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The Collective Architecture and Design Response to Covid-19 Web Archive is an initiative developed by librarians at Harvard and Yale Universities, and the University of Pennsylvania, under the auspices of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation.
The Deutsches Hygiene Museum is an open forum for discussion, open to everyone who is interested in the cultural, social and scientific revolutions taking place in our society at the beginning of the 21st century.
The mission of the Foundation for Art & Healing is to use its position as a “bridge” to create and expand general awareness about art and healing, to bring forward through research and related explorations critical knowledge about art and healing and the relationship between them, and to help make this knowledge available at the individual and community level.
Blog includes advertisements for activities at the museum as well as posts on the history of learning disability, the work of Dr. John Langdon Down, the Normansfield Hospital, and reflections of former hospital employees.
Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST) is a nonprofit organization that serves the global network of distinguished scholars, artists, scientists, researchers and thinkers through our programs, which focus on interdisciplinary work, creative output and innovation.
A remarkable collection of Eckstein's photographs - taken in some of the most impoverished regions of 1930s Turkey. Covering the period from 1935-39, the Eckstein Albums document a medical survey of maternal fertility and infant mortality in a country that had only come into being just over a decade earlier, following the Ottoman Empire's defeat in the First World War.
This site wants to gather the ancient structure of agora, the Greek word indicating the square where experts and common citizens can meet to exchange thoughts, experiences, and project on Narrative Medicine.