EAMHMS 2010

Here are links to all the abstracts and videos from the EAMHMS conference “Contemporary medical science and technology as a challenge to museums”, held at Medical Museion 16-18 September 2010. The videos can also be accessed through Medical Museion’s Youtube channel.

Anker, Suzanne: Inside/Out: Fetal Specimens through a 21st Century lens.

Arnold, Ken & Söderqvist, Thomas: Museum Dogma 2010: A manifesto for making science, technology and medicine exhibitions.

Atkinson, Wendy & Mornex, René: A Major Health Museum in Lyon.

Au, Yin Chung: Seeing is communicating: possible roles of Med-Art in communicating contemporary scientific process with the general public in digital age.

Bencard, Adam: Being molecular.

Birchall, Danny: ‘Medical London’, Flickr, and the photography of everyday medicine.

Casini, Silvia: Curating the Biomedical Archive-fever.

Chelnik, Judy M.: The Challenges of Collecting Contemporary Medical Science and Technology at the Smithsonian Institution.

Cooter, Roger & Stein, Claudia: Visual Things and Universal Meanings: Aids Posters, the Politics of Globalization, and History.

Czegledy, Nina: At the intersection of Art and Medicine.

Durant, John R.: Preserving the Material Culture of Contemporary Life Science and Technology .

Ebenstein, Joanna: The Private, Curious, and Niche Collection: What They can Teach Us About Exhibiting New Medicine.

Edmonson, James M.: Collection plan for endoscopy, documenting the period 1996-2011.

Garretts, Jim: Bringing William Astbury into the 21st Century – the Thackray Museum and the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology in partnership.

Höög, Victoria: The Optic Invasion of the Body. Epistemic Approaches to Current Biomedical Images.

Ingham, Karen: Medicine, Materiality and Museology: collaborations between art, medicine and the museum space.

Kondratas, Ramunas: The use of new media in medical history museums.

Lyons, Lucy: What am I looking at?

Martensen, Robert: Integrating the Physical and Virtual in Exhibitions, Archives, and Historical Research

Mason, Stella: Medical museums, contemporary medicine and the casual visitor.

Nexø, Sniff Andersen: Showing fetal realities: Visibility, display, performance.

Olsén, Jan-Eric: The portable clinic: healthcare gadgets for home use.

Sawchuk, Kim: Biotourism and Biomediation.

Schnalke, Thomas: Dissolving matters. The end of all medical museums’ games?

Skydgaard, Morten A.: The exhibition The incomplete Child: Boundaries of the Body and the Guest

Thomas, Yves & Cuenca, Catherine: Multimedia contributions to contemporary medical museology

Treimo, Henrik: Invisible World

Tyrrell, Alex: New voices: what can co-curation bring to a contemporary medical gallery?

Veis, Nurin: How do we tell the story of the cochlear implant?

Åsberg, Kerstin Hulter: Uppsala Biomedical Center: A Mirror of Modern Biomedical History – How can it be displayed

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Adam Bencard: Being molecular