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Abstracts/Registration Open: Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting

An initiative of the Zombified Podcast. Content created at this conference will be featured in future podcast episodes:

 

Have you been zombified by sex and/or tech? Hear from the amazing interdisciplinary speakers, be a part of art-science streaming, experience zombie films with commentary from expert brains, and more at the Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting, Oct 15-18, 2020. All from the comfort of wherever you are riding out the apocalypse.

Breaking History Podcast: Conversations with Dr. Cameron Blevins and Dr. Laura Frader

The Northeastern University History Graduate Student Association has published two new episodes of the Breaking History podcast: conversations with professors Cameron Blevins and Laura Frader. Enjoy! - Adam Tomasi, second-year PhD student in history at Northeastern, podcast director


https://soundcloud.com/user-526344395/episode-37-cameron-blevins

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Announcing the Launch of Perspectives from the Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine

The Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine is happy to introduce Perspectives, a new library of podcasts, videos, and essays, along with resources for further learning and opportunities to engage in ongoing conversations. Accessible through the Consortium's website, Perspectives provides discussions with leading scholars, interviews with recent authors, and archival highlights from renowned collections. 

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H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-Podcast: 24 February - 2 March 2020

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