Why I chose the Slow Game, and how that’s working out for me

I should really write blog posts more than once a year. I’ll put that on my ever-expanding list of goals for 2020. This is me checking in after 18 months or so in corporate America. What a strange, challenging, fascinating journey it’s been. I decided to take the plunge after hanging out around the office … More Why I chose the Slow Game, and how that’s working out for me

The Transition

I graduated from a History of Science program in May of 2018 and have been serving as an intern in the human resources department of a relatively large and well-known industrial construction company. Talk about contrast. I have been forced through exposure and an increasingly intense desire to get out of my parents’ house to … More The Transition

Science and the Construction of Health in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1879-1906

It is done, and it is online for anyone to read! The late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries saw a crisis in therapeutics as scientific developments overturned the theoretical underpinnings of humoral medicine, leaving room for lively and pluralistic discourses of health and healing. This thesis examines the controversies surrounding therapeutics in late nineteenth-century America through … More Science and the Construction of Health in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1879-1906

I can’t remember where I found this, but it’s one of my favorite images. I remember the caption being something about medical students goofing around in anatomy class, and I believe it’s late 19th to early 20th century in origin. If anyone knows where this came from, please let me know!!