Here are some of the stories, conferences, calls for papers, and other nifty things that have come across our desks and Twitter feed here at the MHL recently…
- The Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library at Columbia University is hosting a lecture on the Image of Modern Medicine by John Harley Warner from the Yale University School of Medicine.
- The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene presents the Herman Zaiman collection of over 2,000 pictorial representations of parasites and the diseases they cause on their website.
- History SPOT, an online learning and training platform for historians, offers free online training in using digital tools, as well as a blog with posts highlighting live streams — like a recent discussion on Cuban women and America — as well as digital humanities tools.
- If you’ve written a historical piece you don’t quite know what to do with, check out The Appendix, a journal of “narrative and experimental history.”
- Harvard University Libraries have some newly digitized books on phrenology available online.
- The 21st Century Science Conference on Health, Agency and Wellbeing, held in 2013 in Sydney, Australia, is looking for papers.
- The 51st edition of the Giant’s Shoulders blog carnival is up!
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