The Library will be unstaffed on Friday 7 June and Monday 10 June 2013.
We will be open as normal Tue 11 -Friday 14 June, staffed each afternoon 2.15-5pm.
If you would like to book an appointment to visit the Library please contact us.
Remote access for University members
Oxford University staff and students can still access many online subscription resources remotely using their Single Sign On.
These resources include:
- eJournals via Oxford eJournals e.g. Medical History,
- eBooks via SOLO – we have an extra large list of eBooks currently available as we are trialling a new eBooks package with over 100000 titles.
- primary source databases via OxLIP+ e.g. Early English Books Online, Early European Books Online, The Making of the Modern World and many more resources covering from ancient to modern times.
Free online resources for all
There are also lots of resources available for free on the open web, including free eBooks on the Internet Archive, Gutenberg Project and Google Books. We’ve bookmarked our favourite free History of Medicine related websites on Delicious.
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Trinity Term 2013 History of Medicine Seminar Series
Medical Conceptions of Self-control and Social Control
Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine,
Seminar Room, 47 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PE
The seminars are on Mondays at 2.15pm
Coffee will be available from 2.00pm
Week 8 – 10 June
Bernd Bösel, University of Vienna
An Anatomy of Enthusiasm
This is the last of the series for this term. A new seminar series and theme will return for Michaelmas Term in October 2013.
About the Speaker
Bernd Bösel studied philosophy, cultural anthropology and journalism at the University of Vienna. He gained his doctorate in 2007 with a thesis on “philosophy and enthusiasm,” and then wrote a thesis for the master’s program “Supervision and Coaching” at the Danube University Krems.
Since 2009 he has worked as an ethics instructor at the Fashion Institute of Vienna in Hetzendorf, and as a lecturer on ethics at the University of Vienna, and on aesthetics at the Art University of Linz. Central to his philosophical work is the question of how the culture of high emotions is compatible with the development of Western thought.