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Publications:
Real Capital, Social Capital and Disease Transmission: The Case of the Hanseatic League and the Black Death

The relationship of social and real capital and transmission of disease in the European middle ages.

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The Mission Creep of Research Programs at U.S. Regional Medical Campuses: Can Advance Occur?

This study examines the nature and extent of research at regional medical campuses in the United States and discusses implications for physician training.

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Principles of Sustaining Community Response to Environmental Disaster: Lessons from Minimata, Japan and Libby, Montana, U.S.A

This paper focuses on common principles of sustaining community response to environmental disaster using the case studies of Minimata, Japan and Libby, Montana in a compare and contrast analysis.

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Justinian’s Plague, Hagiography and Monasticism

This paper uses the approaches of historical social epidemiology to examine the spread of Justinian’s Plague to Ireland and Great Britain in 664 and 684.

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