E. Thomas Ewing, “How the Media Can Help Fight the Flu,” Made by History, Washington Post, November 19, 2019 (link / subscription)

E. Thomas Ewing, “Kiss via Kerchief: Influenza Warnings in 1918,” Nursing Clio, February 12, 2020 (link)

E. Thomas Ewing, “The first American Cases of Coronavirus Shouldn’t Spark a Panic,” Made by History, Washington Post, February 28, 2020 (link / subscription needed)

E. Thomas Ewing, “La Grippe or Russian Influenza: Mortality Statistics during the 1890 Epidemic in Indiana.” Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses. Vol. 13, No. 13, May 2019. https://doi.org/10.1111/irv.12632.

E. Thomas Ewing, Veronica Kimmerly and Sinclair Ewing-Nelson, “Dr. Shrady Says: The 1890 Russian Influenza as a Case Study for Understanding Epidemics in History.” Medical Heritage Library Research Blog, Parts 1, 2, and 3. August September 2016. (link)

E. Thomas Ewing, “Influenza Precautions, Then and Now,” Circulating Now, U.S. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division, posted January 15, 2015. (link)

E. Thomas Ewing, “Exploring Chicago’s Spanish Flu of 1918,” Circulating Now, U.S. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division, posted November 5, 2013. (link)

E. Thomas Ewing, “’The Two Diseases Are So Utterly Dissimilar’: Using Digital Humanities Tools to Advance Scholarship in the Global History of Medicine.” Current Research in Digital History, Vol. 1 (2018). George Mason University Center for History and New Media: http://crdh.rrchnm.org/.

E. Thomas Ewing, “’Will It Come Here?’ Using Digital Humanities Tools to Explore Medical Understanding during the Russian Flu Epidemic, 1889-90,” Medical History, Vol. 61, No, 3 (July 2017), pp. 474-477.

E. Thomas Ewing, Veronica Kimmerly and Sinclair Ewing-Nelson, “’Look Out for La Grippe’: Using Digital Humanities Tools to Interpret Information Dissemination during the Russian Flu, 1889-1890.” Medical History Vol. 60, Issue 1 (January 2016), pp. 129-131. DOI 10.1017/mdh.2015.84.

E. Thomas Ewing, Ian Hargreaves, Jessica King, Andrew Pregnall, and Tyler Talnagi, “Revealing Data: Using Term Frequency to Chart Influenza Reporting,” Circulating Now, National Library of Medicine, November 14, 2018; “Revealing Data: Measuring Mortality during an Epidemic,” Circulating Now, November 15, 2018; “Revealing Data: Close Reading and Textual Analysis as Historical Methods,” Circulating Now, November 16, 2018. (link)

E. Thomas Ewing, Veronica Kimmerly and Sinclair Ewing-Nelson, “Dr. Shrady Says: The 1890 Russian Influenza as a Case Study for Understanding Epidemics in History.” Medical Heritage Library Research Blog, Parts 1, 2, and 3. August September 2016. (link)