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Lunchtime Time Machine: "Did menopause exist before the modern era?"

Distinguished Research Professor
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This is a virtual event presented via Zoom

The History Department's undergraduate lecture series presents Dr. Susan Mattern, Distinguished Research Professor, History who will discuss "Did menopause exist before the modern era?"

Susan Mattern researches the history of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Her new book The Slow Moon Climbs: The Science, History, and Meaning of Menopause (Princeton U Press, 2019) is the first comprehensive look at menopause from prehistory to today. Mattern teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in  World History and in the history of Greece, Rome, ancient Egypt, marriage, disease, medicine, women, and law. 

Reservations are required. To reserve your virtual space, please send an email from your UGA email address with your name to Ms. Cartwright in history, at Students of all majors are invited. This is an FYO event.

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