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From postcard to book cover: illustrating connections between medical history and digital humanities
This article illustrates the value and impact of collaboration among scholars, archivists, and librarians working across universities and government institutions, and how changes in medium-from a born-physical photograph ...
La Grippe or Russian Influenza: Mortality Statistics During the 1890 Epidemic in Indiana
Background The Russian influenza, which began in late 1889, has long been recognized as a major global epidemic yet available statistical evidence for morbidity and mortality has not been fully examined using historical ...
A Stalinist Celebrity Teacher: Gender, Professional, and Political Identities in Soviet Culture of the 1930s
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2004)
Should Women Vote?
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2008)
History Practice: Using Cartoons to Teach the Suffrage Campaign in European History
Understanding the Role of Medical Experts during a Public Health Crisis: Digital Tools and Library Resources for Research on the 1918 Spanish Influenza
Humanities scholars, particularly historians of health and disease, can benefit from digitized library collections and tools such as topic modeling. Using a case study from the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, this paper explores ...