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“Panic in the Streets”: Historical Reflections on Fear-based Media Messaging During Acute Public Health Crises

Mary Ellen Jones Building, Room 3112 116 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

Bullitt Club Lecture Series Presents Nancy Tomes Distinguished professor of History, Stony Brook University “Panic in the Streets”: Historical Reflections on Fear-based Media Messaging During Acute Public Health Crises Hybrid event In-person: Mary Ellen Jones Building, Room 3112  Virtual via Zoom: REGISTER for this event Lecture In public health, fear-based campaigns are regarded (rightly so) with … Continued

The Healing Art: Early Modern Practices of Giving and Receiving Care

Bullitt Club Lecture Series Presents Mandy Fowler Distinguished professor of History, Stony Brook University “Panic in the Streets”: Historical Reflections on Fear-based Media Messaging During Acute Public Health Crises Zoom registration link coming soon Lecture Early Modern Economies of Care, explores practices of giving and receiving care as they existed in sixteenth and seventeenth century England. … Continued