In part two of our three-part series on a student-led Twitter conference, we follow Dan Todman and his students as they set things up. (Need to catch up? Part one is here.)
In this final post in our three-part series, we join Dan Todman’s students as they are about to run their first undergraduate Twitter conference. To catch up, read about the pedagogy behind the conference in part one, or the preparations in part two.
For the fifth instalment of our 'Body' series, recent School of History graduate Harriet Clark argues that the story of Sara Baartman, 'The Hottentot Venus', should not be forgotten.
In the fourth instalment of our 'Body' series, Elizabeth Waddell considers what Marc Quinn's statue, Alison Lapper Pregnant, tells us about contemporary attitudes towards the disabled body.
With celebrity tattooist Kat Von D recently announcing that she and her husband intend to raise their child 'without vaccinations', in the third of our 'body blogs' Lucy Jennings looks at how vaccinations have provoked anxiety from the 19th century to the present day.
In the second of our series of blogs inspired by our third-year undergraduate module ‘The Body in Science, Medicine, and Culture since 1832’, QMUL History student Katy Maguire explores how gigantism has been depicted and understood, in fact and in fiction.
In the first in a series of themed blogs inspired by our third-year undergraduate module 'The Body in Science, Medicine, and Culture since 1832', here we Take Five with Barts Pathology Museum's Technical Curator and Public Engagement Officer, Carla Valentine.