Program in the History of Medicine

The Program in the History of Medicine explores the body and its cultural contexts from the early modern period to the present. It covers a range of subdisciplines, including visual culture, gender, history of the book, and historical epistemology, and seeks to educate the medical community about the theory and practice of medicine and science across the centuries. A commitment to scholarly rigor and interdisciplinary experiment, and an ecumenical embrace of historical methods and evidence guide the program's original scholarship.

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