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TracesThe latest volume highlights the recent work of UNC’s undergraduate and graduate students on the theme “Institutions and the Human Body.” It opens with four outstanding undergraduate articles that point out connections between governments, perceptions, physicians, and disease that constitute the history of public health in the United States and Britain. Two graduate essays feature original research that further explores the interactions between institutions and the body. Our “Living History” section includes an interview with UNC Social Medicine and History professor Raúl Necochea, whose work relates closely to this theme. Finally, our “Tales from the Archive” and book review sections highlight the experiences of graduate history students in archives around the world and show their scholarly tact in reviewing historical monographs.

–Sarah Miles, graduate co-editor

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