People's History of the NHS


Cultural Histories of National Health Care

September 18, 2018
University of Warwick

From 18-19th September, our team is hosting an academic conference around Cultural Histories of National Health Care, and in particular looking to place our work in broader contexts of modern British studies.  We have planned panels on everydayness, material culture, memorialisation, the post-war settlement, and political cultures.  This is an event with limited space, however to make further inquiries please email

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