News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • September 21, 2014 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Snuff: a history. A community erased. History of sexuality 101. A history of the migraine. The Union’s fake Canadians. The dawn of modern anesthesia. Wealthy folks who don’t vaccinate. The Civil War’s most famous clown. Advertising and the nervous mother. The origin story of Wonder Woman. $100,000 reward for missing “Jennies.“ When phone operators were teenage boys. New study sheds light on transgender teens. Gay activists and coal miners: an unlikely alliance. The California revolutionaries who inspired Gandhi and MLK. Slavery, public history, memory, and an African burying ground.
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Hello again to my faithful old readers and new followers alike. Yesterday I introduced you to the blog Stillness of Heart blog and the author, Fernando Ortiz Jr. for his recommended reading picks as well as I’m hoping you peruse his historical essays. Today I’d like to share Nursing Clio and some recommended reading that the contributors of this blog have posted. This is an invaluable site for information. In particular I enjoyed and would like to recommend the article called, “The Origin Story of Wonder Woman”.
I’d also like to extend my sincere thanks to all of the Clio contributors for your diverse and informative work(s). 🙂