Recognition

l'Académie nationale des sciences, belle

In 2014  Sarah Bernhardt et le Docteur Pozzi was awarded le prix Crépinet d'histoire de la médecine de l'Académie Nationale des Sciences, Belles-lettres et Arts de Bordeaux, and in 2015  le Prix 2015 de l’Académie des Lettres et des Arts du Périgord. 

 

In 2016 the Mayor of Bergerac, Daniel Garrigue, awarded the Medal of the town of Bergerac to Caroline de Costa for her efforts in researching and writing about the life and work of ‘a child of Bergerac.’ In October 2018 Caroline gave a plenary address at the annual INFOGYN meeting of French obstetricians and gynaecologists at Pau; the topic was the work of Samuel  Pozzi and his contribution to the advancement of women’s healthcare. In September 2018 Caroline participated in the European Days of Heritage which in that year in Bergerac were devoted to Samuel Pozzi and chaired by Daniel Garrigue. She took part in a conference in the Orangerie in Bergerac on 21st September and in presentations at the exhibition around Pozzi’s life and work at the Musée du Tabac.

Publications by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller on the life and work of Samuel Pozzi

History Today 2006

Article written by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller on Samuel Pozzi's life and work, published in History Today in 2006.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2007

Article by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller: Sarah Bernhardt’s ‘Doctor God’: Jean-Samuel Pozzi (1846–1918). Download PDF 

The Lancet, 2009

Article by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller: Sarah Bernhardt’s missing leg. Download PDF 

The Diva ad Doctor God

The Diva and Doctor God 2010

Book written by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller. Find out more about the book.

Sarah Bernhardt et le Docteur Pozzi, Editions Glyphe 2013

Book written by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller. Find out more about the book.

London Weekly News 2015

Article written by Caroline de Costa and Francesca Miller on Samuel Pozzi's life and work, published in 2015 at the time of the Sargent Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

Hanging the Pozzi portrait at the National Portrait Gallery, London, 2015