In this blog, Glyn Muitjens examines the application of human milk in medical recipes of the Hippocratic Corpus, to demonstrate that its use can teach us something about Greek culture. In fact, human milk played a central role in policing female bodies.
What can a fable by Flavius Josephus inspired by Aristotle teach us about the fluid boundaries of genres?
How can academics benefit from listening to artists and professionals? Matthew writes about attending an intersectoral conference.