Hist 482 2011 Class Bibliography

 

 

Arnup, Katherine (1994). "Raising the Dionne Quintuplets: Lessons for Modern Mothers." Journal of Canadian Studies 29, no. 4.

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

Comacchio, Cynthia, The infinite bonds of family : domesticity in Canada, 1850-1940. Toronto: U Toronto Press, 1999

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.

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.

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

Crawford, Dorothy H. Deadly companions: how microbes shaped our lives. Oxford U Press, 2007.

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.

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.

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

Gilbert, Robert E. (1992). The mortal presidency : illness and anguish in the White House. New York : BasicBooks.

Ginzburg, Carlo (1989). Clues: Roots of an evidential paradigm [1986]. In Clus, Myths, an the Historical Method, edited by C. Ginzburg. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Hackett, P. (2002), A Very Remarkable Sickness: Disease and Epidemics in the Petit Nord, 1670-1846 (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press)

Hamlin, Christopher (2009). Cholera : the biography. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press.

Haslam, David W. (2009).  Fat, gluttony, and sloth: obesity in medicine, art, and literature. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Heaman, E. A., Alison Li and Shelley McKeller, eds. (2008). Essays in honour of Michael Bliss: figuring the social. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Helman, Cecil (2000). Culture, Health and Illness. Oxford UP

Henderson, John (2006). The Renaissance hospital: healing the body and healing the soul. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Heston, Leonard L. and Renate Heston (1979). The medical casebook of Adolf Hitler : his illnesses, doctors, and drugs. New York : Stein and Day.

Historical Methods (2000) vol, 33 no. 4 whole issue devoted to methods related to Canada Census 1901

Holt, Mack P., ed. (2006). Alcohol: a social and cultural history. Oxford; New York: Berg.

Hudson, R. (1980). Disease and Its Control; The Shaping of Modern Thought. Westport CN, Greenwood.

Jarcho, S. (1989). “Some observations and opinions on the present state of American medical historiography.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 44(3 July): 288-90.

Jones, J. H. (1993). Bad Blood: The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment. New York, Free Press.

Kuhn, T. S. (1962). The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Lafleur, William R. et al. ed. (2007). Dark medicine: rationalizing unethical medical research. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Lederer, S. (1995). Subjected to Science: Human Research in America before the Second World War. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Lindemann, Mary (2010). Medicine and society in early modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Loewy, E. H. (1985). “Teaching the history of medicine to medical students.” Journal of Medical Education 60(September): 692-5.

Marijuana – Oral history—I cannot find the reference. Eric Good?

McNeill, W. H. (1986). Mythistory and Other Essays. Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press.

McVaugh, M.R. (1993) Medicine before the plague : practitioners and their patients in the crown of Aragon, 1285-1345. New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press.

Meyerowitz J. (2009). Transnational sex and U.S. history. American Historical Review  114 (5): 1273-86.

Mitchinson, W. (1991). The Nature of Their Bodies; Women and Their Doctors in Victorian Canada. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

Mukherjee, Siddhartha (2010). The emperor of all maladies : a biography of cancer. New York : Scribner.

Muller, H. J. (1952). Uses of the Past. New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Nuland, S. B. (1989). Doctors: The Biography of Medicine. New York, Vintage.

Porter, R. and A. Wear, Eds. (1987). Problems and Methods in the History of Medicine. London, Croom Helm.

Reaume, G. (2000). Remembrance of Patients Past: Patient Life at Toronto Hospital for the Insane. Oxford University Press, Don Mills Ont.

Risse, G. B. (1979). “Epidemics and Medicine: The Influence of Disease on Medical Thought and Practice.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 53: 505-19.

Roland, C. G. (1995). Harold Segall. Toronto, Hannah Institute.

Rosenberg, C. E. (1989). The Care of Strangers: the Rise of the American Hospital System. New York, Basic.

Rosenberg, C. E., Ed. (1992). Explaining Epidemics and Other Studies in the History of Medicine. Cambrdige, Cambridge University Press.

Rosenberg, Charles E. (2007). Our present complaint: American medicine, then and now. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Rutherdale, Myra, ed. (2010). Caregiving on the periphery: historical perspectives on nursing and midwifery in Canada. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Sherwood, J. (1995). “Treating Syphilis: The Wetnurse as Technology in an Eighteenth-Century Parisian Hospital.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 50: 315-339.

Shortt, S. E. D. (1986). Victorian Lunacy Richard M. Bucke and the Practice of Late Nineteenth-Century Psychiatry. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Spaulding, W. B. (1990). “How can university presses publish Canadian medical history. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History / Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine 7(1): 5-7.

Spitz, Vivien (2005). Doctors from hell : the horrific account of Nazi experiments on humans. Boulder, CO : Sentient Publications.

Stafford, Barbara (1992). Body Criticism: Imaging the Unseen in Enlightenment Art and Medicine. Cambridge, Mass, M.I.T. Press.

Strong-Boag, Veronica (1980). Woman with a Purpose: The Diaries of Elizabeth Smith-Shortt, 1872-1884. U Toronto Press

Tesher, Ellie. (1999) The Dionnes, Toronto: Doubleday.

Tesson, Geoffrey et al. eds. (2009). The making of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine: a case study in the history of medical education. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Twohig, Peter (2005). Labour in the laboratory: medical laboratory workers in the Maritimes, 1900-1950. McGill Queen’s  UP.

Upchurch, Charles (2009).  Before Wilde: sex between men in Britain's age of reform. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Weaver, John and David Wright, eds.(2009).  Histories of suicide: international perspectives on self-destruction in the modern world. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Weisz G. 2009. Don Bates: the medical historian as educator, activist, and historian of science. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History  26 (1): 11-22.

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