Date: Wednesday 24 June
Time: 5:30pm for 6pm
Venue: Members Room, Mitchell Wing
Cost: $22, $15 (Friends and ANZSHM), $20 (seniors), includes light refreshments.
Havelock Ellis is still known as the most important English sexologist. His Studies in the psychology of sex (1897?1928) is one of the most detailed catalogues of human sexual experience from the 20th century. Ellis's interest was formed in Australia and he studied in the Mitchell Reading Room. This talk will trace views of sexuality Ellis collected in Sydney in the 1870s.
Speaker: Ivan Crozier is a lecturer in the history of psychiatry at the University of Edinburgh.
In association with the Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine, NSW Branch
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