Epidemics and Society
Yale University Professor Emeritus Frank Snowden looked at how infectious outbreaks have shaped society, from the Black Death to COVID-19. This virtual event was hosted by the New Haven Free Public Library in New Haven, Connecticut.
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Isaac Shub Reference Staff Member New Haven (CT) Free Public Library
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