• Publications
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The uses of a diagnosis: doctors, patients, and neurasthenia.
  • B. Sicherman
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the history of medicine and allied…
  • 1977
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Alice Hamilton, a life in letters
Introduction 1. The Hamiltons of Fort Wayne 2. Medical Training, 1890-1894 3. "I Shall Know, Being Old": Career and Family, 1895-1897 4. Hull House, 1897-1907 5. Exploring the Dangerous Trades,Expand
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Science and Gender
ings. Needham, gaining in experience and attracting ever new collaborators, shows how rich is this unexploited mass of materials. Again and again, reading his work, my eyes would be drawn to theExpand
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The quest for mental health in America, 1880-1917
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The paradox of prudence: mental health in the gilded age.
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The paradox of prudence: mental health in the gilded age.
iHYSICIANS in the late-nineteenth century took the lead in telling the American public what must be done to prevent mental illness and to promote mental health. If the advocates of "mentalExpand
Alice Hamilton: A Life in Letters@@@Two Sisters for Social Justice: A Biography of Grace and Edith Abbott
Contemporaries of Jane Addams, tackled issues of suffrage, workers rights, child labor laws, juvenial deliquency, prostitution, and immigration. Grace worked with the U.S. Children's Bureau and EdithExpand
Ethel B. Weed
Reading and ambition: M.Carey Thomas and female heroism
[T]HE FACT IS," FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD MINNIE THOMAS DECLARED in 1871: "I don't care much for any thing except dreaming about being grand & noble & famous but that I can never be." She did become famousExpand
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