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Why Can’t a Woman Think Like a Man? Gender and the History of Medicine
This talk by Dr. Levine-Clark examines some of the central historical ideas about femininity and masculinity in Western science. It then will explore how these ideas influenced medical practice, focusing on women’s struggles with the institutionalization and professionalization of medicine. Marjorie Levine-Clark is professor of history and associate dean of diversity, outreach, and initiatives in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver. She has written two books, Beyond the Reproductive Body: The Politics of Women’s Health and Work in Early Victorian England (2004), and Unemployment, Welfare, and Masculine Citizenship: “So Much Honest Poverty” in Britain, 1870-1930 (2015), and published widely in academic journals on gender, health, poverty, and welfare. Her current project examines unemployment and health from the 1830s to the 1980s in Britain. Doors open at 6:30, program begins at 7:00 pm.

Secular Hub

3100 Downing #C · Denver, CO

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The Secular Hub is a non-profit community center located at 3100 Downing Street, Unit C, Denver, CO 80205. The Secular Hub is a Colorado State chapter of the American Humanist Association ( We are a membership club with the charter to provide a sense of community to secular people, uphold church/state separation, organize community service events, and provide personal growth through lectures and speakers on science, reason, and Humanism. We provide a meeting space for all other secular groups across the Front Range and are available for rent for any event like weddings, memorial services, etc. For more information, go to on the web and on Facebook. The Secular Hub welcomes people who identify as secular, Humanists, atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, non-theists, etc.

Note: Membership to this meetup is open to all, however Secular Hub sponsored events are only available to Secular Hub members who are current on their membership. Those who sign up on the Meetup but have not paid their annual dues are known as "fans" of the Secular Hub.

Membership Criteria while at the Secular Hub:

All members commit to honor the separation of church and state in American governance.

All members commit to not promoting belief in deities or other supernatural entities.

All members commit to conducting themselves with a sense of decorum and goodwill, and agree to not intentionally create ill feelings or animosity among fellow members.

* The Secular Hub reserves the right to revoke membership at any time if the actions of a member or group detracts from the happiness and general well-being of other members.

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