2.924: women in medicine; revolutions (109)

Wed, 3 May 89 19:59:08 EDT

Humanist Mailing List, Vol. 2, No. 924. Wednesday, 3 May 1989.

(1) Date: 3 May 1989 (71 lines)
From: Wilhelm Ott <ZRSZOT1@DTUZDV2>
Subject: "Women in Medicine":

(2) Date: Tue, 2 May 89 23:16:00 EDT (14 lines)
From: Martin Ryle <RYLE@urvax.urich.edu>
Subject: RE: 2.918: revolutions, cont. (50)

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Date: 3 May 1989
From: Wilhelm Ott <ZRSZOT1@DTUZDV2>
Subject: "Women in Medicine":

[The following arrived with truncated lines, but since the missing words
are not crucial for finding the items listed, I am passing on this very
useful bibliography without further fuss. --W.M.]

I have forwarded the enquiries about women in medicine to
the Director of the Institut fuer Geschichte der Medizin
of our university, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fichtner. Here is
a bibliography he supplied. Wilhelm Ott


Literature: "Women in Medicine":

Alic, M.: Hypatia's heritage: a history of women in science from antiquity to th

Chaff, Sandra L.; Haimbach, Ruth; Fenichel, Carol; Woodside, Nina B.: Women in m
Review: Med. Hist. 22(1978), S. 461.
Review: Isis 70(1979), S. 295f. (Mandelbaum, Dorothy Rosenthal)
Review: Clio Med. 16(1981), S. 155.

Davis, Audrey B.: Bibliography on Women: with special emphasis on their roles in
Review: J. Hist. Med. 31(1976), S. 237 (Overmier, Judith).

Davis, N. Z.; Conway, J. K.: Society and the sexes: a bibliography of women's hi

Donegan, Jane B.: Women and Men Midwives. Medicine, Morality, and Misogyny in Ea
Review: Med. Hist. 24(1980), S. 118.
Review: Clio Med. 14(1980), S. 149f. (Morantz, Regina Markell).
Review: Bull. Hist. Med. 55(1981), S. 297f. (Leavitt, Judith Walzer).

Donnison, Jean: Midwives and medical men. A history of inter-professional rivalr
Review: Med. Hist. 22(1978), S. 98.
Review: Clio Med. 16(1981), S. 162f. (Donegan, Jane B.).

Ehrenreich, B.; English, D.: Witches, Midwives and Nurses. A History of Woman He

Ehrenreich, Barbara; English, Deirdre: Witches, Midwives and Nurses: A History o
Review: Med. Educ. 11(1977), S. 358-359 (Maclean, Una).

Herzenberg, Caroline L.: Women Scientists from Antiquity to the Present: An Inde
Review: Isis 78(1987), S. 315f. (Koblitz, Ann Hibner).

In Her Own Words: Oral Histories of Woman Physicians. Ed. by }Regina Markell Mor
Review: J. Hist. Med. 38(1983), S. 472f. (Olch, Peter D.).
Review: Bull. Hist. Med. 57(1983), S. 638f. (Cangi, Ellen C.).

Morantz-Sanchez, Regina Markell: Sympathy and Science: Women Physicians in Ameri
Review: Isis 77(1986), S. 175f. (Leavitt, Judith W.).
Review: J. Hist. Med. 41(1986), S. 352-355 (Cayleff, Susan E.).
Review: Bull. Hist. Med. 60(1986), S. 602f. (Reverby, Susan).
Review: Hist. Philos. Life Sc. 10(1988), S. 401-403 (Duffin, Jacalyn).

Ogilvie, Marilyn Bailey: Women in Science, Antiquity Through the Nineteenth Cent
Review: Isis 78(1987), S. 315f. (Koblitz, Ann Hibner).

Walsh, Mary Roth: Doctors Wanted: No Women Need Apply: Sexual Barriers in the Me
Review: J. Hist. Med. 33(1978), S. 104f. (Leavitt, Judith Walzer).
Review: Med. Hist. 22(1978), S. 217.
Review: Isis 69(1978), S. 105f. (Bullough, Vern L.).
Review: Clio Med. 13(1978), S. 84 (Ackerknecht, Erwin H›einz!).

Women and Health: The Politics of Sex in Medicine. Ed. by }Elizabeth Fee{. Farmi
Review: Bull. Hist. Med. 58(1984), S. 613f. (Golden, Janet).

Women and Health in America: Historical Readings. Ed. by }Judith Walzer Leavitt{
Review: Isis 76(1985), S. 112f. (Jones, Daniel P.).
Review: Med. Hist. 29(1985), S. 113.
Review: J. Hist. Med. 40(1985), S. 495f. (Dwork, Deborah).

Women Physicians of the World. Autobiographies of Medical Pioneers. Ed. by }Leon
Review: Bull. Hist. Med. 53(1979), S. 632 (Thibodeau, Doris).
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Date: Tue, 2 May 89 23:16:00 EDT
From: Martin Ryle <RYLE@urvax.urich.edu>
Subject: RE: 2.918: revolutions, cont. (50)

Re the great debate over whose revolution was best for all: Perhaps we
should take another look at the work of RR Palmer, who argued that the events
of the lat18th and early 19th centuries in Europe and the Americas should be
considered an Atlantic revolution, generally resulting in the transition to less
profoundly feudal societies in the affected countries.

Martin Ryle
Prof. of History
University of Richmond, Virginia