Sunday Morning Medicine
A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news
- Toppling Columbus.
- When plague is not a metaphor.
- What Black nature might look like.
- Protesting police violence, a playlist.
- The world’s most historic ghost towns.
- The first gay magazine in the United States.
- Sierra Club grapples with John Muir’s racism.
- A brief history of Mexican horror comic books.
- Why did outhouses have crescent moon doors?
- The very queer history of the suffrage movement.
- Would you like to smell like a 19th-century queen?
- Health activism and the legacy of the Young Lords.
- Viking Age smallpox complicates story of viral evolution.
- Traveling through Spain as it grapples with its fascist past.
- Penn museum to remove skull collection of enslaved people.
- Civil War vaccination kits yield clues to how smallpox was defeated.
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.