The LSHTM Contemporary Arts Programme
The LSHTM Archive recently catalogued and made available to researchers papers relating to the LSHTM Contemporary Arts Programme. The collection consists of material relating to commissioned artworks and exhibitions that took place at the School between 2000-2005.
Tony Fletcher, who has been at the…
The LSHTM Archive recently catalogued and made available to researchers the papers of William Brass (1921 – 1999).
William Brass was a demographer, meaning that he undertook statistical research of human populations. Throughout his career he developed indirect methods for estimating mortality and fertility in populations lacking comprehensive registrations of births…
International Women’s Day is a great chance to remind ourselves of just some of the women who have studied and taught at LSHTM over the years.
As part of our commitment to decolonisation at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, we’ve been reviewing the language used in our archival catalogue. We found many examples of outdated language, such as colonial place names. Archival documentation is an interpretive act which takes place within a…