Sunday Morning Medicine
A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news
- A modern girl’s guide to historical living.
- How the military gave us Cheetos and deli meat.
- A historian cooks a meal from a 1796 cookbook.
- On the problem of being charming in 1920s Britain.
- The freaks and fascinations of 18th-century entertainment.
- Want to flirt in the 19th century? You’ll need a card for that.
- The entertaining saga of the worst crook in Colonial America.
- The history lesson that the American Psychological Association forgot.
- How paper dolls and ready-to-wear brought flapper fashion to the masses.
- How the rest of the world learns about the American Revolution in school.
- Aliens, immigration, and religion: the story of Britain’s first Jewish hospital.
- Children’s games in the 17th century included “the game of fart in the face”?
Jacqueline Antonovich is the creator and co-founder of Nursing Clio and served as executive editor from 2012 to 2021. She is an Assistant Professor of History at Muhlenberg College. Her current research focuses on women physicians, race, gender, and medical imperialism in the American West. Jacqueline received her PhD from the University of Michigan in 2018.