New Publication: Mapping Health in the Middle Ages

“Public health is often thought of as a by-product of modernity, yet historical evidence shows that numerous stakeholders in Medieval Europe took steps to reduce risks and improve health outcomes.”

Guy Geltner, Janna Coomans, and Claire Weeda explain how the Healthscaping project challenges perceptions of public health provisions in earlier eras. You can read more in EU Research SPR20.

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