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Women and the Practice of Medical Care in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1800
Acknowledgements Introduction The Medieval Contribution New Medical Regulations and their Impact on Female Healers Early Modern notions of Women: Contradictory Views on Women as Healers MedicalExpand
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Women's History as Scientists: A Guide to the Debates
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Motherly Medicine: Domestic Healers and Apothecaries
‘Medicine began at home’, aptly wrote historian Keith Thomas,1 and ‘Lay medical practice was centred on the family.’ Indeed, self-medication and healing were commonplace in the Early Modern period:Expand
The Healing Care of Nurses
Throughout history, nurses have played a significant yet often overlooked role within the healing community,1 either ignored or disparaged by historians of medicine. Gender has unquestionably playedExpand
Deborah Dolan Hunt, Fast Facts About the Nursing Profession: Historical Perspectives in a Nutshell (New York: Springer, 2017), pp. xvii + 154, $35.00, paperback, ISBN: 978-0-8261-3138-6.
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finally preserved the banding chromosomes as a useful representation of the whole picture. This was useful for patients, clinicians and geneticists alike. The history of genetic mapping develops asExpand
Women and Work in Eighteenth-Century France ed. by Daryl M. Hafter and Nina Kushner (review)
European Union, or Google. But in the pre-revolutionary era, the state is prenational, not transnational, even when it included multiple nationalities. It is a legal entity, not a territorial one,Expand
A Review of “Reimagining Politics After the Terror: The Republican Origins of French Liberalism”
political change on the lives of Europeans. Drawing on a lifetime of groundbreaking scholarship, Bisson has managed not only to provide a useful corrective to the romantic excesses of proponents ofExpand