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History of Medicine Finding Aids Consortium


History of the Health Sciences World Wide Web Links

National Library of Medicine: History of Medicine Division

National Library of Medicine: HISTLINE


History of Science Society

American Association for the History of Medicine

American Osler Society

Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine

European Association for the History of Medicine and Health

The Medical Heritage Library


History of Science/Science Studies Reference Sources

WWW Virtual Library for the History of Science, Technology & Medicine

National Library of Medicine: Images from the History of Medicine

Library of Congress: American Memory

Google Books


Google Image Database

August 26 Monday

“Ancient Egyptians and modern medicine.” Reprinted from April 15, 1911 issue of JAMA. JAMA, 2011, 305(15): 1602.

Aufderheide, Arthur C. “Progress in soft tissue paleopathology.” JAMA, 2000, 284(20): 2571-2573.
Burnham, John C. Garrison Lecture: How the Concept of Profession Evolved in the Work of Historians of Medicine.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1996 (70): 1-24.
Maulitz, Russell C. “Burn this book?” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1997 (71): 112-119.
King, L.S. "Of what use is medical history?" Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1977 (51): 107-116.
Rosenberg, Charles E. “What Is Disease? In Memory of Owsei Temkin.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 2003 (77): 491-505.
Risse, G. R. "The role of medical history in the education of the 'humanist' physician: A re-evaluation." Journal of Medical Education 1975 (50): 458-465.
Rosen, G. "A theory of medical historiography." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1940 (8): 655-665.
Rosenberg, Charles E. "The medical profession, medical practice, and the history of medicine.” In Modern Methods in the History of Medicine. London: Athlane Press, 1971, pp. 22-35.
Clarke, Edwin. "The history of scientific and social medicine." Modern Methods in the History of Medicine, pp. 194-210.
Brieger, Gert. "The historiography of medicine." in Companion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine. v. 1, pp. 24-44.
Joy, Robert J. T. “On writing medical history.” Annals of Diagnostic Pathology 1997 (1): 130-137.
Worthington, Martin. “Planets, livers and omens in Mesopotamia.” Early Science and Medicine, 2004, 9(2): 136-143.
Rosenberg, Charles E. “Erwin H. Ackerknecht, Social Medicine, and the History of Medicine.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 2007 (81): 511-532.
Pickstone, John V. “Sketching together the modern histories of science, technology, and medicine.” ISIS 2011, 102 (1): 123-133.
Reznick, Jeffrey S. “Perspectives from the History of Medicine Division of the United States National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.” Medical History, 2011, 55: 413-418.
Horden, Peregrine. “Prefatory note: the uses of medical manuscripts.” Zipser, Barbara. Medical Books in the Byzantine World. Bologna: Eikasmos Online II, 2013. p. 1-6.

Christina Warinner: Tracking ancient diseases using ... plaque

Nikita, E.; et. al. “Evidence of trephinations among the Garamantes, a late Holocene Saharan population.” International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2013, 23: 370-377.
Kwiecinski, Jakub. “The dawn of medicine: Ancient Egypt and Athotis, the king-physician.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 2013, 56(1): 99-104.
Huyler, Frank. “The woman in the mirror: Humanities in medicine.” Academic Medicine, 2013, 88(7): 918-920.
August 28 Wednesday

Medicine and Health Care Prior to the Ancient Greeks
Medicine and Western Civilization. “The Bible.” p. 11.
Dulles, Charles W. “The treatment of hydrophobia, historically and practically considered.” JAMA, 1884, 3(7): 169-180.

Von Klein, C. H. “Jewish hygiene and diet, the Talmud and various other Jewish writings heretofore untranslated.” JAMA, 1884, 3(13): 345-352.

Clarke, Augustus P. “Origin and development of modern gynecology.” JAMA, 1900. 18(6): 153-156.

“The physician in the Bible and the Talmud.” JAMA, 25(22): 962-963.

Scurlock. JoAnn. “Physician, exorcist, conjurer, magician: A tale of two healing professions.” In Mesopotamian Magic Textual, Historical, and Interpretative Perspectives, Pp. 69-79.

Majno, Guido. The Healing Hand. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1975, ch. 1-3.
Rothschild, Bruce M. "Advances in detecting disease in earlier human populations." In Skeletal Biology of Past Peoples: Research Methods, pp. 131-151.***
Allan, Nigel. “The physician in ancient Israel: his status and function.” Medical History 2001 (45): 377-394.

Geller, Mark. “A Babylonian Perspective on Greek Medicine.” Medical History 2006 (50): 392-395,

Craik, E. M. “Hippocratic Bodily “Channels” and Oriental parallels.” Medical History 2009 (53): 105-116.

Adamson, P. B. “Medical complications associated with security and control of prisoners of war in the ancient near east.” Medical History 1990 (34): 311-319.

Lloyd, G.E.R. "The transformation of ancient medicine." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1992 (66): 114-132.

Miller, R. L. “Palaeoepidemiology, literacy, and medical tradition among necropolis workman in New Kingdom Egypt.” Medical History 1991 (35): 1-24.

Adamson, P. B. “Surgery in ancient Mesopotamia.” Medical History 1991 (34): 428-435.

Nutton, Vivian. “Medical thoughts on urban pollution.” In Death and Disease in the Ancient City, pp. 65-73.

Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus


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