Re: Teaching Blog #2: Writing Eugenics into a Survey Course: A First-Time Instructor Reflects

Glad to hear you're using the film The Black Stork. If your students are confused by it, you might have them read 3 short encyclopedia entries I wrote that might help:
“Eugenics,” “Haiselden, Harry,” and “Black Stork,” in Encyclopedia of American Disability History, ed. Susan Burch (NY: Facts on File, 2009), pp. 114-15, 333-37, and 418-19..
Of course chapters from my book The Black Stork would be a good follow-up.
Martin Pernick

New Book on the original Durex Company

Dear H-Business members

List members may be interested to know that the first comprehensive history of the original Durex condom company has been published. This book has applications across modern and contemporary history in the context of the 20thC, British industry and foreign competition, society and economics, society and culture, mass media and PR, drug development and gender, history of sexuality, and the history of London and immigration.

Please do consider this book for course adoption!

New book on the history of the Durex Company

***with apologies for cross-posting***

Dear H-Histsex

List members may be interested to know that the first comprehensive history of the original Durex condom company has been published. This book has applications across modern and contemporary history in the context of the 20thC, British industry and foreign competition, society and economics, society and culture, mass media and PR, drug development and gender, history of sexuality, and the history of London and London immigration. Please do consider this book for course adoption!

New book on the history of Durex condoms

***with apologies for cross-posting***

 

Dear H-Rhetor

List members may be interested to know that the first comprehensive history of the original Durex company has been published. This book has applications across modern and contemporary history in the context of the 20thC, British industry and foreign competition, society and economics, society and culture, mass media and PR, drug development and gender, history of sexuality, and the history of London and immigration.

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