Mark your Calendars
Oct. 24, 2014
Mini-symposium: "Visualizing the Body: the Convergence of Art, Cadaver, and Medical Knowledge."
2-5 pm, 555 Diehl Hall
Co-sponsored by the Wangensteen Historical Library of Biology and Medicine and the Consortium for the Study of the Pre-modern World
Nov. 3, 2014
HMED Lunchtime Lecture Series
"A Disease Best Described by Its Etymology? Hysteria in France at the Turn of the 19th Century."
Sabine Arnaud, Ph.D., Max Planck Institute.
12:20-1:10pm, 555 Diehl Hall
Spring 2015 Courses
HMED 3002: Health Care in History II
HMED 3040: Human Health, Disease, and the Environment in History
HMED 4960: Senior Research Topics in Medical History
HMED 7500: Historical Research for Health Professional Students
HMED 8002: Foundations in the History of Modern Medicine: "Health Care in Global Perspective since 1800"
Registration will be available through OneStop
Jole Shackelford, Northern Lights and Northern Times: Swedish Leadership in the Foundation of Biological Rhythms Research, American Philosophical Society, 2013.
Dominique Tobbell, "Plow, Town, and Gown: The Politics of Family Practice in 1960s America," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 87 (2013): 648-680.
Jennifer Gunn, " Back to the Future: Minnesota's Rural Health Workforce Shortages,” Minnesota Medicine 96 (2013): 41-45.