News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • September 16, 2018 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Slavery and fashion. Good animals, bad humans? Why do we pledge allegiance? How art embraced nakedness. The poetry of Victorian science. Victorians and their magic lanterns. When slavery is erased from plantations. Why don’t more boys read Little Women? “The Yellow Wallpaper” and women’s pain. Did New York City botch the 1918 flu response? This museum doesn’t want Instagram or crowds. The history of the adolescent woman’s bedroom. How survivors of Stalinism created a new cuisine. Visual representation of the police in the 19th century. Take down monuments to Native American oppression. The dilemma of photography at traumatic heritage sites. Slavery, family separation, and the ransom case of John Weems. Culture in the colonial classroom: a failed attempt at assimilation.