"Consumptive Chic," a book by Associate Professor of History Carolyn Day, is cited in the article.
History major Katie Wooten ’21 transcribed King George’s personal correspondence.
Furman University students, faculty, trustees and partners continue to receive honors and make news throughout the academic world and beyond. Read on to learn recent accomplishments.
History professor Carolyn Day will explain how it was fashionable to look like you were dying of tuberculosis in the Victorian period.
Allison Meier of online arts publication talks to History professor Carolyn Day about how the fatal symptoms of tuberculosis became entwined with feminine ideals.
History professor Carolyn Day talks about how an increasing aestheticization of a deadly disease became entwined with feminine beauty.
The Furman University Research and Professional Growth committee has selected recipients of the Furman Standard Faculty Research Grants.