In case you missed any of the amazing guest speakers who participated in the Fall 2023 John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Fall Lecture Series, here is a list of links to the materials from each lecture:
- October 3: IU's Jim Brokaw presented “Beneath the Scalpel: Exploring the Dark Chapters in the History of Body Procurement”
- The recording of the talk can be viewed in IU Media Collections Online: https://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/media/692t156n7d
- Presentation slides are available in IUPUI ScholarWorks: https://hdl.handle.net/1805/36144
- September 28: Michelle Daniel Jones and IUI Medical Humanities and Health Studies professor Elizabeth A Nelson presented "Medicine, Sexuality, and Indiana Women’s Prison History"
- Their new book, Who Would Believe a Prisoner? Indiana Women’s Carceral Institutions, 1848-1920 (The New Press, 2023) is available now.
- September 22: Chris Flook presented: “A Famine of Cadavers: Indianapolis Graverobbing in 1902”
- The recording of the talk can be viewed in IU Media Collections Online: https://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/media/237h73x38q
- Presentation slides are available in IUPUI ScholarWorks: https://hdl.handle.net/1805/35764
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