Pandemic Disease in the Iberian Peninsula from the Middle Ages through the Present
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Select the lectures you would like to attend. All lectures will take place on Zoom from 5-6:15pm EST/EDT.
January 26. Justin Stearns. Religion, Contagion, and Plague in the Premodern Islamicate World
February 7. Efraim Lev. Arabic Medicine and Pharmacology in Medieval Societies.
February 14. Monica Green. On the Edge of a Pandemic World.
POSTPONED. March 28. Martha Few. Epidemics, Maya Communities, and Public Health in the Covid-19 Era: Views from Smallpox Inoculation Campaigns in Colonial Guatemala
April 11. Christopher Rose. Rethinking the Spanish Flu in the Time of COVID-19
April 20. Louie Valencia-García. Madrid Kills Me: Sites of Resistance During the HIV/AIDS Crisis
NEW DATE: April 27. Martha Few. Epidemics, Maya Communities, and Public Health in the Covid-19 Era: Views from Smallpox Inoculation Campaigns in Colonial Guatemala
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