Mapping the Brain


Southern California Colloquium in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology
2001-2002 Program: The Social Organization and Cultural Import of Mapping

Saturday, April 6, 2002
NPI/Louis Jolyon West Auditorium, UCLA
Los Angeles, California

  

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About the Colloquium

The Southern California Colloquium in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology is based within the History Department at UCLA and chaired by various members of its faculty. Its goal is to provide a quarterly, one-day event for graduate students and faculty in the region where new and cutting-edge approaches are discussed.

There is no fee for attending this Colloquium, but reservations are required for the lecture program. As in years past, lunch will be provided for all registered participants.

For reservations, driving and parking instructions, please contact the program organizer, Dr. Joel Braslow.

 

Program:  Mapping the Brain

9:30 a.m. Coffee

10:00 The Seat of the Passions: A Brief Historical Map
Diana Barkan
Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology

The Creation of a Conceptual and Technical Space for Brain Mapping, 1980-1992
Anne Beaulieu
Department of Psychology, University of Bath

Hans Berger and the Origins of the EEG
David Millett
UCLA-San Fernando Program in Internal Medicine

Gall's Legacy Revisited
William Bechtel
Department of Philosopy, Washington University


Roundtable Discussion
John Mazziotta
Director, Brain Mapping Center, UCLA

 

Program Organizers

Joel Braslow
Associate Professor, Departments of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences and History;
Director, UCLA Neuroscience History Archives

Alison Winter
Associate Professor, Departments of History, University of Chicago

Marcia L. Meldrum
Lecturer, Department of History;
Co-Director, John C. Liebeskind History of Pain Collection, UCLA

 

Program Sponsors

 

Other Programs in this Colloquium

Maps and the State
October 13, 2001
6275 Bunche Hall
Contact: Mary Terrall

Statistical Maps: The Science of Social Images
February 9, 2002
314 Royce Hall
Contact: Ted Porter



For more information, contact:

Joel Braslow, M.D., Ph.D.
Neuroscience History Archives
Brain Research Institute
University of California, Los Angeles
Box 951761
Los Angeles, California 90095-1761 USA

Voice: (310) 794-2930
Fax: (310) 206-5855

jbraslow@ucla.edu


SCCHSMT Symposium: Mapping the Human Brain (4-6-2002)
http://www.NeuroscienceArchives.org/ucla-scchsmt-mappingthebrain-2002.htm

Last updated 25 March 2002