June 26, 2015, University of Manchester
The Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHSTM) at the University of Manchester is pleased to announce a meeting on 26 June 2015 that will consider the place of the dog in science and medicine in the 20thC, and how this work has impacted upon the nature, health and welfare of dogs.
There is no charge for attendance. Morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. The first session will begin promptly at 9.00 am. Chancellor’s Hotel is some three miles south of the centre of Manchester and its transport hubs; hence, given the early start, attendees may want to stay locally the previous evening. If so, rooms can be booked individually at Chancellor’s subject to availability. Details of the venue can be found here.
There are also a number of other hotels and B&Bs in the south Manchester area that can be found on the usual hotel booking websites.
If you wish to attend, please send by email your name, affiliation, contact details and any special requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org – subject line: ‘Dog Workshop’ by 31 May 2015.
For more information, please visit http://www.chstm.manchester.ac.uk/newsandevents/conferences/dogsinscience/
Posted: April 28, 2015