This is awesome! The website gives a lot of insight on some of the superstitions and beliefs about madness in the Elizabethan Era. It is amazing how far we have come in terms of understanding mental illness and much (MUCH) more humane ways to help the person suffering from it. Doctors today no longer look like they are the mad ones! Something that could've been added in the website maybe was talking about Ophelia's brief "madness" as well? But that's it. I do have a question though...in the video, Insulin Coma Therapy was discussed and, as someone who doesn't make this hormone properly, I was naturally intrigued. I was wondering where they harvested their insulin that they use to administer to their patients. The Elizabethan Era ended in the early 1600's...and synthetic insulin that has saved millions of lives in this day and age, was invented in 1921...that's a huge gap in time...so I was wondering how they got their insulin for their patients...(I was grimacing during the ICT stuff since I know exactly how uncomfortable and confused you can get when your blood sugar drops to dangerously low levels...I feel so bad for the unfortunate people who had to suffer through that "therapy"...) Very well done!
Aleashea, your evaluation has been shared with you via Google Drive.