The 12th annual meeting of the International Society for the History of the Neurosciences is coming to the University of California at Los Angeles June 19-23.
Some of the more interesting talks for historians of psychology will include:
- “Why you shouldn’t let your students write your obituary: the case of Johannes MÃ¼ller” by Laura Otis
- “On the history of vision, optics, and the neurosciences” by Nicholas J. Wade
- “Charlton Bastian and Hughlings Jackson: four language centers or none?” by Victor W. Henderson
- “Determining the distinction between language and thought through medico-legal considerations of aphasia in the late 19th century” by Marjorie Lorch & Paula Hellal
- “‘Induced nervous sleep or experimental hypnotism’: an unpublished text from Dr. Manuel Martinez Solirzano (Mexico, 1889)” by Cesar Campos-Farfan & Ruben Bicio
Go here for the full programs and registration details.