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New Publication! Approaching Facial Difference: Past and Present

The blog may have been a little quiet, but we have by no means been idle! We are thrilled to announce the release of our first major Effaced team publication: Approaching Facial Difference: Past and Present (Bloomsbury 2018). This is also the … Continue reading

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Jason Bate (Exeter), ‘The limits of medical history: archives, photographs, and encountering facial disfiguration from the First World War’

Jason Bate of the University of Exeter will be speaking at the Effaced from History conference on April 2. To register and view the full program, visit the conference website. Abstract This paper explores photographs of facial plastic surgery cases from the … Continue reading

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