Roundup for 11/16
Some history of medicine related links today:
The National Museum of Health and Medicine is a great medical history organization that’s been assiduously doing DIY digitization and putting materials up at the Internet Archive, Flickr and their blog. They post a letter from their collections every day, and recently had an interesting exchange trying to puzzle out a patient ‘s sudden muscular atrophy and “prevention of marriage” (that’s 4 links in that sentence). Historical diagnosis is tough–thanks for doing your work in public.
In other news:
Cliopatria award nominations are open! Nominate your favorite history blogs.