The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences curates and builds unique digital exhibits of scholarship and education. The exhibits aim to engage the USAHS community and advance discussion about the sociocultural impact of medicine.

Each exhibit comprises of a collection of digital items (e.g., images, audiovisual files, etc.) and centers on a specific focus, with relevant contexts informed by the scholarly literature.

A digital exhibit may have a temporary physical installation at one or more of the USAHS campus libraries.

Virtual tours of exhibits are regularly offered. Check out our upcoming events for more information.

Individuals who would like to learn more about the digital and physical exhibits can contact our librarians at [email protected].

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Theater of the Body: A Renaissance of Human Anatomy
Cures and Curses: A History of Pharmaceutical Advertising in America

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Theater of the Body: A Renaissance of Human Anatomy
This exhibit presents a selection of Renaissance-era anatomical illustrations and examines how the study of human anatomy developed over the centuries.
Cures and Curses: A History of Pharmaceutical Advertising in America
This exhibit provides an overview of the U.S. patent medicine industry that advanced modern pharmaceutical advertising practices from the 19th to early-20th century.