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Anat Mooreville is a doctoral candidate at UCLA studying the history of science and medicine in Israel/Palestine
Chris Gratien is a doctoral candidate at Georgetown University studying the social and environmental history of the Ottoman Empire and the modern Middle East (see academia.edu)
Seçil Yılmaz is a doctoral candidate at the Graduate Center-CUNY studying the history of disease, medicine, and sex in the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey (see academia.edu)
Episode No. 138
Release Date: 28 December 2013
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Editing and Production by Chris Gratien
Bibliography courtesy of Anat Mooreville
This episode originally appeared under the title of "Wandering Doctors in Israel/Palestine."
Citation: "Wandering Doctors in Israel/Palestine," Anat Mooreville, Chris Gratien, and Seçil Yılmaz, Ottoman History Podcast, No. 138 (28 December 2013) http://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2013/12/trachoma-medicine-doctors-israel-palestine.html.
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