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From the Malacology collection, one of the largest in the world. Image courtesy of The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University/Corbis.

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April 17, 2014

James Flowers (Johns Hopkins)

Stone Gorge Lee: An unorthodox healer connecting the heart/mind with the cosmos in Colonial period Korea

Johns Hopkins University

April 17, 2014

Alex Csiszar, Harvard University

The Invention of Peer Review

Chemical Heritage Foundation

April 21, 2014

Christopher Hamlin, University of Notre Dame

Dracula, Malaria, Cachexia:  Rethinking the security of the self, c. 1900

University of Pennsylvania Department of History and Sociology of Science

April 21, 2014

Laurence Totelin, Cardiff University

Ethnic and Hybrid Vegetables: Reading Greek and Roman Botanical Texts with a Historian’s Eye

Program in the Ancient World, Program in History of Science and the Department of Classics, Princeton University

April 23, 2014

Richard John, Columbia University

Telegraphs for the 1 Percent, Telephones for the People: How America Became a Network Nation

Hagley Museum and Library

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