series that puts questions of trust, belief, religion, hope and devotion centre stage in the history of medicine and health. You are warmly invited to attend these lectures!

Joris Vandendriessche and Tinne Claes

Conferences – European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (eahmh.org)

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58e Congrès de la Fédération des Cercles d’archéologie et d’histoire de Belgique : Tournai 19/8-22/8/2021

augustus 20, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on 58e Congrès de la Fédération des Cercles d’archéologie et d’histoire de Belgique : Tournai 19/8-22/8/2021 

Onzième congrès de l’Association des Cercles francophones d’histoire et d’archéologie de Belgique.

Sélection de communications liées à l’assistance et à la santé :

Section 2 : Histoire politique, militaire et des relations internationales

Fanny Verslype, L’hôpital royal militaire de Malines (1585-1701), une « machine à guérir » ? Contribution à l’histoire du service sanitaire de l’armée des Flandres dans les Pays-Bas espagnols

Section 3 : Histoire économique et sociale, y compris la vie quotidienne, la numismatique et la démographie historique

Marguerite Coppens, L’habit fait-il l’infirmière ? L’exemple des « visiteuses » de l’Œuvre Nationale de l’Enfance

Section 5 : Histoire des religions et des mouvements philosophiques :

Camille Holvoet, Les reliques de l’Hôpital Notre-Dame à la Rose de Lessines, remèdes thaumaturges. Le cas particulier d’un échange de bons procédés entre les Charitables de Béthune et l’Hôpital Notre-Dame à la Rose

Section 6 : Histoire des sciences et des techniques

Arlette Joiris, Une épidémie oubliée : la poliomyélite. Prise en charge des malades à l’hôpital de Bavière à Liège après la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Grégoire Masson, Asclépios/Esculape en Gaule Belgique et en Germanie inférieure

Franz Philippart, Les pharmacopées régionales dans les Pays-Bas du Sud aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles

Franz Philippart, Dans l’ombre des grands médecins. Un Liégeois à Paris entre 1771 et 1818 : Pierre-Hubert Nysten

Béatrice Touchelay, Santé et pollutions au Congo belge à travers les statistiques coloniales pendant l’entre-deux-guerres

Notons que parmi les activités complémentaires figure aussi une visite guidée de l’Hôpital Notre-Dame à la Rose à Lessines (20/8/2021 de 14 à 18 h).

Congrès Wapi 2020-2021 – Onzième congrès de l’Association des Cercles francophones d’histoire et d’archéologie de Belgique (congreswapi2020.be)

Call for papers IMC Leeds : The Borders of Disability and Ability, Illhealth and Health

augustus 6, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on Call for papers IMC Leeds : The Borders of Disability and Ability, Illhealth and Health 

Abstracts of no more than 300 words for a 20 minutes paper presentation should be submitted to the session organisers Adelheid Russenberger (a.v.s.russenberger@qmul.ac.uk) and Dr Ninon Dubourg (ninon.dubourg@gmail.com) by 31 August 2021.

CFP – IMC Leeds – The Borders of Disability and Ability, Illhealth and Health – History of Disease, Disability & Medicine in Medieval Europe (hypotheses.org)

Online workshop (open to all) Matter into Place: Public Health and Urban Space in the Medieval Low Countries. 09-07-2021 from 09:00 to 13:00

juli 6, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on Online workshop (open to all) Matter into Place: Public Health and Urban Space in the Medieval Low Countries. 09-07-2021 from 09:00 to 13:00 

Organised by the « Healthscaping Urban Europe » ERC-project and the Henri Pirenne Institute.

Matter into Place: Public Health and Urban Space in the Medieval Low Countries | Premodern Healthscaping (hcommons.org)

Conference : Faith, Medicine and Religion. 7-10 september 2021

juni 3, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on Conference : Faith, Medicine and Religion. 7-10 september 2021 

Biannual meeting of the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health, organized in cooperation with the Research Group Cultural History since 1750 at KU Leuven.

https://kuleuvencongres.be/eahmh2021/home.

Faith and religion are part and parcel of the field of medicine and of healing practices. For in times of illness, we are in need of faith. We might express our faith in those who aim to heal us as we recognize and trust their ability to do so. In some settings, both today and in the past, such faith takes on explicit spiritual and religious meanings. It is performed through rituals and shaped by belief systems, shared (or not) between patients, doctors and other caregivers. In other settings, it is the belief in science or other concepts of medicine that drives patients’, caregivers’ and scientists’ search for cures and well-being. Moreover, outside the biomedical domain, hope for improvement drives the search for alternative modes of healing and self-healing, practices often strongly imbued with faith, rituals and conversion narratives. The 2021 EAHMH conference places these questions of trust, belief, religion, hope and devotion centre stage in the history of medicine and health.

International Symposium: Four unpublished atlases of myology from the Dutch Golden Age. A multidisciplinary approach to the drawings of Johannes van Horne and Marten Sagemolen

juni 3, 2021 · Posted in Lezing · Comments Off on International Symposium: Four unpublished atlases of myology from the Dutch Golden Age. A multidisciplinary approach to the drawings of Johannes van Horne and Marten Sagemolen 

Dates: Friday 18 and Saturday 19 June 2021

Organized by the BIU Santé Médecine, Université de Paris. Working languages: French and English. Online (Zoom). Free of charge with prior registration. Contact: info-hist@biusante.parisdescartes.fr

Inscription au colloque: https://ceres.parisdescartes.fr/index.php/896671?lang=fr

Symposium registration: https://ceres.parisdescartes.fr/index.php/896671?lang=en

In June 2016, four large atlases containing two hundred and fifty anatomical drawings made around 1654-1660 in Leiden (Netherlands) were identified at the BIU Santé. Produced by the painter Marten Sagemolen (ca. 1620-1669) under the direction of the anatomist Johannes van Horne (1621-1670), they systematically describe the muscles of man.  This impressive collection had been lost since the middle of the 18th century.

The albums entered the collections of the Ecole de Santé in 1796, along with the magnificent drawings by the painter Gerard de Lairesse (1641-1711) [https://www.biusante.parisdescartes.fr/histoire/medica/presentations/lairesse-bidloo-cowper.php] for the anatomy of Govard Bidloo (1649-1713), and they have remained ever since in the medical library at 12, rue de l’Ecole de Médecine in Paris (now BIU Santé Médecine). Purchased as an anonymous lot along the Lairesse masterpiece, the albums had not been successfully examined until 2016.

The rarity of this set and the surprise of its identification piqued interest. After initial documentation [https://www.biusante.parisdescartes.fr/blog/index.php/redecouverte-anatomie-van-horne-sagemolen/ ] and digitisation [https://www.biusante.parisdescartes.fr/histoire/medica/presentations/sagemolen.php] by the BIU Santé’s medical history department, a conservation and study project was carried out with the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre de recherche et de restauration des musées de France.

The project will result in two events this year which will be held seperatly due to the current health  crisis : the symposium will take place online in June and the exhibition of the albums at the Musée d’histoire de la Médecine is delayed until the autumn 2021 (more information soon).

KU LEUVEN HEALTH HUMANITIES SYMPOSIUM 10 June 2021

mei 19, 2021 · Posted in aankondigingen · Comments Off on KU LEUVEN HEALTH HUMANITIES SYMPOSIUM 10 June 2021 

Medical Objects Symposium – Leuven Interdisciplinary Platform for the Study of the Sciences (LIPSS) (kuleuven.be)

Medical objects have different functions and generate different meanings. In addition to their (original) clinical or scientific function, they represent biomedical knowledge to patients and medical practitioners, generate memories of illness, treatment and medical interventions, and trigger emotions ranging from horror to grief or nostalgia. Recent workshops such as ‘Curating the Medical Humanities’ (2018) and ‘Thinking Through Things: Object Encounters in the Medical Humanities’ (2020) have explored how working with (historical) medical objects may result in new understandings of health. For the purposes of academic education as well, object-based learning (or heritage-based learning) has been said to offer a methodology that makes debates on health more easily accessible for interdisciplinary student audiences. The aim of this colloquium is to highlight the potential of medical objects and historical collections in medical and science museums for research and education in health humanities. It brings together international speakers from different disciplines, who testify of how they use medical (museum) objects in their research and teaching. Its aim is to reach a varied audience of  researchers in health humanities, curators of medical and science museums, and all those interested in medical heritage.

Space and the Hospital: International Network for the History of Hospitals Conference 26-28 May 2021

mei 19, 2021 · Posted in aankondigingen · Comments Off on Space and the Hospital: International Network for the History of Hospitals Conference 26-28 May 2021 

Space and the Hospital: International Network for the History of Hospitals Conference 26-28 May 2021 | INHH

Space, in both its physical and conceptual manifestations, has been a part of how hospitals were designed, built, used, and understood within the wider community. By focusing on space, this conference will explore this subject through the lens of its architectural, socio-cultural, medical, economic, charitable, ideological, and public conceptualisations.
This conference is in partnership with “Hospitalis: Hospital Architecture in Portugal at the Dawn of Modernity” and “Royal Hospital of All Saints: city and public health” research projects.

For the Low Countries : on May 28, Session 9 | 9:00-10:30 Spaces of Knowledge and Healing
Mats Dijkdrent (University of Cambridge), “Healing through Space: Plague and Mental Health Institutions in the Sixteenth-Century Low Countries”.

Boek Hospitium: ‘IJzeren longen, warme harten’ informatie (red. Patrick Allegaert en Vincent Van Roy)

februari 3, 2014 · Posted in aankondigingen, erfgoed, geschiedenis, informatie, pictures, publicaties · Comments Off on Boek Hospitium: ‘IJzeren longen, warme harten’ informatie (red. Patrick Allegaert en Vincent Van Roy) 

infoblad aankondiging boek ‘IJzeren longen, warme harten’

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