Doctoral student of History Molly Nebiolo has recently been published in three blogs:
- “Curing with Communism: Public Health and Medicine in the Hungarian People’s Republic.” Medical and Health Humanities Blog at Columbia University. March 2018.
- Invited Contribution: “The Digital Crossroads of Medicine and the Humanities.” Field Guide (blog), January/February Issue, MediaCommons, 2018. http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/question/can-digital-humanities-change-way-we-study-health-and-practice-medicine-how-do-digital-reco
- “Where Are All the Women: The History, Influence, and Absence of Early Female Doctors.” Medical and Health Humanities Blog at Columbia University, November 2017. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2017/11/05/where-are-all-the-female-doctors/
In addition, Molly has won the NULab seedling grant which she plans to attend the Digital Humanities Summer Institute in June at the University of Victoria.