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The History Of Pandemics (Repeat)
January 14, 2021
The coronavirus is new to us, but the massive impact plagues and pandemics can have on our society is not. Today we explore the history of pandemics with experts in history and the humanities. What can we learn from pandemics of the past? How much can modern medicine and technology help us, and in what ways are we still vulnerable?
We also talk about an initiative from the Indiana Historical Society to document how COVID-19 is affecting Hoosiers today.
Originally aired April 28, 2020.
Produced by Maggie Gelon.
Professor Emerita of History, Indiana University
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Ball State University
President and CEO, Indiana Historical Society