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  • Posted in: AHA Members' Forum

    The AHA Communities Members' Forum is for the exchange of ideas and information between the members of the association. We hope it will be a place where our members can raise a professional question (whether in the realm of research, teaching, or other ...

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    In case readers of this forum aren't aware of it, there's a wonderful (and free!) podcast series called "Historically Thinking." Produced by Dr. Al Zambone, there are now 76 episodes, wherein leading experts (e.g., Lendol Calder, Peter Stearns, Arian ...

  • Posted in: AHA Members' Forum

    A somewhat narrower text is Carol R. Byerly,  Fever of War; The Influenza Epidemic in the U.S. Army during World War I. (NY U Press, 2005).  Her chapter 3, "Worst-Case Scenario: The Influenza Epidemic in 1918 in the Camps" might be useful for an under ...

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    Hi, all, Because I review advanced reader copies of popular book releases, I know of a couple of upcoming books that might be of interest. While neither appear to be academic histories, if you are looking over all of the Spanish Flu books, these might ...

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    The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919  by Susan Kingsley Kent might be a good option.  A brief history with helpful primary source documents.  St. Martin's Press. ------------------------------ Emily Bailey Towson Univ. Lutherville Timonium MD ----- ...

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