Nicole Salomone

Independent Scholar, Writer, Lecturer

Nicole Salomone, CV 

Nicole is a writer, musician and historian.  Her focus is on 18th century scholarly medicine in London, particularly how it relates to accidental death, apparent death, premature burial, resuscitation, and the reanimation of dead tissue.  In addition, she has done research on the sociology of 17th century English dancing and tracing the dances back into history. 

If you would like to contact Nicole about a lecture or publication, please contact her at historicaldancer@gmail(dot)com.

 

PUBLICATIONS - PEER REVIEWED

1.      Irizarry, Dre M.; Salomone, Nicole; Chojnacki, Karen A.; Yeo, Charles J.; Cowan, Scott W.; Bogar, Linda J. (2015). Dr. Mary Edwards Walker: Years Ahead of Her Time. The American Surgeon, Volume 81, Number 1, January 2015, pp. 9-11(3)2015. PMID: 25569042

 

 
INVITED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS
 
New England Annual Conference of Irish Studies, Morton, MA                               
Using Dracula to Explore 19th-Century Reactions to Medical Theories from the Preceding Century
  2014

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA                                                        

From Magic to Science          
Lecture available: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/harrypotter/1
  2014
LECTURES / PRESENTATIONS
 Year

British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, St. Hughs College, Oxford University,
Oxford, UK
Back From the Dead: Premature Burial in Early Modern England

   2016

 Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA  (History of Medicine Lecture Series)
The Royal Humane Society and Resuscitation in the Late 18th Century

 2015
The Historical Society of Frankford, Philadelphia, PA
Domestic & Quack Medicine of the Early Republic 
 2015
Steampunk World's Fair, Piscataway, NJ
Premature Burial in Early Modern London 
 2015
North Eastern Popular Culture Association, Providence, RI
Premature Burial in Early Modern England
 2014
Steampunk World's Fair, Piscataway, NJ
18th Century Vampirism in London
 2014
Steampunk World's Fair, Piscataway, NJ
So You Think You Need a Doctor: 18th Century Scholarly Remedies
 2014
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA  (History of Medicine Lecture Series)
The Doctor vs. Grandma: Scholarly & Domestic Remedies in 18th Century London
 2014
South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, GA
How 18th Century British Medical Practices Influenced Early Vampire Literature
 2013
South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, GA
The Under-Credentialed Scholar in Academia
 2013
Griffith Morgan House, Pennsauken, NJ
Domestic Medicine in Colonial America 
 2013
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA  (History of Medicine Lecture Series)
London Plague of 1603: A Country in Turmoil 
 2013
Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science (PACHS), Philadelphia, PA
Popular Medicine and Remedies of Infectious Disease in London /US Colonies 1600 -  1800
 2012
Medical History Society of New Jersey, Princeton, NJ
What Doesn't Kill You May Cure You
 2011
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Period Movement and Spatial Awareness
Collaborative presenter: Edward Buehler 
 2007
Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ
Italian Arts and Culture from the Medieval Times to the Renaissance    
Collaborative presenters: Edward Buehler, Paul Butler
 2006

FEATURETTES 

 

Pennsauken History: Domestic Medicine (Interview)
Released: Pennsauken TV Blog: http://www.pennsaukentv.com, September 18, 2013.
YouTube: http://youtu.be/-65j52i8A8g


Commercial for Living History Day at Griffith Morgan House 
Released: Pennsauken TV Blog: http://www.pennsaukentv.com, September 10, 2013.
YouTube: http://youtu.be/4U4Yri3phe4


Members in the News & Innovative Blogging and Transcribing
Published: Medical History Society of New Jersey Newsletter, February 2013 (Vol. 32 (2) 8)


Who Are These Transcribers, Anyway?
Published: Papers of the War Department Blog, September 6, 2012


Historians Ask Public to Help Organize the Past
Published: The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 3, 2012


Hamilton's Illness, Redux
Published: Papers of the War Department Blog, July 10, 2012


Document Spotlight - Overdue Salary Edition
Published: Papers of the War Department Blog, June 26, 2012 


Document Spotlight - Mr. Hamilton is Ill
Published:  Papers of the War Department Blog, June 19, 2012

COMMITTEES & LEADERSHIP
 
Thomas Jefferson University: Jefferson Book Club, Secretary
2012 - 2015
Thomas Jefferson University:  Ob-Gyn Research Committee
2012 - 2015
Thomas Jefferson University: Ob-Gyn Newsletter
2012 - 2013
Thomas Jefferson University: Obstetrics Policy & Procedure Committee
2012 - 2013
National Coalition of Independent Scholars: Interim Vice President
2012 - 2013
National Coalition of Independent Scholars: Board of Directors
2012 - 2013
Albert Einstein Medical Center: Employees Activity Council
2011 - 2012
VOLUNTEER
 
SCA Memorial (Co-Founder)
scamemorial.org
2012 - Present
Papers of the War Department
2012 - Present
Museum of Interesting Things
2012 - 2015
Neversink Valley Area Museum
2009 - 2011
House of Hugs
2006
SOCIAL MEDIA
Facebook: I Hate Woo History (Founder)
Facebook: Antique Medical Advertisements and Labels (Founder)

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