Sunday Morning Medicine
A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news
- A handy guide to vampires.
- How thrift stores were born.
- Queer digging in the archives.
- Taking photographs of the dead.
- Healthy hogs for a healthy nation.
- The gay architects of classic rock.
- Not having sex in the Victorian era.
- Children in burns prevention campaigns.
- The artist shedding light on the history of girls in juvie.
- Thank this man for your last-minute Halloween costume.
- The real roots of early city states may rip up the textbooks.
- Our unhealthy obsession with beautiful mentally ill women.
- The 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic.
- Harvard digitizes 450,000 pages of its collections on colonial life.
- Help the University of Michigan identify subjects in rare Great Depression photos.
- Talking corpses and demon possessions more credible than a woman’s testimony.
- The Smithsonian’s hip-hop and rap anthology will be an artist/academic collaboration.
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.