Book by Dittrick Museum’s Brandy Schillace reviewed by “The New Yorker”

Our strange, unsettled history of mourning
The New YorkerBrandy Schillace, research associate and public engagement fellow at the Dittrick Museum of Medical History, recently published her book, Death’s Summer Coat: What the History of Death and Dying Teaches Us about Life and Living. A review in The New Yorker applauds the way Schillace addresses mourning practices throughout history.