Re-conceiving Birth: Our Shared Entrance to the World Stage – Brandy Schillace (Curatorial Lecture Audio Recording)

The Dittrick Medical History Center—an interdisciplinary study center within the College of Arts and Sciences of Case Western Reserve University—is celebrating the completion of phase I of the main gallery renovation, featuring the history of childbirth.

This display begins the museum’s exploration of how birth has been altered and shaped over time by new technologies and issues of gender.

Brandy Schillace curated the first component, titled “Re-conceiving Birth: Our Shared Entrance to the World Stage” and you can listen to a recording of her lecture here:

http://www.case.edu/artsci/dittrick/museum/audio-files/Schillace-10-03-13-edited-compressed.MP3

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