Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

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 am researching 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.

 

More to come.