History professor Steven Palmer’s film documents the surprising creative networks informing the work of filmmaker Robert Cordier.
A new video tells an old story, tracing the UWindsor history department from its founding to the present.
Steven Palmer will deliver his free public lecture “Miracles in Modern Medicine c. 1967: the Film that Made Thousands Faint,” on Thursday, Jan. 17.
A reception Tuesday, March 20, will celebrate the accomplishments of UWindsor researchers.
The Walrus magazine has published an article on the rediscovery of a documentary first screened during Expo 67.
Steven Palmer’s book, Medicine and Public Health in Latin America, has won an award from the American Association for the History of Medicine.
Displays in the Leddy Library celebrate National Nursing Week with materials on the local history of nursing education.
A new book relives the glory days of history professor Steven Palmer’s comedy radio show, “The Great Eastern.”
Steven Palmer, Canada Research Chair in History of International Health, organized this week’s conference on Knowledge Networks and Health Innovation.