National Public Radio- Science Cafe: Contraception And Reproductive Science
broadcast 2/14/2011

Tony P. Tizzano, MD, Obstetrician and Medical Director, The Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center of Wooster
Jim M. Edmonson, Phd, Chief Curator of Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum, Case Western Reserve University
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The following recordings are from the Anton and Rose Zverina Medical History Lecture and
Percy Skuy Lecture series held at the Dittrick Medical History Center.

 

 Heather Munro Prescott Ph.D.

Robert Reid M.D. (Queen's University, Ontario, Canada)
Doctors without borders: Sexual and reproductive health in the electronic era
Percy Skuy lecture,  play lecture recording

 Heather Munro Prescott Ph.D.

Heather Munro Prescott Ph.D. (Central Connecticut State University)
The Morning After: A History of Emergency Contraception in the United States
Special Winter lecture,  play lecture recording

Nina Rattner Gelbart

Nina Rattner Gelbart Ph.D. (Occidental College)
Birthing a Nation: Mme du Coudray and the practice
of midwifery in Enlightenment France

Zverina Lecture 2010    play lecture recording

Helen Horowitz Ph.D. (Smith College)
How Contraceptives Became Illegal: The Origins of the Comstock Law

Zverina Lecture 2009    play lecture recording

Helen Horowitz
Wendy Kline

Wendy Kline, Ph.D. (University of Cincinnati)
Reproducing Our Bodies, Ourselves:
birth control and the women’s health movement.
Zverina Lecture 2008    play lecture recording

Andrea Tone

Andrea Tone Ph.D. (McGill University)
Bodies of Evidence: Uncovering the Lost History of Contraceptives in America
Zverina lecture 2006.    play lecture recording