The Archives for Women in Medicine promotes and celebrates women’s achievements in science and medicine through educational programs and outreach activities, such as lectures, class visits, tours, and exhibits.
Past events and class visits include:
- UMass Boston Visits Center for the History of Medicine
- Ill Composed: Sickness, Gender, and Belief in Early Modern England with Olivia Weisser, Ph.D.
- Celebrating 10 Years of the Archives for Women in Medicine
- Simmons Class Visits Center for the History of Medicine
- Pregnancy and Personhood: The Maternal-Fetal Relationship in American, 1850 to the Present with Rebecca M. Kluchin, Ph.D.
- Irish, pauper patients and the American maternity hospital, 1860-1913 with Ciara Breathnach, Ph.D.
- Making Connections: An Evening of Networking and Celebrating Mentors
- Honoring Dr. Shirley Driscoll and Her Legacy
Digital exhibits include:
- Grete L. Bibring: The Modern Woman
- Leading by Teaching: Elizabeth D. Hay and Lynne M. Reid
- Mary Ellen Avery: Highlights from Her Collection
- The Stethoscope Sorority: Stories from the Archives for Women in Medicine
Interested in bringing your class to the Center for the History of Medicine? Looking for an opportunity to present on the history of women in medicine? Contact Project Archivist Joan Ilacqua at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 432-7393.