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Nursing Clio Blog

Nursing Clio Blog

 

Nursing Clio is an open access, peer-reviewed, collaborative blog project that ties historical scholarship to present-day issues related to gender and medicine. Men’s and women’s bodies, their reproductive rights, and their healthcare are often at the center of social, cultural, and political debates. Our tagline – The Personal is Historical – is meant to convey that the issues that dominate today’s headlines are, in fact, ongoing dialogues that reach far back into our country’s past.

 

 


The Daily Dose

The Daily Dose

 

The Daily Dose invites guest posts from researchers and provides features and round tables from museum and library collections. The Fiction Reboot and the Daily Dose is a combined blog that promotes the medical humanities and intersections between self and story. Our mission: promote authors (fiction and non-fiction) and share perspectives about narrative, medicine, history, anthropology and sociology across cultures and disciplines.  We seek to engage those working at the intersection, intrepid souls adding to our shared knowledge of what it means to be human.

 

 


The Fiction Reboot

The Fiction Reboot

 

The Fiction Reboot features new fiction work, author interviews, and book launches. The Fiction Reboot and the Daily Dose is a combined blog that promotes the medical humanities and intersections between self and story. Our mission: promote authors (fiction and non-fiction) and share perspectives about narrative, medicine, history, anthropology and sociology across cultures and disciplines.  We seek to engage those working at the intersection, intrepid souls adding to our shared knowledge of what it means to be human.

 

 


The Embodiment Weekly

The Embodiment Weekly

 

Embodiment happens when our experiences ‘get under our skins’ and shape human anatomy & physiology over the course of our lives. Embodiment theory is relevant to many areas, including anthropology, epigenetics, biophysics, neuroscience, embodied cognition, linguistics, and studies of health and healing. The Embodiment Weekly curates current research across fields to highlight the significance of this process in the creation of humans as biocultural beings.

 

 

 


The Panacea Blog

Panacea Blog

 

What do you do with a bezoar?  What did Shakespeare think of surgery?  Was a hackney coach a better way to travel than by horse?  From cure-alls to the experience of disease to corrupt medical practitioners, Panacea explores the – often wonderfully bizarre – medical and social history of early modern England.  Samantha Sandassie is a PhD candidate and university instructor at Queen’s University.  She specializes in the history of surgery during the long seventeenth century through the intersection of print and institutional history.  Acknowledging that we all have health, Sam’s mission is to share the stories of early modern people – how they lived within, and coped with, their changing world – to hopefully make the past a bit less incommensurable than it so often seems.  You can follow her on Twitter @medhistorian or contact her at ssandassie@medhistorian.com.

 


 


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