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Scholars Day 2007, Wednesday, April 11

Midwives, Bootleggers and Pranksters: Drugs and Alcohol in History

The panel will focus on aspects of drug and alcohol history as researched by three undergraduate students. The following three papers will be presented at the session. Amanda Stephens, "Bull Testicles, Cat Dung and Rose Oil: Trends in Treatment by European Midwives, 1100-1700" Stephanie Suski, "A Wet State in a Dry Country: Prohibition in New York State" Lindsay Ganter, "Ken Kesey's Search Further: LSD and the Making of a Counterculture Leader"

Presenters: Lindsay Ganter (Undergraduate Student)
Stephanie Suski (Undergraduate Student)
Amanda Stephens (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: History
Location: 122 Hartwell
Time: 10:45 am (Session II)