With Professor Dorothy Porter
Tuesday 16 May 2017
5.30-7.30pm at Liverpool Medical Institution & Conference Centre, 114 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5SR
This year’s Frances Ivens annual lecture explores how and why transformations have taken place in the material, cultural and experiential history of Parkinson’s Disease from the time of its first description by James Parkinson as The Shaking Palsy in 1817.
This talk will also focus on the experiences of patients, and examines a range of creatively expressive patients, including Wilhelm von Humboldt, Mervyn Peake, John Betjeman and contemporary artists such as Johanne Vermette.
If you wish to attend the two-course dinner after the lecture, please book via the LMI Admin office: firstname.lastname@example.org (£20 per person)
Visit www.liverpool.ac.uk/history/events/ for more information and to register your place.