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A Review of Norman F. Cantor’s In the Wake of the Plague: The Black Death and the World it Made (by Bethany)

The interconnection of history and science is one of my favorite topics to read about. I took a memorable interdisciplinary course in college called ‘Plagues, Science, and the Humanistic Vision,” and I’ve also taken a fair number of literature classes … Continue reading

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