News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • February 16, 2014 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Vintage divorce postcards. Photos from 1938 Mardi Gras. A history of sex and chocolate. Hemingway ephemera digitized. A 19th century map of matrimony. 25 historic images of breastfeeding. Sarajevo’s abandoned Olympic sites. Black child savers along the Hudson. Get your wind farm off my historic site. The Nazi plan to weaponize mosquitos. The last jewel of a 20th-century cafeteria empire D’oh! Museum worker sits in and breaks Napoleon’s chair. Abandoned malls remind us that the 1980s are now history. 1,000 bodies found buried underneath old “lunatic asylum.” A history of African-American librarians at the National Library of Medicine.
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If your interested in the history of gender and medicine, check out the Nursing Clio blog. Written by several historians, these excellent articles tie historical scholarship to present-day political, social, and cultural issues surrounding gender and medicine (per mission statement). Here’s today’s post, “Sunday Morning Medicine,” a weekly round-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news. Enjoy!
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