Tales from Under Grounds II: Plato, Darwin, Early Medical Practices, and Peaceful Protests

This is the first in a series of four posts, spotlighting the mini-exhibitions of students from USEM 1570: Researching History, Fall 2014. Last semester, I taught USEM 1570: Researching History for the second time. The course gives first-year students the … Continue reading

ABCs of Special Collections: D is for

We are delighted to present to you, the letter: D is for Darwin As a medical student in London, Paul Victorius began collecting rare books and manuscripts, focusing primarily on Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution. Victorius returned to … Continue reading