Bethany L. Johnson (MPhil, M.A.) is a doctoral student in the history of science, technology and the environment at the University of South Carolina and an associate member to the graduate faculty and research affiliate faculty in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her research examines both medical technologies and public health policies as tools of institutional power from the 19th-century to the present, with a focus on epidemics and reproductive health. She has published in interdisciplinary journals such as Health Communication, Women & Language, Departures in Critical Qualitative Research, Journal of Holistic Nursing, and Women’s Reproductive Health. Her book, co-authored with Dr. Margaret M. Quinlan, You’re Doing it Wrong! Mothering, Media and Medical Expertise (Rutgers) is available now.
Nuclear chemist James Andrew Harris was born in Waco, Texas on March 26, 1932 to Frank and Martha Harris. Harris’ father passed away when he was young; his mother worked as a school cook. At 12, he traveled to Oakland, California to live with his … Read MoreJames Andrew Harris (1932-2000)