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Broken Bodies, Suffering Spirits: Injury, Death and Healing in Civil War Philadelphia

Join museum director, Robert Hicks, in this 9-part miniseries that explores the vital role of people, places and events in Civil War era Philadelphia. Coming Soon to our Youtube channel.

"Broken Bodies, Suffering Spirits" Part 9: Medical Legacy

In the final episode, host, Robert Hicks, revisits the Grand Army of the Republic Museum and Library. Dr. Hicks recounts the unprecedented medical and surgical advancements of the Civil War, from mobile hospitals, ambulances, and nursing to the establishment of medical specialties.

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Guess What’s on the Curator’s Desk

Every Thursday Mütter Museum curator Anna Dhody introduces a mystery object: can you guess what it is?

Guess What's on the Curator's Desk with Mike Rowe: Part 3

Part 3 of "Guess What's on the Curator's Desk" with a special guest! Mike Rowe, host of CNN's "Somebody's Gotta Do It", tries to guess this week's mystery object.

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Mütter Minute

Museum director Robert Hicks, PhD, takes a minute every week to showcase an item from our collection.

Mütter Minute: Dyed Heart

This week, in honor of Valentine's Day, museum curator Anna Dhody shows some love to one of our hearts on display.

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No Bones About It

Museum staff members interview guests in this series of sit-downs with fascinating people.

No Bones About it! Noah Scalin

Join Curator of The Mütter Museum, Anna Dhody, as she interviews Noah Scalin, artist and creator of Skull-A-Day, about his new book!

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The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.

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