Palace Green Library Events
Reading the human body: wounds, bones and medical knowledge in the 17th century
Free - booking required
Danielle Westerhof, Rare Books Librarian (Bamburgh Library), Culture Durham
Kirsty McCarrison, Learning and Engagement Officer, Culture Durham
Explore the level of medical knowledge in the 17th century with books from our collections and get hands on with bone casts as we explore holes in the head, diseases, injuries and more.
Throughout the course of the exhibition, specialist staff from across Culture Durham and the wider university will dig deep in to Palace Green Library’s archives and special collections to bring 17th century Durham to life. Starting on 18th June, sessions will run through to 24th September.
Tickets are free for this event, but booking is required via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reading-the-human-body-wounds-bones-and-medical-knowledge-in-the-17th-century-tickets-46146991895.
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