Check out my latest article, published 18 April 2022, on gender and old age in English early modern medicine, here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-0424.12609 Bolissian, Amie, ‘Masculine Old Women or Feminine Old Men? Rethinking Gender and the Ageing Body in Early Modern English Medicine’, Gender & History, (2022), <https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-0424.12609>.
With funding from the Centre of Health Humanities (University of Reading) Wholestep Music Therapy and I held two ‘health, history, music and memory’ workshops at an extra care senior residence in Reading, U.K. It was great fun, and you can read my blathery blog and see a video here:
September 7th-10th 2021, (KU Leuven, Belgium – online), Theme: Faith, Medicine and Religion https://kuleuvencongres.be/eahmh2021/registration-1
April 9th 2021, (Birkbeck & London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London – online) Paper – ‘Epidemic Anxieties versus Chronic Disease in Early Modern Ageing Self-care’ https://oldagecareintimesofcrisis.blogspot.com/
March 8th 2021, (Women’s History Network – online) Paper – ‘Useful’ Old Women: The dual patient/carer role of infirm ageing women in early modern England’
October 29th 2020, (University of Reading – online), Paper – ‘Where are all the old crones? Searching for the missing ageing women patients from English Seventeenth Century Doctor’s Casebooks’
August 19th 2020, (University of Oxford – Online) Paper: ‘”A conservative cure in respect of Age”: The Contingent Nature of Recovery for Early Modern Ageing Patients’ https://illnessandrecoveryconference.wordpress.com/