By Mark Harrison ~ Originally published in Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine, 2011. In 1870–71 the Prussian war machine tore through France with ruthless
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Richard Tait, PhD, who shares his research on a rare incunable in the National Library of Medicine’s collection. Dr. Tait
By Krista Stracka ~ A few remarks upon Cicada septendecim will doubtless prove of interest now that the species has been occupying so much attention.
June 1 marked the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Recently, National Library of Medicine (NLM) archivist John Rees fielded a reference email
Allison Hill-Edgar, MD, MFA will speak on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at 2:00 PM ET. This program will be live-streamed globally, and archived, by NIH
Welcome to a virtual tour of the historical collections of the National Library of Medicine. Today we are featuring collections about mental health.
By Margaret Kaiser ~ The National Library of Medicine recently acquired a rare manuscript related to the Ancient Greek physician Galen. It is an Articella—a
By Brianna Chatmon ~ I wasn’t surprised when I learned that some of the world’s oldest leather-bound manuscripts housed at The Nag Hammadi Library and
Circulating Now welcomes guest bloggers E. Thomas Ewing, Jessica Brabble, Ariel Ludwig, Linsey C. Marr, Katherine Randall to discuss their historical research around the reality
By Sarah Eilers ~ Last week I presented (Zooming, of course) at the “Films of State: Moving Images Made by Governments” conference, cosponsored by the