Bibliography for History 482/882 Fall 2011

 

Articles and some book chapters can be found online or in Duffin’s office.

Books are mostly in Queen’s Library

 

Ablard, Jonathan (2008). Madness in Buenos Aires: patients, psychiatrists, and the Argentine state, 1880-1983. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

 

Ablard, Jonathan (2008). Madness in Buenos Aires: patients, psychiatrists, and the Argentine state, 1880-1983. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

 

Ackerknecht, E. H. (1967). Medicine at the Paris Hospital, 1794-1848. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins

University Press.

 

Adams, A. (1996). Architecture in the family way : doctors, houses,and women, 1870-1900. Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press.

 

Adams, Annmarie (2008). Medicine by design: the architect and the modern hospital, 1893-1943. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

 

Amsterdamska, Olga and Anja Hiddinga (2004). Trading Zones or Citadels/ Professionalization and Intellectural Change in the History of Medicine,” In Huisman, Frank and John Harley Warner, 2005. Locating Medical History; the Stories and their Meaning. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U P, pp. 237-261.

 

Anderson, Robin L., ed. Sources in the history of medicine: the impact of disease and trauma. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007.

 

Anderson, S. and C. Homan (1999). “Prescription books as historical sources.” Pharm Hist 29: 51-4.

 

Anderson, Warwick  (1998). “Where is the Postcolonial History of Medicine. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72: 522-530.

 

Anderson, Warwick (2006).  Colonial pathologies: American tropical medicine, race, and hygiene in the Philippines. Durham: Duke University Press, 2006.

 

Anderson
, Warwick. (2008) The Collectors of Lost Souls: Turning Kuru Scientists into Whitemen (The Johns Hopkins University Press.

 

Andiron, Gerald and Vicent Barras, eds. (2010). Early medicine, from the body to the stars. Basel: Schwabe.

 

Anolik, Ruth Bienstock, ed.  (2010). Demons of the body and mind: essays on disability in gothic literature. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co..

 

Arney, W. R. (1982). Power and the Profession of Obstetrics. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

 

Arnup, K. (1994). Education for Motherhood: Child-rearing Advice for Canadian Mothers. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

 

Arrizabalaga, Jon (2002). Problematizing retrospective diagnosis in the history of disease. Asclepio; Archivo Iberoamericano de Historia de la Medicina y Antropologia Medica. 54(1):51-70.

 

Ashplant, T. and A. Wilson (1988). “Present-Centred History and the Problem of Historical Knowledge.” The Historical Journal 31: 253-274.

 

Auge, M. and M. Aglietta (1986). Braudel dans tous ses états: la vie quotidienne des sciences sociales sous l'empire de l'histoire. Paris, Association Espaces-Temps.

 

Baillargeon, D. (1999). Making Do: Women, Family, and the Home in Montreal during the Great Depression. Waterloo Ont, Wilfrid Laurier Press.

 

Barkan, Leonard (1996). "Cosmas and Damian; Of Medicine, Miracles and the Economies of the Body."  Organ Transplationation: Meanings and Realities. Eds. Stuart J. Younger, Renée C. Fox and Laurence J. O'Connell. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press,221-51.

 

Barry, J. (1990). “Problems and Methods in the History of Medicine.” The English Historical Review 105: 482-3.

 

Bates, B. (1992). Bargaining For Life: A Social History of Tuberculosis. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press.

 

Baumeister A.A, Hawkins M.F and Lopez-Munoz F. (2010). Toward standardized usage of the word serendipity in the historiography of psychopharmacology. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences  19 (3): 253-70.

 

Bausell, R. Barker (2007). Snake oil science: the truth about complementary and alternative medicine. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Benedictow, Ole JŅrgen (2006). The Black Death, 1346-1353: the complete history. Woodbridge, Suffolk; Rochester, N.Y: Boydell Press.

 

Benison, S. (1972). “Oral history--new technique in medical historiography.” Ohio State Medical Journal 68: 770-3.

 

Benson, E. R. and J. Selekman (1992). “Jewish Women and Nursing: An Overview of Early History.” Journal of the New York State Nurses Association 23: 16-9.

 

Bentley, M. (1999). Modern Historiography: An Introduction. London and New York, Routledge.

 

Berger, C. (1976). The Writing of Canadian History: Aspects of English-Canadian Historical Writing, 1900-1970. Toronto, Oxford University Press.

 

Berlin, I. (1959). Historical Inevitability [1954]. The Philsophy of History in Our Time. H. Meyerhoff. New York, Doubleday Anchor: 249-71.

 

Bernier, J. (1989). La médecine au Québec. Naissance et évolution d’une profession (Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval

 

Bernier, J. (1993). “La place de l'histoire de la médecine.” Health and Canadian Society / Santé et Société Canadienne 1: 19-49.

 

Bernier, J. (2003). “Disease, Medicine and Society in Canada; A Historical Overview.” The Canadian Historical Association. Hjstorical Booklet Number 63 Ottawa

 

Berridge V. (2006). Digitizing and democratizing historical research. Addiction  101 (11): 1533-5.

 

Birken, W. J. (1983). “The Royal College of Physicians of London and its support of the Parliamentary Case in the English Civil War.” Journal of British Studies 23: 47-62.

 

Bishop, Louise M. (2007). Words, stones, & herbs: the healing word in medieval and early modern England. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

 

Bittel, Carla Jean (2009). Mary Putnam Jacobi & the politics of medicine in nineteenth-century America. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

 

Bivins, Roberta E. (2007). Alternative medicine?: a history. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Black, Peter, ed. (2007). "My highest pleasures": William Hunter's art collection. London: The Hunterian, University of Glasgow in association with Paul Holberton Pub..

 

Blécourt, W. d. (1994). “Witch doctors, Soothsayers and Priests: on Cunning Folk in European Historiography.” Social History 19: 285-303.

 

Bliquez, L. J. (1982). “Roman Surgical Instruments in the Johns Hopkins University Institute of the History of Medicine.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 56: 195-217.

 

Bliss, M. (1984). Banting; A Biography. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart.

 

Bliss, M. (1999). William Osler: A Life in Medicine. Oxford and New York, Oxford University Press.

 

Bliss, Michael (2007). Harvey Cushing: A Life in Surgery. U Toronto Press.

Bliss, Michael (2011). The making of modern medicine: turning points in the treatment of disease. Toronto, Ont.: University of Toronto Press.

 

Bloch, H. (1992). “Concurrent phenomena of science and history in the 17th century and their essential interdependence.” Journal of the National Medical Association 84: 529-32.

 

Bloch, M. (1973). The Royal Touch: Sacred Monarchy and Scrofula in England and France. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul.

 

Blum, Deborah (2010). The poisoner's handbook: murder and the birth of forensic medicine in Jazz Age New York. New York: Penguin Group USA.,  2010.

 

Bonner, T. N. (1992). To the Ends of the Earth: Women's Search for Education in Medicine. Cambridge Mass.,  Harvard University Press.

 

Borris, Kenneth and George Rousseau, eds. (2008). The sciences of homosexuality in early modern Europe. London; New York: Routledge.

 

Bourgeault, Ivy Lynn (2006). Push!: the struggle for midwifery in Ontario. Montreal: McGill Queen's University Press.

 

Brandt, A. M. (1991). “Emerging themes in the history of medicine.” Milbank Quarterly 69(2): 199-214.

 

Brandt, Allan M. (1987) No magic bullet : a social history of venereal disease in the United States since 1880 2nd ed. New York : Oxford University Press, 1987

 

Brandt, Allan M. (2007). The cigarette century: the rise , fall and deadly persistence of the product that defined America. New York: Basic.

 

Braudel, F. (1980). On History. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

 

Brieger, G. (1993). “Historiography of Medicine,” in W. F. Bynum and Roy Porter, eds. Companion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine London and New York: Routledge, vol. 1, pp. 24-45

 

Brieger, Gert H. (2004). Bodies and borders: a new cultural history of medicine. Perspectives in Biology & Medicine. 47(3):402-21, 2004.

 

Broman, T. (1990). “Problems and Methods in the History of Medicine: book review.” Isis 81: 554-5.

 

Brown, S. E. (1997). “'Oh don't you envy us our privileged lives?' a review of the disability culture movement.” Disability and Rehabilitation 19: 339-349.

 

Brown, T. E. (1994). “Dance of the Dialectic? Some Reflections (Polemic and Otherwise) on the Present State of Nineteenth-Century Asylum Studies.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 11: 267-95.

 

Brown, Thomas (2000). “Has the History of Canadian Medicine Come of Age?” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 17(1-2): 7-22.
  

Brumberg, J. J. (1988). Fasting Girls: The Emergence of Anorexia Nervosa as a Modern Disease. Cambridge mass, Harvard University Press.

 

Bryant JM. (2000) On sources and narratives in historical social science: a realist critique of positivist and postmodernist epistemologies. British Journal of Sociology. 51(3):489-523, 2000 Sep.

 

Burke, Peter (2001) "Overture; the New History, Its past and Its Future." New Perspectives on Historical Writing. Ed. Peter Burke. Cambridge: Polity Press, 1991. 1-24.

 

Burke, Peter (2001), ed.  New Perspectives on Historical Writing, 2nd ed. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

 

Burke, Peter (2001). Eyewitnessing; The Uses of Images asHistorical Evidence. Ithaca: Cornell UP

 

Burke, Peter (2003). Images as Evidence in Seventeenth-Century Europe J History of Ideas v. 64, no. 2, 273-96

 

Burnham, J. C. (1993). “The Past of the Future of Medicine.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67: 1-27.

 

Burnham, J. C. (1996). “The Fielding H. Garrison Lecture: How the Concept of Profession Evolved in the Work of Historians of Medicine.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70: 1-24 (see also Med Hist supplement 1998).

 

Burnham, John C (1999). "A Brief History of Medical Practitioners and Professional Historians as Writers of Medical History." Health and History 1: 250-73.

 

Burnham, John C. (2009). Accident prone: a history of technology, psychology, and misfits of the machine age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

 

Butterfield, H. (1931). The Whig Interpretation of History. London, Bell.

 

Butterfield, H. (1959). Moral Judgements in History [from History and Human Relations,1931]. The Philsophy of History in Our Time. H. Meyerhoff. New York, Doubleday Anchor: 228-249.

 

Bynum, W. F. et al, eds. (2006). The western medical tradition: 1800 to 2000. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

 

Byrne, Katherine (2011).  Tuberculosis and the Victorian literary imagination. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Canaday M. (2009). Thinking sex in the transnational turn: an introduction. American Historical Review  114 (5): 1250-7.  WHOLE ISSUE ABOUT SEXUALITY IN WORLD REGIONS

 

Cantor, D. (1992). “Contracting Cancer: The Politics of Comissioned Histories.” Social History of Medicine 5: 131-42.

 

Carr, I. and R. E. Beamish (1999). Manitoba Medicine; A Brief History. Winnipeg, Univesity of Manitoba Press.

 

Carter, K. C. (1982). “On the Decline of Bloodletting in Nineteenth-Century Medicine.” Journal of Psychoanalytic Anthropology 5: 219-34.

 

Carter, K. C. (1995). “Essay Review. Toward A Rational History of Medical Science.” Studies in the HIstory and Philosophy of Science 26(3): 493-502.

 

Carter, K. C. (2003). The Rise of Causal Concepts of Disease. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate.

 

Cellard, A. (1991). Histoire de la Folie au Québec de 1600-1850: le desordre. Montreal, Boréal.

 

Chalmers I. (2008). Historians and the history of medicine. Lancet  372 (9650): 1632. READ WITH KUSHNER

 

Christianson, Paul (1991). Patterns of Historical Interpretation. Objectivity, Method and Point of View: Essays in the Philosophy of History. W. J. van der Dussen and L. Rubinoff. Leiden, Brill.

 

Church, O. M. (1987). “Historiography in Nursing Research.” Western Journal of Nursing Research 8: 275-9.

 

Citrome, Jeremy J.  (2006). The surgeon in medieval English literature. New York; Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Clarke, E., Ed. (1971). Modern Methods in the History of Medicine. London, Athlone Press of the University of London.

 

Clive, J. (1989). The Great Historians in the Age of Cliometrics. Not By Fact Alone. J. Clive. New york, Knopf: 15-17, 297-307.

 

Clow, Barbara (2001). Negotiating Disease: Power and Cancer Care, 1900-1950. Montreal, McGill Queen's UP.

 

Cohn SK Jr. (2002) The Black Death: end of a paradigm. American Historical Review. 107(3):703-38, 2002 Jun.

 

Cohn, Samuel Kline (2010). Cultures of plague: medical thinking at the end of the Renaissance. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Collin, J. (1994). “Les demandes de mise en vente des médicaments en France ą la fin du XIXe siŹcle.” Cahiers du Centre de Recherche Historique 12: 33-51.

 

Collin, J. (1995). Changement d'ordonnance: mutations professionelles, identité sociale et feminisation de la profession pharmaceutique. Montreal, Boréal.

 

Collingwood, R. G. (1939). Question and Answer, chapter 5. Autobiography. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

 

Collingwood, R. G. (1946 ) “The Historical Imagination” in The Idea of History [1946]. London, Oxford, New York, Oxford University Press, 1968.

 

Comacchio, Cynthia R. (1993) Nations are built of babies : saving Ontario’s mothers and children, 1900-1940 Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press.

 

Comacchio C. (2000) "The history of us": social science, history, and the relations of family in Canada. Labour-Le Travail. 46:167-220, 2000.

 

Comacchio, Cynthia, Janet Golden and George Weisz, eds. (2008). Healing the world's children: interdisciplinary perspectives on child health in the twentieth century. Montreal, QC; Kingston, Ont.: McGill-Queen's University Press.

 

Condrau, Flurin and Michael Worboys, eds. (2010). Tuberculosis then and now: perspectives on the history of an infectious disease. Montreal; Ithaca: McGill-Queen's University Press.

 

Connolly, Cynthia A. (2008).  Saving sickly children: the tuberculosis preventorium in American life, 1909-1970. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

 

Connor, J. T. H. (1989). Minority Medicine in Ontario, 1795-1903, University of Waterloo.

 

Connor, J. T. H. (1990). “Review Essay: Hospital History in Canada and the United States.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 7: 93-104.

 

Connor, J. T. H. and J. J. Connor (1991). “Medical and Related Museums, Historic Sites, and Exhibits in Ontario: An Annotated Guide and Review.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 8: 101-119.

 

Connor, J.T.H. (2000), Doing good : the life of Toronto’s General Hospital Toronto University of Toronto Press.

 

Cook, H. J. (1990). “Correspondence.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 45(1 January): 99.

 

Cook, H. J. (1994). Trials of an Ordinary Doctor: Joannes Groenevelt in Seventeenth-Century London. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

 

Cook, Harold John (2007). Matters of exchange: commerce, medicine, and science in the Dutch Golden Age. New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press.

 

Cooper, D. K. C.(David K. C.). (2010). Open heart: the radical surgeons who revolutionized medicine. New York: Kaplan Pub..

 

Cooter, R. (1984). The Cultural Meaning of Popular Science: Phrenology and the Organization of Consent. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

 

Cooter, R., Ed. (1988). Studies in the History of Alternative Care. New York, St. Martin's.

 

Cooter, R. (1990). “Medicine and the Goodness of War.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History / Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine 7: 147-59.

 

Cooter, R., Ed. (1992). In the Name of the Child: Health and Welfare 1880-1940. London, New York, Routledge.

 

Cordell, D. D. and J. W. Gregory (1980). “Demographic History in Africa.” Revue canadienne des études africaines / Canadian Journal of African Studies 14: 389-416.

 

Corbellini G and Preti C. (2008). Toward an evolutionary historiography and epistemology of medicine. The legacy of Mirko Grmek. Medicina Nei Secoli  20 (3): 965-83.

 

“Correspondence.” (1990) Canadian Bulletin of Medical History  7(2): 121-30..

 

Cotti P. (2008). Freud and history before 1905: from defending to questioning the theory of a glorious past. Psychoanalysis & History  10 (1): 3-19.

 

Craig, B. (1991). “A Guide to Historical Records in Hospitals in London England and Ontario, Canada, 1800-ca. 1950. Part 1: An Overview of the Continuities and Changes in the Content and the Forms of Records.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 8: 263-287.

 

Craig, B. (1992). “A Guide to Historical Records in Hospitals in London England and Ontario, Canada, 1800-ca. 1950. Part 2: A Consolidated List of Records.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 9: 71-141.

 

Crellin, J. K. (1994). Home Medicine: The Newfoundland Experience. Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press.

 

Crowley, T., Ed. (1988). Clio's Craft: A Primer of Historical Methods. Toronto, Copp-Clark Pitman.

 

Cunningham, Andrew (2010). The anatomist anatomis'd: an experimental discipline in Enlightenment Europe. Farnham, Surrey, England; Burlington, VTAshgate.

 

Curtis, Bruce (2000). The politics of population : state formation, statistics, and the census of Canada, 1840-1875 Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2000

 

D'Antonio P. (2006). History for a practice profession. Nursing Inquiry  13 (4): 242-8.

 

D’Antonio, Patricia et al., ed. (2007). Nurses' work: issues across time and place. New York: Springer Pub..

 

Dauben J.W, Gleason M.L. and Smith G.E. (2009). Seven decades of history of science: I. Bernard Cohen (1914-2003), second editor of Isis. Isis  100 (1): 4-35.

 

Davidson J.R, Connor K.M and Swartz M. (2006). Mental illness in U.S. Presidents between 1776 and 1974: a review of biographical sources. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease  194 (1): 47-51.

 

Davis, A. B. (1981). Medicine and Its Technology: An Introduction to the History of Medical Instrumentation. Westport Conn, Greenwood Press.

 

Debus, A. G. (1984). “History With a Purpose: The Fate of Paracelsus.” Pharmacy in History 26: 83-96.

 

Dowling, William C. (2006). Oliver Wendell Holmes in Paris: medicine, theology, and the Autocrat of the breakfast table. Hanover: University Press of New England; Durham, N.H.: University of New Hampshire.

 

Dray, W. H. (1989). On History and Philosophers of History. Leiden, New York, Kopenhagen, Cologne, E.J. Brill.

 

Drees L.M. (2010). The Nanaimo and Charles Camsell Indian Hospitals: First Nations' narratives of health care, 1945 to 1965. Histoire Sociale-Social History  43 (85): 165-91.

 

Dressel, Holly Jewell (2008). Who killed the Queen?: the story of a community hospital and how to fix public health care. Montreal, QC; Kingston, Ont.: McGill-Queen's University Press.

 

Duby, G. (1994). History Continues. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

 

Duffin, J. (1988). “Sick Doctors: Bayle and Laennec on Their Own Phthisis.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 43: 165-82.

 

Duffin, J. (1992). “The Death of Sarah Lovell and the Constrained Feminism of Emily Stowe.” Canadian Medical Association Journal 146: 881-8.

 

Duffin, J. (1993). Langstaff; A Nineteenth-Century Medical Life. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

 

Duffin, J. (1994). The Illustration and Non-Illustration of Medical Texts, 1650-1850. Muse and Reason: the Relation of Arts and Science, 1650-1950 A Royal Society Symposium. B. Castel, J. Leith and A. W. Riley. Kingston, Queen's Quarterly.

 

Duffin, J. (1996). “Soldiers' Work; Soldiers' Health: Morbidity, Mortality, and their Causes in an 1840s British Garrison.” Labour/Le Travail.

 

Duffin, J. (1998). To See with a Better Eye; A Life of R.T.H. Laennec. Princeton NJ, Princeton University Press.

 

Duffin, J. (2004). “A Hippocratic Triangle; History, Clinician-Historians, and Future Doctors.” Huisman, Frank and John Harley Warner, 2005. Locating Medical History; the Stories and their Meaning. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U P, pp. 432-459.

 

Duffin, J. (2005a).  Lovers and Livers; Disease Concepts in History (Toronto: U Toronto Press).

 

Duffin, J. (2005b) Clio in the Clinic (New York and Toronto: Oxford UP; Toronto UP).

 

Duffin, Jacalyn. (2007). “’La Mauvaise Herbe’”; Unwanted Biographies Both Small,  in Thomas Soderqvist, ed. The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography. Aldershot; Ashgate, pp. 185-198.

 

Duffin, Jacalyn (2009).  Medical miracles: doctors, saints, and healing in the modern world. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Duffin, J. and A. Li (1995). “Great Moments: Parke, Davis, and Co and the Creation of Medical Art.” Isis.

 

Duffin, Jacalyn and Arthur Sweetman, eds. (2006). SARS in context: memory, history, policy. Kingston, Ont.: School of Policy Studies, Queen's University; McGill-Queen's University Press.

 

Dunn, M. (1983). A Directory of Medical Archives in Ontario. Toronto, Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine.

 

Durbach N. (2002) The social history of British medicine: an essay review. Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences. 57(4):484-90,  Oct.

 

Edginton, B. (1994). Health, Disease, and Medicine in Canada. Toronto, Harcourt Brace.

 

Edmundson, J. M. (1991). “Groves Amputation Knife.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 8: 289-291.

 

Edmundson, J. M. (1993). “Learning from the artifact: Surgical instruments and resources in the history of medicine and medical technology.” Caduceus 9 (2 Autumn): 87-95.

 

Ehrenreich, B. and D. English (1978). For Her Own Good: 150 Years of Experts' Advice to Women. Garden Citty, N.Y., Anchor.

 

El Hai, Jack .( 2005). The Lobotomist.  A Maverick Medical Genius and his Tragic Quest to Rid the World of Mental Illness. Hoboken NJ: Wiley.

 

Elliott, Lynne (2006). Medieval medicine and the plague. New York, NY: Crabtree Pub..

 

Elshakry M. (2010). When science became Western: historiographical reflections. Isis  101 (1): 98-109.

 

Epstein, J. (1992). “Historiography, diagnosis, poetics.” Literature and Medicine 11: 23-44.

 

Evans, J. A. S. (1991). Herodotus: Explorer of the Past. Princeton, Princeton University Press.

 

Fairman, Julie (2008). Making room in the clinic: nurse practitioners and the evolution of modern health care. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.   

 

Fairman J, D'Antonio P, Lynaugh J, Keeling AW, Lewenson S, Connolly C and Whelan JC. (2010). "Medical history and epidemiology: their contribution to the development of public health nursing.". Nursing Outlook  58 (2): 68.

 

Farr, A. D. (1980). “Early opposition to obstetric anesthesia.” Anesthesia 35: 896-907.

 

Farr, A. D. (1983). “Religious opposition to obstetrical anaesthesia: a myth?” Annals of Science 40: 159-77.

 

Farr, R. (1988). “The Shaping of Modern Psychology and the Framing of Historical Accounts.” History of the Human Sciences 1: 113-21.

 

Faure, O. (1990). “The Social History of Health in France: A Survey of Recent Developments.” Social History of Medicine 3: 437-51.

 

Fee, E. and D. Fox (1989). “The Contemporary Historiography of AIDS.” Journal of Social History 23: 303-14.

 

Feldberg, G. D. (1995). Disease and Class: Tuberculosis and the Shaping of North American Society. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press.

 

Ferguson, R. G. (1929). Tuberculosis among the Indians of the Great Canadian Plain. London, Adlard.

 

Ferngren, Gary B. (2009). Medicine & health care in early Christianity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

 

Ferngren, Gary B. Medicine & health care in early Christianity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.

 

Festschrift for Charles E. Rosenberg. (2008). Proceedings of a roundtable. June 18-19, 2004. Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.  Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences  63 (4): 411-522. WHOLE ISSUE IS ABOUT ROSENBERG

 

Figlio, K. (1977). “The Historiography of Scientific Medicine; An Invitation to the Human Sciences.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 19: 262-86.

 

Figlio, K. (1978). “Chlorosis and Chronic Disease in Nineteenth-Century Britain; The Social Construction of Somatic Illness in Capitalist Society.” Social History 3: 167-97.

 

Finger, Stanley (2006). Doctor Franklin's medicine. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006.

 

Fischer, D. H. (1970). Historians' Fallacies: Toward a Logic of Historical Thought. New York, San Francisco, Hagerstown, and London, Harper Row, Colphon.

 

Fleck, L. (1979). Genesis and Development of a Scientific Fact. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

 

Fleming, P. R. (1997). Preface. A Short History of Cardiology. Amsterdam and Atlanta GA, Rodopi: ix-xviii.

 

Foertsch, Jacqueline (2008). Bracing accounts: the literature and culture of polio in postwar America. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

 

Foucault, M. (1973). Introduction. Birth of the Clinic; An Archeology of Medical Perception. London, Tavistock: xii-xix.

 

Fox, D. M. and C. Lawrence (1988). Photographing Medicine: Images and Power in Britain since 1840. Westport, Conn, Greenwood.

 

France, Peter ,and William St Clair, Eds. (2002). Mapping Lives: The Uses of Biography. Oxford and New York, Oxford U P for the British Academy.

 

Frank, Richard (2003). “Fracastoro: Poetry vs Prose. “ International Journal of the Classical Tradition: vol 9, no. 4, 524-534.

 

Freedman, Lori (2010). Willing and unable: doctors' constraints in abortion care. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

 

Freeman, E. J. (1996). “Obituary: Edwin Clarke, MD FRCP, 1919-1996.” Medical History 40: 498-501.

 

Freidson, E. (1970). Profession of Medicine; A Study of the Sociology of Applied Knowledge. New York, Harper Row.

 

Gaffield, C. (1988). Theory and Method in Canadian Historical Demography. Clio's Craft: A Primer of Historical Methods. T. Crowley. Toronto, Copp-Clark Pitman: 163-178.

 

Gagan, D. (1989). “For 'Patients of Moderate Means': The Transformation of Ontario's Public General Hospitals, 1880-1950.” Canadian Historical Review 70: 151-179.

 

Gagan, D. (1990). A Necessity among Us: The Owen Sound General and Marine Hospital, 1891-1985. Toronto, Grey-Bruce Regional Health Centre and the University of Toronto Press.

 

Gagan, D.  and R. Gagan (2002). “For 'Patients of Moderate Means': A Social history of the Voluntary Public General Hospital in Canada, 1890-1950 (Montreal: McGill Queens UP)

 

Gagnon, S. (1982). Man and His Past: the Nature and Role of Historiography. Montreal, Harvest House.

 

Galison, Peter.  (2008). “Focus: Changing Directions in History and Philosophy of Science. Ten Problems.” Isis 99:111-124.

 

Galdston, I., Ed. (1957). On the Utility of Medical History. New York, International Universities Press, Inc.

 

Garza, Randal Paul (2008). Understanding plague: the medical and imaginative texts of medieval Spain. New York: Peter Lang.

 

Gawande, Atul (2007). Better: a surgeon's notes on performance. New York: Metropolitan.

 

Geison, G. L. (1995). The Private Science of Louis Pasteur. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press.

 

Gelfand, T. (1986). “Medical Nemesis, Paris, 1894: Léon Daudet's 'Les Morticoles'.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60: 155-76.

 

Gelfand, T. (1987). The Annales and Medical Historiography: bilan et perspective. Problems and Methods in the History of Medicine. R. Porter and A. Wear. London, Croom Helm: 15-39.

 

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