Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Quand la peste connectait le monde : production et circulation de savoirs microbiologiques entre Brésil, Inde et France (1894-1922), Mardis de l’Histoire Médicale, Université de Strasbourg, 8 June

Christos Lynteris and Jules Skotnes-Brown, Sylvatic Covid Reservoirs? A Warning from History, Historical Perspectives on Covid Symposium, Centre for History in Public Health and History, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 12 May 2021

Christos Lynteris, Bats, Coronavirus & the WHO Report, Coronavirus Multispecies Reading Group, UCLA & Deakin University, 26 April 2021

Christos Lynteris, Plague and Rats Before Bacteriology: Epidemiological Framings of Native Responses in Yunnan and the Indian Himalayas, School of Anthropology and Conservation Seminar, University of Kent, 6 April 2021

Christos Lynteris, Pandemic Imaginary & Epidemic Blame, Coronavirus Multispecies Reading Group, UCLA & Deakin University, 5 April 2021

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Quando a peste e os ratos conectavam o mundo: uma micro-história global da microbiologia e das zoonoses (1890-1950), Casa de Oswaldo Cruz/Fiocruz (Rio de Janeiro), 25 March 2021

Christos Lynteris, Wet and Wild-Animal Markets in China: Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives,  Knowledge Production around COVID-19: Ethics and Impact, Fondation Brocher (Geneva), 25 March 2021

Christos Lynteris, The Great Plague Panzootic: The Third Plague Pandemic Reconsidered, Environments and Ecologies of Transmission Colloquium, The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, 23 March 2021

Jules Skotnes-Brown, Economic Zoology: A Science of Animal Friends and Foes, 1880s-1930s, Nonhuman Heroes and Villains: A Cross Project Conversation, University of St Andrews/Brunel University of London/Czech Academy of Sciences, 4 March 2021

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Symbol of Modernity or Proof of Archaism? The Ambiguity and Political Uses of Rat-Catching in Brazil (1900-1914), Nonhuman Heroes and Villains: A Cross Project Conversation, University of St Andrews/Brunel University of London/Czech Academy of Sciences, 4 March 2021

Christos Lynteris, Ethnography for Pandemic Response: Prospects, Challenges and Limitations, Dangerous Liaisons: Emerging Viruses at the Human, Animal and Environmental Interface Workshop, Hong Kong University – Pasteur Research Pole, 25 February 2021


Christos Lynteris, The Global War Against the Rat and the Epistemic Emergence of Zoonosis,  L’Animal à l’Anthropocène Conference, CNRS/ Institut écologie et environnement, 11 December 2020

Jules Skotnes-Brown Rats, Race, and Rubbish: Bubonic Plague in Port Elizabeth, 1938,  African History Research Seminar, School of History, Universität Basel, 9 December 2020

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, La guerre aux rats : recherches sur la transmission de la peste et circulation de pratiques sanitaires entre Inde, Brésil et France (1894-1920), Séminaire « Santé, frontières et territoires : histoire des savoirs, XIXe -XXIe  siècle », Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris), 16 December 2020

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Races, environments, and civilizations: the limits of universal microbiology during the plague pandemic in Brazil and in India (1894-1922), Centre for Amerindian and Latin American Studies Seminar Series 2020: Race and Racism in Latin America, University of St Andrews and University of Oxford, 25 November 2020

Christos Lynteris, ‘Pandemics, Past and Present’ panel event, Edinburgh Centre for Global History Centre and History of Medicine, Science, and Technology and Centre for the Study of Modern and Contemporary History seminars, University of Edinburgh, 10 November 2020

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Multi-Species Encounters in Our Everyday Lives, St Andrews Anthropology Society Webinar, University of St Andrews, 21 October 2020

Jules Skotnes-Brown Bubonic Plague and the Balance of Nature: the multispecies war on rats in the South African veld, 1920s-30s, Department of Social Anthropology Seminar, The University of St Andrews2 October 2020

Christos Lynteris, Public Health History & COVID-19, COVIDCalls, 8 September 2020

Christos Lynteris, COVID-19 as Pandemic Mystery, ASA2020: How to Live Through A Pandemic, Association of Social Anthropologists (UK & Commonwealth), 27 August 2020

Christos Lynteris, COVID-19, China and “Unprecedented” Epidemic Control Measures, Why Wuhan? Why China? workshop, Centre for Geopolitics, The University of Cambridge, 8 May 2020

Christos Lynteris,  Coronavirus, Zoonoses and Sinophobia, Zoonoses, epidemics and social approaches to public health panel, Distribute 2020, 8 May 2020

Christos Lynteris, The Epistemological, Political and Aesthetic Emergence of Pandemics, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, Seminar, 31 March 2020

Christos Lynteris, What Can We Learn from History? Didactic historicism and the historical consciousness of epidemics, The Wellcome Trust, UK, Catalyst talk, Wellcome Trust/ British Academy Pandemic Workshop, 20 January 2020


Christos Lynteris, Rats and the Global History of Maritime Fumigation, Centre for Maritime Historical Studies & Centre for Medical History, The University of Exeter, UK, Seminar, 23 October 2019