(216)-368-6778 brandy.schillace@case.edu

Author | Historian | Adventurer at the Intersection

Medical history, Anthropology, and Literature


Scholar, writer, and field researcher Brandy Schillace, PhD,

works to uncover unique and powerful stories, proving truth

is stranger (and frequently more fascinating!) than fiction…

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View recent releases from Brandy Schillace. There are direct links below each book to order from your favorite online book store:

Death's Summer Coat

Death's Summer Coat

Coming soon: What the history of death and dying can tell us about life and living. Exploring cultural practice and death. See the Press Release (Pegasus). Pre-order today:

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Unnatural Reproductions and Monstrosity

Unnatural Reproductions and Monstrosity

An interdisciplinary, cross-genre book on the genesis of the "monster" in film, media studies, history, literature, and medicine. See the Press Release. Order your copy today:

The Vatican

The Vatican

The third installment of the Jacob Maresbeth Chronincles. "Vampires do exist...some of them work at hospitals." (Middle-grade series) Cooperative Press; read more here.


On The Circuit

Recent and Upcoming Talks from Dr. Brandy Schillace

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How do we engage our history?

Neither static nor immutable, our shared past thrums with life–and mystery–and adventure. Unique and powerful stories help explain who we are and how we got here. As a museum researcher and public engagement fellow, Dr. Schillace bring history to life: Machines that give birth? Electric shock to restore sight? Amputation, antiseptic, acid batteries, and x-rays: learn more about the strange rabbit holes and side paths that brought us to our present moment.

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“Her academic acumen and historical analysis is plain for every reader to see, but so is her warm humanity.”

— Richard Littledale MTh, author

What's Afoot?

Sometimes research takes you places you didn't intend to go... Which is more than half the fun. Tracking down stories through history and across borders means regular travel and frequent stops. Recent trips took me to the Paris catacombs and then to the Scottish north coast--and later to Lexington, Kentucky (where a "birth manikin" resides). This coming season will see me in Leiden, brushing up on the history of electricity, and in Groningen, Netherlands for the European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences. See what else is afoot:

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