Babylonian Medicine

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Einladung 37. Treffen des Arbeitskreises “Alte Medizin” am 1. und 2. Juli 2017

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,   der Interdisziplinäre Arbeitskreis „Alte Medizin“ lädt zu seinem 37. Treffen ein. Die Tagung findet am Samstag, den 1. Juli 2017 von 15:00-18:20 Uhr und Sonntag, den 2. Juli 2017 von 9:30-13:35 Uhr im Institut für Geschichte, Theorie und Ethik der Medizin der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Am Pulverturm 13, 55131 […]

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Studies in Iconography and Cultures of the ANE in honor of F.A.M. Wiggermann

>>F.A.M. Wiggermann currently is a research fellow at Freie Universität Berlin (TOPOI Excellence Cluster/BabMed).<<   by David Kertai / Olivier Nieuwenhuyse (eds.): From the Four Corners of the Earth. Studies in Iconography and Cultures of the Ancient Near East in Honour of F.A.M. Wiggermann = Alter Orient und Altes Testament 441 Münster 2017 324 pages […]

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[agade] LECTURES & eLECTURES: ‘”The Body and its Legal Implication in Second Millennium Elam” (Paris and internet, June 22)

The Body and its Legal Implication in Second Millennium Elam   A Lecture and Video-Conference by Carole Roche-Hawley, CNRS Ivry sur Seine Thursday, June 22, 2017 4 p.m.-6 p.m. (Paris time) at the Ivry sur Seine CNRS building, 27 rue Paul Bert, Porte de Choisy/Porte d’Ivry subway station, room C in the basement or by […]

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The Body as a Symbol of Social Belonging in Hittite Anatolia: The Example of Clothing

Betreff: [agade] LECTURES & eLECTURES: The Body as a Symbol of Social Belonging in Hittite Anatolia first posted May 3, 2017 A Lecture and Video-Conference by Alice Mouton, CNRS Ivry sur Seine and Catholic University of Paris Thursday, May 18, 2017 4 p.m.-6 p.m. (Paris time) at the Ivry sur Seine CNRS building, 27 rue […]

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Petition: Save the Yale Babylonian Collection

Online petition:   https://www.change.org/p/save-the-yale-babylonian-collection Dear President Salovey: As you wrote in July 2015, the Yale Babylonian Collection (YBC) is “a jewel among Yale’s extraordinary cultural-heritage holdings.”   The April 2017 report of the ten-member Advisory Committee for the YBC, which was initiated by Provost Ben Polak, chaired by Deputy Provost Susan Gibbons, and included only […]

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Deutschlandfunk-Beitrag zu “Religion versus Medizin?”

Die Sendereihe des Deutschlandfunks “Aus Kultur-und Sozialwissenschaften”  brachte zum Eröffnungstermin am 20. April 2017 einen Beitrag über die Ringvorlesung “Religion versus Medizin?”, die gemeinsam von Markham J. Geller (BabMed – Babylonian Medicine) und Almut-Barbara Renger (Inst. für Religionswissenschaften der FU Berlin, Arbeitsbereich Antike Religion und Kultur sowie deren Rezeptionsgeschichte) veranstaltet wird. Der Beitrag ist online […]

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Lennart Lehmhaus, Harvard, presents his research on Talmudic Medicine.

Starr Seminar Thursday, April 20, from 12:15-2:00PM in Boylston Hall (Classics Department), room 203 at the Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard University, Lennart Lehmhaus, Freie Universität Berlin – SFB 980 “Episteme in Motion”, and Harry Starr Fellow in Judaica at the Center for Jewish Studies will be presenting “Bodies of Knowledge: Talmudic Medical Expertise and […]

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J. Cale Johnson at Leiden University starting July 2017

Betreff: [agade] NOTICES: Appointments at Leiden University first posted April 7, 2017 The department of Assyriology at Leiden University, Institute of Area Studies, announces the following new appointments: From 1 July, Cale Johnson will join us as a University Lecturer. He specializes in the intellectual history of the ancient Near East, including Classical Sumerian literature […]

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The Body in the Hittite Medical Texts – Lecture and Video-Conference

“The Individual and his Body in the Ancient Mediterranean Basin” organized by Alice Mouton Session VIII The Body in the Hittite Medical Texts, Lecture and Video-Conference by Valeria Zubieta Lupo, Mainz University, Thursday, April 27, 2017 4 p.m.-6 p.m. (Paris time) at the Ivry sur Seine CNRS building, 27 rue Paul Bert, Porte de Choisy/Porte […]

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U.S. National Library of Medicine publishes Incunabula online

The U.S. National Library of Medicine has started to publish their Incabula collection online. Those fascinating documents provide a glimpse into the medical knowledge in Europe towards the end of the 15th century. The NLM collection includes more than 580 items, 42 of which are publicly available so far in high resolution scans. https://www.nlm.nih.gov/news/incunabula_ww2_gov.html

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