Sat, 2 April 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm

Our renowned lecture series is back! Featuring world-class speakers exploring the topics that have dominated public debate, get your tickets now and join us on site or online!

What’s going on in there? Get your heart pumping with the final lecture of our insights lecture series on anatomy! For this one we’re focusing on the 18th to early 19th century exploration and development of the anatomy through Scottish doctors John Hunter and Matthew Baillie’s work.

10:00am – Susan Standring: “Why not try the experiment?” The Life of John Hunter. 

11:00am – Richard Bellis: Making the First Images of Morbid Anatomy: Disease, Art and Printing Technologies in the Work of Matthew Baillie (1761-1823).

Online tickets, on-site tickets, and full lecture series tickets available – ticket prices vary. A ticket for this event provides admission for both lectures. 

Type of event: Event , Online Lecture