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Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600
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4.3 stars from 48 ratings
Compelling and insightful
Frank Snowden’s style is a little dry but his explanations are crystal clear and highly insightful. He beautifully merges history, philosophy, art and biology, making a compelling case for the profound impact that epidemics have had on society throughout our past and into the present day.
frontpagemuse via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/02/20
I really enjoyed Snowden's lectures on infectious diseases. Snowden follows the medical practitioners, public health discourses and cultural product ion around high impact diseases like the plague, small pox and TB. If you are interested in how diseases have effected society, public health...Read full review »
malaise69 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/03/17
Thanks yale.
Dr. Kagan via Apple Podcasts · Turkey · 05/12/14
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