How Epidemics And Pandemics Have Changed HistoryHistorians in the News
tags: Disease, podcast, pandemic, medical history
Human history is usually understood through wars, economic changes, technological development or great leaders. What’s frequently overlooked is the role of infectious disease epidemics and pandemics. But as the COVID-19 virus has reminded us, disease can change us in ways we could never imagine.
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