April 09, 2021

Reclaiming History – Dr. Frank Snowden – Epidemics And Society From Black Death To The Present

In Part 1 of this segment of Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory interviews distinguished Professor Dr. Frank Snowden about his book entitled “Epidemics and Society, 1600 to the Present (2019).” In this segment, Dr. Snowden discusses the societal implication of the pandemic, and the importance of cooperation and planning.

Dr. Frank Snowden received his B.A. degree in Government from Harvard in 1968, and his Doctorate Degree in 1975 from Oxford. He was an Assistant Professor of History at Yale University, 1975 – 1978, a Lecturer, then Reader, in History at the University of London from 1978 – 1990; and a Professor of History at Yale University, where he remained from 1991 until his retirement in 2018.

Frank Snowden’s principal publications include “Violence and Great Estates in the South of Italy” (1984); “The Fascist Revolution in Tuscany” (1989); “Naples in the Time of Cholera” (1995); “The Conquest of Malaria: Italy, 1900 – 1962” (2006); and “Epidemics and Society, 1600 to the Present” (2019).

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