By Christopher J. Phillips ~ Through the pioneering work of historian Harry Marks and others over the past three decades, we’ve come to know a
An interview with Kelly O’Donnell PhD on her NLM History Talk and her research on mid-20th century women’s auxiliary organizations in medicine.
By Jessica L. Adler ~ While undertaking research for a book on the history of medical care in U.S. carceral facilities, I’ve been searching archives
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Winston Black, PhD, from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada, to share his research on the oldest European
An interview with Matthew Stibbe, PhD on his NLM History Talk and his research on internment during the First World War.
By Michael Kronenfeld and Jennie J. Kronenfeld ~ In 1901 United States Senate created the Senate Park Commission to develop the National Mall into the
An interview with Allison Hill-Edgar, MD, MFA on her NLM History Talk and her work related to connections between early anatomical works and contemporary medical practice.
By Tom Quick ~ The world can change unexpectedly in times of crisis. This story begins, like so many histories of medicine, with an illness.
By Sara Farhan ~ The Fourth Annual Middle East Medical Assembly (MEMA), hosted by the American University of Beirut, took place in Lebanon in April
By Michael Kronenfeld and Jennie J. Kronenfeld ~ People familiar with the National Library Medicine (NLM) may not be aware of its long history and