The Medical History Society of New Jersey is finally on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChtdj0eU9qD3aPWk6BbsWig
We now have three presentation videos online (with more to come soon):
Nicole Salomone, "Something in the Coffin is Knocking: Social Implications of Premature Burial in Enlightenment England" (June 2021)
Frank Katz, “Combating Antivivisectionists While Seeking Cures for Disease: The Rockefeller Institute in New Jersey” (November 2020)
Vincent J. Cirillo, "Oil of Turpentine: Sheet Anchor of 19th Century Therapeutics" (December 2020).
See also the June 21, 2021 talk by former MHSNJ president, Dr. Sandra Moss, on the Middletown Township Historical Society website: "Mad Hatters, the Radium Girls, and the Asbestos Hotel: Stories of New Jersey Industrial Toxins." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=494F_2eYvpU
Coming next month: Tuesday, July 20 at 7:00pm Zoom talk. MHSNJ Past President Dr. Michael Nevins will present "Dancing Through Rutgers Medical School, 1826-1828" -- tales of the short-lived (and illegal!) Rutgers Medical School of the 19th century. To register, go to the MHSNJ website events page at https://www.mhsnj.org/ All welcome! (For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
MHSNJ is a member of the League of Historical Societies of New Jersey: https://www.lhsnj.org/ ttps://www.facebook.com/groups/338042729711243/ For more information about events at local historical societies around the state, contact Linda Barth, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on behalf of the Medical History Society of New Jersey, 6/24/2021
Karen Reeds, MHSNJ past president and liaison with the League of Historical Societies of New Jersey.
PS An older MHSNJ-related online talk:
"Old Herbals, New Readers" Karen Reeds, PhD, FLS
29th Annual Louis Faugères Bishop III Lecture (2015), April 9, 2015