Essays on Yersinia pestis (the Plague)
These essays were written by graduate students who took the special topics course, "Plague: Biology, History, and Sociology" at Montana State University during Spring Semester 2005.
Broughton, M. J. 2005. Catapulted Death: Can a Flying Corpse Distribute the Plague?
Butler, H. 2005. Today’s Headline: Plague Outbreak in the Congo.
Davis, R. S. 2005. The Lasting Consequences of Plague in Siena.
Doherty, M. 2005. Plague’s Contribution to the Spanish Inquisition.
Hale, K. 2005. Russian and American use of Yersinia pestis as a Biological Weapon.
Medrano-Cabral, S. The Influence of Plague on Art from the Late 14th to the 17th Century.
Pallipparambil, G. R. 2005. The Surat Plague and its Aftermath.
Pariera Dinkins, C. 2005. Persecution of the Jews during the Great Plagues of the 14th Century.
Prody, H. 2005. Effective Vaccine Development For Yersina pestis Pneumonic and Bubonic Infections.
Schat, M. 2005. Justinian’s Foreign Policy and the Plague: Did Justinian Create the First Pandemic?
Shama, L. M. 2005. Japan’s Role in Developing Biological Weapons in World War II and its Effect on Contemporary Relations between Asian Countries.
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