Ewha Institute of History hosted a special lecture, Preventing the Plague: Public Health, Quarantine and the State in Early Modern Venice, on Nov. 19 via Zoom. Dr. Jane Stevens Crawshaw, a senior lecturer from Oxford Brookes University, was invited to take the chair. The lecture aimed to compare the current administrative policy responses to COVID-19 with historical prevention methods to combat plagues. After the lecture, students were given the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session.
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