I was awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs in November, 2017 under the “The Living Legacy of World War One” project.
For the project, I researched a collection of images from the National Library of Medicine which include military medical portraits of the process of facial reconstruction at the American Red Cross Hospital #1 in Neuilly, Paris.
You can listen to an interview with me from the beginning of the project here.
You can read an article about the project published by the National Library of Medicine here.
You can see me, and four of the other fellows, present our research at the Carnegie Council in NYC here.
More to come.