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This special episode combines all the stories from Season 4...
“'Do you Bant?' Diet and Deafness in Victorian England" - Dr. Jaipreet Virdi, Assistant Professor, Department of History at the University of Delaware
"Black Women’s Exercise at Greater Bethel Gymnasium" - Dr. Ava Purkiss, Assistant Professor of American Culture and Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Michigan
"Menopause and the Mongols" - Dr. Susan P. Mattern, Distinguished Research Professor, Department of History at the University of Georgia
"Stephen Ricks and Childhood in the Antebellum North" - Dr. Crystal Lynn Webster, Assistant Professor, History Department at the University of Texas at San Antonio
"Diabetes, Science, and Race in the Early Twentieth Century" - Dr. Arleen Marcia Tuchman, Nelson O. Tyrone Jr. Chair and Professor of History, Vanderbilt University
"Finding Lu Gwei-djen in the Archive of Chinese Medical Science" - Dr. Lan A. Li, Assistant Professor, Department of History at Rice University
"Renaissance Women as Frontline Healers" - Dr. Sharon T. Strocchia, Professor of History, Emory University
"Intimate Exchanges and Public Health in Colonial Mexico" - Dr. Paul Ramírez, Associate Professor, Department of History at Northwestern University
"The History of Nursing in the Context of COVID-19" - Dr. Barbra Mann Wall, Thomas A. Saunders III Professor and Director of the Eleanor Crowder Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, University of Virginia School of Nursing