Dr Jane Stevens-Crawshaw
Sample Lecture – Medicine Through Time – Public Health and the Great Plague of 1665, c. 1450-1700
Jane Stevens-Crawshaw is a senior lecturer in early modern European history at Oxford Brookes University. She specialises in the history of renaissance Europe with a focus on the impact of the developing ideas about 'cleanliness' on the public health. She has also written on the establishment of plague hospitals in Europe.
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