2015 Devaux Lecture

"Conflict Resolution in Classical Athens: The Oresteia ," Edith Hall, a professor of classics at King’s College London. Hall has held posts at Cambridge, Oxford, Durham and London universities, published 20 books and appears regularly on BBC Radio. The focus of her teaching includes courses in Alexandrian literature, Greek theatre and Aeschylus.

For more information, contact: J. Rich  706-542-3918


Stephen Berry: "CSI Dixie: Medical Science and Death Investigation in the 19th Century South"

This is a Throwback Therapies: History of Medical Science Series Lecture by Dr. Stephen Berry, Gregory Professor of the Civil War Era and co-founder of the Center for Virtual History at UGA.

The lecture focuses on the increasing role of medical science in establishing precise causes of death in the 19th-century U. S., which in turn created a more precise and robust understanding of public health. The data is drawn from two sources—the South's county coroners' office records, 1800-1900 and the federal Mortality Censuses, which began in 1850 and ended in 1890.


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