Call for Papers: Contemporary Drug Problems Conference

Contemporary Drug Problems have issued a call for papers for their sixth conference on the theme of ‘Embracing trouble: New ways of being, doing and knowing’. The 2023 conference seeks submissions for presentations that engage with and trouble our own methods, tools and practices in alcohol and other drug research.

The conference will be hosted in Paris on September 6-8, 2023. Further details of the conference, including venue, registration fees and information about keynotes are forthcoming. You can also read more about previous conferences at the journal website.

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Call for Papers: ‘Reckoning and Re-Imagining Health Histories’ CSHM & CAHN Joint Conference

The words "congress 2023" above the words "of the humanities and social sciences, Reckonings and Re-Imaginings" with an image of a strawberry plant growing out of two open hands.

The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine and the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing are seeking papers and panel proposals that “reckon with the segmentation of nursing history/medical history/health history and seek to broaden our reach and re-imagine the direction of our fields” for their 2023 joint conference. They welcome proposals from a diversity of geographical areas and time frames.

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Call for Papers: ‘Regulating Reproduction in the History of Pharmaceuticals and Drugs’

History of Pharmacy and Pharmaceuticals, the official journal of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (AIHP), is pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue: “Regulating Reproduction in the History of Pharmaceuticals and Drugs.” Guest editors for the special issue will be Dr. Kelly O’Donnell of Yale University and Dr. Lauren MacIvor Thompson of Kennesaw State University.

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CFP ADHS 2022—”Rethinking Alcohol and Drugs: Global Transformations / Local Practices in History”

The Alcohol and Drugs History Society is pleased to release its call for papers for the 2022 biennial ADHS conference, currently scheduled for June 15–17 in Mexico City. The 2022 conference theme will be “Rethinking Alcohol and Drugs: Global Transformations / Local Practices in History.”

The conference will be a collaboration between the ADHS and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México-Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales (IIS-UNAM). ADHS hopes that this conference will be an in-person event, but please stayed tuned for more details in early 2022.

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José María Obregón, El descubrimiento del pulque, 1869. Image courtesy of Wikimedia.

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