Trusting Science in the Face of Disease: COVID-19 and 19th Century Cholera
AbstractThis essay highlights the similarities between the cholera pandemic in 19th century Britain, and the COVID pandemic that we are currently facing. It mostly covers the changing practices in science and how the cholera pandemic can be used as a case study to help with the modern reactions towards COVID-19. Discipline: History Faculty mentor: Dr. Aidan Forth
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