Sunday Morning Medicine
A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news
- The need for a new bioethics.
- Enjoy this lovely E. coli statue.
- Black women of early Hollywood.
- Maybe Dr. Google is not very good.
- Did Hippocrates invent the first IUD?
- The prostitute whose pox inspired feminists.
- When and why did we start weighing babies?
- The history of baking powder is incredibly dramatic.
- The lesbian seagull that shook up 1970s conservatives.
- A search for the flavor of a beloved childhood medicine.
- Why are women excluded from medical society awards?
- International family-planning activism in the 20th century.
- New Hippocrates document found in remote Egyptian monastery.
- Medieval matters: Game of Thrones and the problem with Dragonstone.
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.