Daily Archives: April 5, 2020

Is Karen A Slur, Or, The Continuing Problems Of Incivility In Identity Politics

One of the bad things about being isolated from real human beings is that one has more time to see people online.  As is frequently the case, people are not at their best when communicating on social media, and today’s … Continue reading

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Article Review: Vol. 26: China: Hong Kong: Plague Rats

One of the more fascinating contemporary reads of medical literature does not take very long to read.  If you look up on JSTOR articles relating to the plague you will find a great many cases where monthly medical journals discussed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Plague

Plague, by Lizabeth Hardman A book like this is fascinating if you read between the lines.  The author, in a rather short book of less than 100 pages, manages to discuss a few areas of great interest to any student … Continue reading

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Book Review: Inaugural Address Delivered At The Opening Of The International Plague Conference (1911)

Inaugural Address Delivered At The Opening Of The International Plague Conference, written by Wu Lien Teh How long does it take public health officials in China to pat themselves on the back about how they have successfully addressed a pandemic … Continue reading

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