Caitlin Mahar

Dr Caitlin Mahar has taught literature and history at Australian tertiary institutions and is currently an Adjunct Research Fellow (History) at Swinburne University of Technology. Her PhD thesis explores the history of euthanasia activism and medical care of the dying in England and Australia and won the University of Melbourne’s 2016 Dennis-Wettenhall Prize for Australian History.



Caitlin Mahar | 30 Sep 2017 |
tags: ars moriendi, euthanasia, pain, suffering
Until the 19th century, pain was accepted as a normal part of dying
 

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