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Addison, Heather Ann. Hollywood and the Reducing Craze of the 1920s. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Kansas, 2001.
Keywords: advertisements | film/TV | medicine | social sciences
  
Amm, Marita. “'Die Ignoranten und die (Grössen)-Wahnsinnigen.' Das Bild des Mediziners in der modernen Literatur.” Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift 126 (9 February 2001): 158-160.
Keywords: literature—19th & 20th C | medicine
  
Antonsen, Christopher W. ‘Its character shall not be destroyed': Narrative, Heritage, and Tourism in the Plague Village. Ph.D. Dissertation: The Ohio State University, 2001.
Keywords: folklore | medicine | narrative | plague | tourism
  
Aprile, Marcello. “La lingua della medicina animale.” In Gualdo (Collections), pp. 49-76.
Keywords: medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Arburg, Hans Georg von. “Essais de physiognomonie: La mise en scène critique d'une science précaire dans les écrits de Georg Christoph Lichtenberg.” In Decultot (Collections), pp. 253-280.
Keywords: aesthetics | Georg Christoph Lichtenberg | medicine | visual arts—18th C
  
Athanassoglou, Nina. “Blemished Physiologies: Delacroix, Paganini, and the Cholera Epidemic of 1832.” The Art Bulletin 83, no. 4 (Dec. 2001): 686-710.
Keywords: cholera | Eugène Delacroix | medicine | Niccolo Paganini | visual arts--19th C
  
Baldini, Rossella. “Il sostrato delle fonti nel lessico medico di Zucchero Bencivenni.” In Gualdo (Collections), pp. 293-297.
Keywords: medicine | Zucchero Bencivenni
  
Baldwin, Martha. “Matters Medical.” In Stolzenberg (Collections), pp. 85-92.
Keywords: Athanasius Kircher | medicine | Occult Sciences
  
Bamforth, Iain. “Literature, Medicine, and the Culture Wars.” Lancet 358 (2001): 1361-1364.
Keywords: language | literature—general | medicine | theory
  
Bankl, Hans Christian, C. Reiter, and Hans Bankl. “Medikamente für den jungen Mozart. Die medizinische Behandlung des Kindes Wolfgang durch seinen Vater Leopold Mozart.” Wien klin Wochenschr 113 (2001): 964-968.
Keywords: Leopold Mozart | medicine | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  
Benini, A., and Thomas Sprecher. “Krankheit, Kranksein und Literatur.” Schweizerische Rundschau für Medizin Praxis = Revue Suisse de Médecine Praxis 90 (2001): 1183-1184.
Keywords: death | literature—general | medicine
  
Berger, Pamela. “Sculpted Body Parts from Ancient Healing Sanctuaries in Greece, Italy, and Gaul.” In Berger (Collections), pp. 1-15.
Keywords: | medicine | visual arts—classical | visual arts—medieval
  
Berggren, L. “Ogat är själens fönster: Leonardo Da Vinci om ögat och seendet.” Svensk medicinhistorisk tidskrift 5 (2001): 171-185.
Keywords: Leonardo da Vinci | medicine | vision
  
Bird, Jessalynn. “Texts on Hospitals: Translation of Jacques de Vitry, Historia Occidentalis 29, and Edition of Jacques de Vitry's Sermons to Hospitallers.” In Biller (Collections), pp. 91-108.
Keywords: Jacques de Vitry | medicine
  
Bolton, Gillie. “Literature and Medicine.” Lancet 357 (2001): 1441-1442.
Keywords: education | literature—general | medicine
  
Britt, Elizabeth Carol. Conceiving Normalcy: Rhetoric, Law, and the Double Binds of Infertility. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2001.
Keywords: gender studies | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Brouzas, Dimtrios, Antonios Charakidas, Michael Vasilakis, Panagiotis Nikakis, and Dimitrios Chatzoulis. “Nyctalopia in Antiquity: A Review of the Ancient Greek, Latin, and Byzantine Literature.” Ophthalmology 108 (2001): 1917-1921.
Keywords: literature—classical | medicine | vision
  
Brown, Nik, and Mike Michael. "Switching between Science and Culture in Transpecies Transplantation." Science, Technology, & Human Values, 26 no. 1 (Winter 2001), 3-22.
Keywords: biotechnology | discourse | media | medicine | rhetoric of science | xenotransplantation
  
Bury, Mike. “Illness Narratives: Fact or Fiction?” Sociology of Health and Illness 23 (2001): 263-285.
Keywords: medicine | narrative
  
Cabré. Montserrat. “Toward a History of Us All: Women Physicians and Historians of Medicine.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 120-124.
Keywords: gender studies | medicine
  
Cantor, Norman F. In the Wake of the Plague: The Black Death and the World It Made. New York: Free Press, 2001.
Keywords: black death | medicine | plague | social sciences
  
Clow, Barbara. “Who's Afraid of Susan Sontag? Or, the Myths and Metaphors of Cancer Reconsidered.” Soc Hist Med 14 (2001): 293-312.
Keywords: cancer | medicine | metaphor | popular science | Science Studies | Susan Sontag
  
Conforti, Maria. “Leopardi e la medicina: Prolungamento della vita e concetto di morte.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 121-142.
Keywords: death | Giacomo Leopardi | medicine
  
Cowan, Ruth Schwartz. “Medicine, Technology, and Gender in the History of Prenatal Diagnosis.” In Creager (Collections), pp. 186-196.
Keywords: childbirth | gender studies | medicine
  
Cristiani, Andrea. “'. . . altri su gli egri suda / con argomenti con non seppe Coo.' La medicina in versi tra Barocco e Illuminismo.” In Stella (Collections), pp. 155-233.
Keywords: Agostino Coltellini | Andrea Trimarchi | Camillo Brunori | Francesco Caselli | Lucio Francesco Anderlini | medicine | Pier Francesco Cannet | Tommaso Campailla
  
Cutter, Martha J. “The Writer as Doctor: New Models of Medical Discourse in Charlotte Perkins Gilman's Later Fiction.” L&M 20 (2001): 151-182.
Keywords: Charlotte Perkins Gilman | medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Delon, Michel. “Konzepte der Medizin.” In Glaser (Collections), pp. 293-303.
Keywords: literature—18th C | medicine
  
Dequeker, Jan. “Benign Familial Hypermobility Syndrome and Trendelenburg Sign in a Painting ‘The Three Graces' by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640).” Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 60 (2001): 894-895.
Keywords: medicine | Peter Paul Rubens
  
Dew Taylor, Nancy. “Literature and Medicine.” Lancet 357 (2001): 1442.
Keywords: education | literature—general | medicine
  
Diana, Casey Mary. ‘Addicted to Pleasures': Representing Commodities of Empire and Consumerism in Eighteenth-century English Culture. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2001.
Keywords: addiction | Alexander Pope | Daniel Defoe | drama | literature--18th C | medicine | poetry | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Samuel Richardson
  
Dijck, José van. “Bodyworlds: The Art of Plastinated Cadavers.” Configurations 9 (2001): 99-126.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—20th C
  
Draus, Paul Joseph. Consumed in the City: Observing Tuberculosis in the 1990s. Ph.D. Dissertation: Loyola University of Chicago, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | epidemiology | ethnography | medicine | social sciences | tuberculosis
  
Emery, Alan E. “Self-Portrait with Dr Arrieta (1820) Francisco de Goya.” Clinical Medicine 1 (2001): 501.
Keywords: Francisco de Goya | medicine
  
Emery, Alan E. “The Consultation in Art.” Clinical Medicine 1 (2001): 69.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—general
  
Engelstein, Stefani Brooke. Organs of Meaning: The “Natural” Human Body in Literature and Science of the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Chicago, 2001.
Keywords: E. T. A. Hoffmann | Heinrich von Kleist | medicine | William Blake
  
Feldman, E. W. “Gleanings about Dentistry from the World of Literature (Twenty-Third in a Series).” J Hist Dent 49 (2001): 11-16.
Keywords: dentistry | medicine
  
Fenn, Elizabeth Anne. Pox Americana: The Great Smallpox Epidemic of 1775-82. New York: Hill and Wang, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | popular science | Science Studies | smallpox | social sciences
  
Fernández, Enrique. “'Sola una de vuestras Hermosa manos': Desmembramiento petrarquista y disección anatómica en la venta ( Don Quijote , I, 43).” Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America 21 (Fall 2001): 27-49.
Keywords: Francesco Petrarca | medicine | Miguel de Cervantes
  
Fiorista, F. “Lo scompenso cardiaco nell'arte.” Ital Heart J 2 Supp. (2001): 812-814.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—general
  
Fortunati, Vita. “The Aging Body: A Controversial Imaginary.” In Carpi (Collections), pp. 57-73.
Keywords: aging | literature—20th C | medicine | visual arts—20th C
  
Gilson, Saul B. “Literature and Medicine.” Lancet 357 (2001): 1442.
Keywords: education | literature—general | medicine
  
Giusti, G. “Le malattie infettive nelle novella di Verga e di Pirandello.
Keywords: Giovanni Verga | Luigi Pirandello | medicine | ” Recenti Progressi in Medicina 92 (2001): 413-418
  
Grace, Dominic. “Disease, Virtual Life, and Virtual Light.” Foundation 30 (Spring 2001): 75-82.
Keywords: medicine | virtual reality | William Gibson
  
Grau, Juan J., Jorge Estapé, and Matias Diaz-Padrón. “Breast Cancer in Rubens' Paintings.” Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 68 (2001): 89-93.
Keywords: cancer | medicine | Peter Paul Rubens
  
Grau, Juan J., M. Prats, and Matias Diaz-Padrón. “Cáncer de mama en los cuadros de Rubens y Rembrandt.” Medicina Clinica 116, no. 10 (2001): 380-384. [Also see Ordóñez Gallego.
Keywords: medicine | Peter Paul Rubens | Rembrandt van Rijn | ] cancer
  
Grey, Stephanie Houston. Representing Eating Disorders in America: The Rhetoric, Politics and Stigma of a Modern Epidemic. Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Gualdo, Riccardo. “La lingua della pediatria: il trattato di Paolo Bagellardo Dal Fiume.” In Gualdo (Collections ), pp. 21-48.
Keywords: medicine | Paolo Bagellardo Dal Fiume
  
Habermann, Mechthild. Deutsche Fachtexte der frühen Neuzeit: naturkundlich-medizinische Wissenvermittlung im Spannungsfeld von Latein und Volkspprache. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2001.
Keywords: literature—17th C | literature—Renaissance | medicine
  
Halbfass, Wilhelm. “Mescaline and Indian Philosophy: Aldous Huxley and the Mythology of Experience.” In Barfoot (Collections ), pp. 221-235.
Keywords: Aldous Huxley | medicine
  
Hampshire, Amanda J., and Anthony J. Avery. “What Can Students Learn from Studying Medicine in Literature?” Medical Education 35 (2001): 687-690.
Keywords: education | literature—general | medicine
  
Heilmann, Ann. “Narrating the Hysteric: Fin-de-Siècle Medical Discourse and Sarah Grand's The Heavenly Twins .” In Richardson (Collections ), pp. 122-135.
Keywords: Charlotte Perkins Gilman | gender studies | hysteria | Josef Breuer | medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Sarah Grand | Sigmund Freud
  
Heller, Jacob. The Social Meanings of Vaccines. Ph.D. Dissertation; State University of New York, Stony Brook.
Keywords: AIDS | medicine | narrative | rhetoric of science | science & technology studies | social sciences | vaccine
  
Hellman, Hal. Great Feuds in Medicine: Ten of the Liveliest Disputes Ever. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2001.
Keywords: | medicine
  
Helmchen, Hanfried. “Oft fehlen die Worte zwischen Patient und Arzt.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 25-27.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—general
  
Hertel, Christiane. “Hairy Issues: Portraits of Petrus Gonsalus and his Family in Archduke Ferdinand II's Kunstkammer and Their Contexts.” Journal of the History of Collections 13, no. 1 (2001): 1-22.
Keywords: medicine | nature | visual arts--16th C
  
Hildegard, Saint. Hildegard's Healing Plants: From Her Medieval Classic Physica . Boston: Beacon Press, 2001.
Keywords: alternative medicine | Biological Sciences | botany | herbs | medicine
  
Hollis, Karen. “Fasting Women: Bodily Claims and Narrative Crises in Eighteenth-Century Science.” ECS 34 (2001): 523-538.
Keywords: Ann Moore | Martha Taylor | medicine | narrative
  
Holmes, Martha Stoddard. "Working (with) the Rhetoric of Affliction: Autobiographical Narratives of Victorians with Physical Disabilities,” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | literature--19th C | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Hughes, James J., and John D. Lantos. “Medical Ethics through the Star Trek Lens.” L&M 20 (2001): 26-38.
Keywords: film/TV | medicine | popular science | science fiction
  
Isler, H. “James Joyce und die Mediziner.” Schweiz Rundsch Med Praxis 90 (2001): 1240-1244.
Keywords: James Joyce | medicine
  
Jackson, Dianah Leigh. “Anatomy of Observation: From the Académie Royale de la Chirurgie to the Salons of Denis Diderot.” Canadian Journal of History 36 (2001): 27-49.
Keywords: anatomy | Denis Diderot | medicine | metaphor | rhetoric of science | vision
  
Janowitz, Henry D. “The Transformation of Medicine by the Magic of Music in the Romances of Shakespeare .” J R Soc Med 94 (2001): 541-543.
Keywords: medicine | music | William Shakespeare
  
Jordanova, Ludmilla. “Richard Mead's Communities of Belief in Eighteenth-Century London.” In Ditchfield (Collections ), pp. 241-259.
Keywords: medicine | Richard Mead
  
Jordens, Christopher F. G., Miles Little, Kim Paul, and Emma Jane Sayers. “Life Disruption and Generic Complexity: A Social Linguistic Analysis of Narratives of Cancer Illness.” Social Science and Medicine 53 (2001): 1227-1236.
Keywords: cancer | linguistics | medicine | narrative | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Karlsson, Yngve. “Dags att återuppta samarbetet melian läkare och konstnärer? Från renässansen fram till slutet av 1800-talet var kunskaper i anatomi en förutsättning för måleri och skulptur.” Läkartidningen 98 (2001): 4078-4081.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—general
  
Kathan, Bernhard. “Objekt, Objektiv und Abbildung: Medizin und Fotografie.” Fotogeschichte 21, no. 80 (2001): 3-15.
Keywords: Albrecht Dürer | anatomy | medicine | perspective | stethoscope | visual arts—Renaissance to present | X-ray
  
Katritzky, M.A. “Marketing Medicine: The Image of the Early Modern Mountebank.” Renaissance Studies 15, no. 2 (2001): 121-53.
Keywords: cosmetics | healing | medicine | visual arts--16th -17th C
  
Kim, Jean. “Emotional Detachment and Involvement of Physicians in Literature.” Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha 64 (Spring 2001): 32-38.
Keywords: literature—20th C | medicine
  
Klugman, Craig M. “From Cyborg Fiction to Medical Reality.” L&M 20 (2001): 39-54.
Keywords: cyborgs | medicine | science fiction
  
Klugman, Craig Martin. Exploring Experiences of dying: An analysis of death memoirs. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Galveston, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | medicine | memoir | narrative | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Knopf Newman, Marcy Jane. Slash, Burn, and Poison: Narrative Interventions in the Breast Cancer war. Ph.D. Dissertation: Miami University, 2001.
Keywords: Amy Ling | Audre Lorde | Betty Ford | Betty Rolin | cancer | Carole Gallagher | Christina Middlebrook | Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick | film/TV | gender studies | Holocaust | Marilyn Hacker | medicine | narrative | photography | poetry | Rachel Carson | rhetoric of science | Richard Nixon | Rose Kushner
  
Koehler, Peter J. “About Medicine and the Arts. Charcot and French Literature at the Fin-de-Siècle.” J Hist Neurosci 10 (March 2001): 27-40.
Keywords: Alphonse Daudet | Émile Zola | Guy de Maupassant | Jean-Martin Charcot | Joris Karl Huysmans | Léon Daudet | literature—19th C | medicine
  
Kroeger, Rebecca Lynn. ‘Why Were the Most Gifted of People Also the Most Barren?': Sterilities and Fertilities in Twentieth-century Subcultures. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Virginia, 2001.
Keywords: Bloomsbury Group | Christopher Isherwood | gender studies | literature--20th C | medicine | Oscar Wilde | Virginia Woolf | visual arts | W. H. Auden
  
La Manna, Federica. “Carte sulla melancholia. Il casa clinico nella scienza del XVIII secolo.” In Stella (Collections ), pp. 745-760.
Keywords: depressive studies | medicine
  
Lane, Joan. A Social History of Medicine: Health, Healing and Disease in England, 1750-1950. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | social sciences
  
Larsen, Øivind, and Dag Hofseth. “Grafiske illustrasjoner I elder medisinsk litteratur.” Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 121 (2001): 3594-3597.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—general
  
Lewis, Celia Milton. Framing Fiction with Death: The Seven Sages of Rome , Boccaccio's Decameron, and Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Ph.D. Dissertation: Baylor University, 2001.
Keywords: Geoffrey Chaucer | Giovanni Boccaccio | literature—medieval | medicine | narrative | plague | time
  
Little, Miles. “Does Reading Poetry Make You a Better Clinician ?” Internal Med J 31 (2001): 60-61.
Keywords: literature—general | medicine | poetry
  
Lynch, Lisa. “'Not a Virus, but an Upgrade': The Ethics of Epidemic Evolution in Greg Bear's Darwin's Radio.” L&M 20 (2001): 71-93.
Keywords: evolution | Greg Bear | medicine
  
Mahlke, Regina, Veronika Mantel, and Niels Schuldt. “Medizin und Pharmazie.” In Mahlke (Collections ), pp. 99-113.
Keywords: | medicine
  
Malamani, Anita. “L'idea di polizia medica nel pensiero e nella pratica di Johann Peter Frank.” In Stella (Collections ), pp. 729-744.
Keywords: Johann Peter Frank | medicine
  
Markel, Howard. “Medicine and the Arts: The Autobiography of William Carlos Williams .” Acad Med 76 (2001): 48-49.
Keywords: biography | medicine | William Carlos Williams
  
Markel, Howard. “Reflections on Sinclair Lewis's Arrowsmith : The Great American Novel of Public Health and Medicine.” Public Health Reports 116 (2001): 371-375.
Keywords: medicine | Sinclair Lewis
  
Martensen, Robert. “The History of Bioethics: An Essay Review .” J Hist Med Allied Sci 56 (2001): 168-175.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine
  
Matus, Jill L. “Trauma, Memory, and Railway Disaster: The Dickensian Connection.” VS 43 (2001): 413-436.
Keywords: Charles Dickens | medicine | railroads | technology
  
Matyssek, Angela. “Konservierungsversuche: Über Ästhetisierung und Memorialisierung in der medizinischen Präparation Rudolf Virchows.” Kritische Berichte 29, no. 2 (2001): 30-42.
Keywords: aesthetics | anatomy | Gunther Von Hagens | medicine | Rudolf Virchow | visual arts--19th & 20th C
  
McVaugh, Michael R. “Moments of Inflection: The Careers of Arnau de Vilanova.” In Biller (Collections ), pp. 47-67.
Keywords: Arnau de Vilanova | Galen | medicine
  
Mehra, Akhil. “'Remember That I Too Am Mortal': The Debut of the Ambivalent Physician in Two Plays by Shaw and Ibsen.” Pharos 64 (2001): 27-31.
Keywords: George Bernard Shaw | Henrik Ibsen | medicine
  
Messbarger, Rebecca. “Waxing Poetic: Anna Morandi Manzolini's Anatomical Structures.” Configurations 9 (2001): 65-97.
Keywords: anatomy | Anna Morandi Manzolini | medicine
  
Milner, Max. “Drogues, hallucinations et décadence.” In Pesenti (Collections), pp. 51-72.
Keywords: literature—19th C | medicine
  
Moes, Mark. “Plato's Conception of the Relations between Moral Philosophy and Medicine.” Perspect Biol Med 44 (2001): 353-367.
Keywords: medicine | Plato
  
Montgomery, Kathryn. “Literature, Literary Studies, and Medical Ethics: The Interdisciplinary Question.” Hastings Center Report 31 (May-June 2001): 36-43.
Keywords: literature—general | medicine
  
Monza, Francesca. “Le arti al servizio delle scienze: la ceroplastica.” In Stella (Collections), pp. 629-642.
Keywords: Clemente Susini | medicine
  
Mudry, Philippe. “Le jeu de la nature et du hazard: la construction du savoir médical dans le traité de Celse.” In Courrent (Collections), pp. 57-69.
Keywords: Aulus Cornelius Celsus | medicine
  
Munster, Andrew M. “François Rabelais: Renaissance Man, Philosopher, Author, and Physician.” Pharos 64 (Winter 2001): 36-39.
Keywords: François Rabelais | medicine
  
Nager, Frank. “Goethe—heilkundig.” In Richter (Collections), pp.135-157.
Keywords: Johann W. von Goethe | medicine
  
Nager, Frank. “Goethe—heilkundig.” Schweiz Rundsch Med Praxis 90 (2001):1197-1204.
Keywords: depressive studies | Johann W. von Goethe | medicine
  
Nieznanowska, J. “Medicines in the Correspondence of the Mozart Family.” Vesalius: Acta Internationales Historiae Medicina e 7 (December 2001): 67-72.
Keywords: Leopold Mozart | medicine | music
  
Nordlander, Nils Brage. “Johann Christian Stark—en doctor I goda poeters sällskap.” Läkartidningen 98 (2001): 453.
Keywords: Johann Christian Stark | medicine
  
Nutton, Vivian. “God, Galen and the Depaganization of Ancient Medicine.” In Biller (Collections), pp. 15-32.
Keywords: Galen | medicine
  
Nutton, Vivian. “Representation and Memory in Renaissance Anatomical Illustration.” In Meloi (Collections), pp. 61-80.
Keywords: Andreas Vesalius | Galen | Leonardo da Vinci | medicine | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Okuda, J. “”European Paintings Entitled ‘Jesus Christ as Pharmacist' in the Middle Ages and Later [Title trans. from Japanese].” Yakushigaku Zasshi (The Journal of Japanese History of Pharmacy) 36 (2001): 175-179.
Keywords: medicine | pharmacy | visual arts—medieval
  
Ordóñez Gallego, A. “Cáncer de mama en los cuadros de Rubens y Rembrandt.” Med Clin 117, no. 4 (2001): 158. [Also see Grau-Prats.
Keywords: medicine | Peter Paul Rubens | Rembrandt van Rijn | visual arts—17th C | ] cancer
  
Park, Maureen. “Dürer's The Birth of the Virgin : Art and Midwifery in 16th Century Nuremberg.” Lancet 358 (2001): 1265-1267.
Keywords: Albrecht Dürer | childbirth | medicine
  
Peleg, Ron, Howard Randeter, and Aya Peleg. “The Medical Cervantes.” CMAJ 165 (2001): 1623-1624.
Keywords: medicine | Miguel de Cervantes
  
Perrin, Michael. “Le savoir medical au début du IVe siècle à travers l'oeuvre de Lactance.” In Courrent (Collections), pp. 71-86.
Keywords: Lactantius | medicine
  
Piepmeier, Alison. “'Woman Goes Forth to Battle with Goliath': Mary Baker Eddy, Medical Science, and Sentimental Invalidism.” WS 30 (2001): 301-328.
Keywords: language | Mary Baker Eddy | medicine | popular science | religion
  
Pirsig, Wolfgang, St. Haase, and F. Palm. “Surgically Repaired Cleft Lips Depicted in Paintings of the Late Gothic Period and the Renaissance.” British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 39 (2001): 127-133.
Keywords: Albrecht Dürer | dentistry | Jakob Cornelisz van Oostsanen | Leonardo da Vinci | Lucas Moser | medicine
  
Pozzilli, P. “Endocrinology and Art. ‘A Ferocious Cretin with Voluminous Goiter.' Morazzone, circa 1600.” J Endocrinol Invest 24 (2001): 137.
Keywords: medicine | Morazzone (Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli)
  
Prosperi, Adriano. “Science and the Theological Imagination in the Seventeenth Century: Baptism and the Origins of the Individual.” In Ditchfield (Collections), pp. 206-231.
Keywords: childbirth | medicine
  
Purinton, Marjean D. “Socialized and Medicalized Hysteria in Joanna Baillie's Witchcraft .” Prism(s): Essays in Romanticism 9 (2001): 139-156.
Keywords: hysteria | Joanna Baillie | medicine
  
Rabkin, Eric S. “The Medical Lessons of Science Fiction.” L&M 20 (2001): 13-25.
Keywords: medicine | science fiction
  
Radetsky, Michael. “John Keats and Tuberculosis.” Pediatric Infectious Disease Journ al 20 (2001): 535-540.
Keywords: John Keats | medicine
  
Ragan, Robin Rene. Bodies That Struggle: A Study of the Use of Illness in Spanish Women's Writing, 1880—1920 . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Concha Espina | Emilia Pardo Bazan | literature--19th C & 20th C | medicine
  
Ramanan, Sundaram V. “Cardiovascular Disease in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes .” Archives of Internal Medicine 161 (2001): 701-705.
Keywords: Arthur Conan Doyle | medicine
  
Raoul, Valerie. “Narrating the Unspeakable: Interdisciplinary Readings of Jean-Dominique Bauby's The Diving Bell and the Butterfly .” L&M 20 (2001): 183-208.
Keywords: Jean-Dominique Bauby | medicine
  
Renaud, Maryse. “L'Ève nouvelle et le discourse medical: L'anatomiste (1997) de Federico Andahazi.” In Minary (Collections), pp. 155-170.
Keywords: Federico Andahazi | medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Richardson, Alan. “Keats and Romantic Science.” In The Cambridge Companion to Keats , Susan J. Wolfson, ed., 230-245. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: John Keats | medicine
  
Richardson, Angelique. “'People Talk a Lot of Nonsense about Heredity': Mona Caird and Anti-Eugenic Feminism.” In Richardson (Collections), pp. 183-211.
Keywords: eugenics | gender studies | medicine | Mona Caird
  
Richardson, R. “Keats's Notebook.” Lancet 357 (2001): 320.
Keywords: John Keats | medicine
  
Robin, Claire-Nicole. “Médecin et chirurgien dans Marianela (1878) de Benito Pérez Galdós.” In Minary (Collections), pp. 351-363.
Keywords: Benito Pérez Galdós | medicine
  
Robinson, Gregory J. “Body Languages: Scientific and Aesthetic Discourses in Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body .” Studies in Contemporary Fiction 42 (2001): 218-232.
Keywords: aesthetics | gender studies | Jeanette Winterson | medicine | rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Rogers, David E. “Embracing the Range.” In Pfenninger (Collections), pp. 47-57.
Keywords: medicine | Science Studies | visual arts—20th C
  
Ropp, Cyd Charise. The Rhetoric of Childbirth: A Burkean Analysis of Medical Demarcation in the Trial of a California Midwife. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Memphis, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | childbirth | gender studies | Kenneth Burke | medicine | midwifery | rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Sacks, Oliver. “Mendeleev's Garden.” American Scholar 70, no. 4 (2001): 21-37.
Keywords: biography | Dmitri Mendeleev | medicine | Oliver Sacks
  
Sahlas, D. J. “Functional Neuroanatomy in the Pre-Hippocratic Era: Observations from the Iliad of Homer.” Neurosurgery 48 (2001): 1352-1357.
Keywords: Homer | literature—classical | medicine
  
Sangiorgi, M. “La medecina nell'arte incuriosisce ancora.” Ital Heart J 2 Supp. (2001): 1252.
Keywords: literature—general | medicine | visual arts—general
  
Saunders Jr., Donald E. “The Medical Profession and Civic Engagement: Two Plays which Illuminate the Questions.” Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 97 (2001): 519-521.
Keywords: literature—general | medicine
  
Scheurich, Neil E. “Wanting to Die.” Acad Med 76 (2001): 1036-1037.
Keywords: death and dying | literature—20th C | medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
  
Schneiderman, Lawrence J. “The Good Doctor: The Literature and Medicine of Anton Chekhov (and Others).” Fam Med 33 (January 2001): 11-13.
Keywords: Anton Chekhov | medicine
  
Shapiro, Shauna L. “Poetry, Mindfulness, and Medicine.” Fam Med 33 (2001): 505-506.
Keywords: education | literature—general | medicine | poetry
  
Siegel, Adrian M. “Dostojewskij und Epilepsie—eine literarische und epileptologische Betrachtung.” Schweiz Rundsch Med Praxis 90 (2001): 1205-1212.
Keywords: epilepsy | Fyodor Dostoievsky | literature—19th C | medicine
  
Silver, Anne Louise. “American Psychoanalysts Who Influenced Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night .” J Am Acad Psychoanal 29 (2001): 305-318.
Keywords: Eugene O'Neill | medicine | theater
  
Snow, Alice Micco, and Susan Enns Stans. Healing Plants: Medicine of the Florida Seminole Indians. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | botany | medicine | popular science
  
Spall, Bob, Sue Read, and David Chantry. “Metaphor: Exploring its Origins and Therapeutic Use in Death, Dying, and Bereavement.” Int J Palliat Nurs [note: International Journal of Palliative Nursing] 7 (2001): 345-353.
Keywords: death and dying | medicine | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Sparks, Tabitha. Family Practices: Medicine, Gender, and Literature in Victorian Culture. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Washington, 2001.
Keywords: Arthur Machen | Bram S. Stoker | Elizabeth Gaskell | gender studies | George Eliot | Harriet Martineau | Mary Braddon | medicine | narrative | Occult Sciences | popular sciences | Wilkie Collins
  
Sprecher, Thomas. “Ammerkungen zu Thomas Mann und die Medezin.” Schweiz Rundsch Med Praxis 90 (2001): 1235-1239.
Keywords: medicine | Thomas Mann
  
Stiening, Gideon. “Body-lotion. Körpergeschichte und Literaturwissenschaft.“ In Danneberg (Collections), pp. 182-215.
Keywords: literature—general | medicine
  
Stüssi, G., and F. Salomon. “Brauchen Arztinnen und Arzte belletristische Literatur? Dialog zwischen einem Enthusiasten und einem Skeptiker.” Schweiz Rundsch Med Praxis 90 (2001): 1185-1188.
Keywords: education | literature—general | medicine
  
Sugg, Richard John. The Impact of Vesalian Anatomy on Religious and Literary Culture from Philip Melanchthon to John Donne. Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Southampton, 2001.
Keywords: Andreas Vesalius | literature—Renaissance | medicine
  
Sullivan, Michael Anne. Healing Bodies and Saving the Race: Women, Public Health, Eugenics, and Sexuality, 1890—1950. Ph.D. Dissertation: The University New Mexico, 2001.
Keywords: eugenics | gender studies | medicine | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | social sciences | sterilization
  
Teucher, Ulrich C. “Writing in the Face of Death: Norbert Elias and Autobiographies of Cancer.” In Salumets (Collections), pp. 159-174.
Keywords: biography | cancer | death and dying | medicine | Norbert Elias
  
Timmermann, Carsten. “Constitutional Medicine, Neoromanticism, and the Politics of Antimechanism in Interwar Germany.” Bull Hist Med 75 (2001): 717-739.
Keywords: Bernhard Aschner | Erwin Liek | medicine | Science Studies
  
Tober, Diane M. Romancing the Sperm: The Screening and Making of Alternative American Families. Ph.D. Dissertation: University California, Berkeley, with University California, CA, San Francisco, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | ethnography | gender studies | genetics | medicine | reproduction | rhetoric | Science Studies | social sciences | technology
  
Torgerson, Beth Ellen. Reading the Bronte Body: Disease, Desire, and the Constraints of Culture. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Nebraska, 2001.
Keywords: Anne Bronte | anthropology | Charlotte Brontë | disease | Emily Bronte | ghosts | hysteria | literature--19th C | medicine | narrative | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | vampires
  
Tucker, Jonathan B. Scourge: The Once and Future Threat of Smallpox. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2001.
Keywords: disease | Edward Jenner | medicine | Science Studies | social sciences
  
Turner, Leigh. “Narrative, Thick Description, and Bioethics: Cases, Stories, and Simone de Beauvoir's A Very Easy Death .” Journal of Clinical Ethics 12 (Summer 2001): 122-130.
Keywords: death and dying | medicine | narrative | Simone de Beauvoir
  
Urso, Carmelo. “The Different Originality of Homer and Thucydides.” Am J Dermatopathol 23 (2001): 274-275.
Keywords: Homer | literature—classical | medicine | plague | Thucydides
  
van der Lugt, Maaike. “The Incubus in Scholastic Debate: Medicine, Theology and Popular Belief.” In Biller (Collections), pp. 175-200.
Keywords: dreams | folklore | literature—medieval | Macrobius | medicine | Popular Literature
  
Van Dijck, José. Bodyworlds: The Art of Plastinated Cadavers,” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology Vol 9, no. 1 (Winter 2001): 99-126.
Keywords: aesthetics | anatomy | ethics | eugenics | exhibitions | Gunther Von Hagens | medicine | sculpture | visual arts—20th C
  
VanArsdel, Rosemary T. Florence Fenwick Miller: Victorian Feminist, Journalist, and Educator. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2001.
Keywords: biography | Florence Fenwick Miller | gender studies | literature--19th C | medicine
  
Vankevich, Ned. The Rhetorical Agon of Allopathic and Alternative Medicine: Marginalization, Resistance and Empowerment in Dr. Richard Schulze's Botanically-based Natural Healing Crusade. Ph.D. Dissertation: Regent University, 2001.
Keywords: botany | medicine | Michel Foucault | natural medicine | post-colonialism | postmodernism | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Richard Schulze
  
Vedder, Julie Ann. Modifying Mothers: The Rhetorical Construction of Prenatal Substance Use in American Discourse. Ph.D.Dissertation: The Pennsylvania State University, 2001.
Keywords: Bruno Latour | disability | gender studies | medicine | narrative | race studies | reproduction | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
VerStrat, Patricia Lynne. Broken Men: Masculinity and Disability in Twentieth-century American Fiction . Ph.D. Dissertation: Washington State University, 2001.
Keywords: Carson McCullers | disability | Flannery O'Connor | gender studies | Jack London | literature--20th C | medicine | Willa Cather
  
Vinken, Pierre. “How the Heart Was Held in Medieval Art.” Lancet 358 (2001): 2155-2157.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—medieval
  
Wells, Susan. Out of the Dead House: Nineteenth-century Women Physicians and the Writing of Medicine. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2001.
Keywords: Ann Preston | gender studies | Hannah Longshore | Mary Putnam Jacoti | medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Wenegrat, Brant. Theater of Disorder: Patients, Doctors, and the Construction of Illness. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | psychotherapy Rhetoric of Science | social sciences
  
Westermann-Cicio, Mary Louise. Of Mice and Medical Men: The Medical Profession's Response to the Vivisection Controversy in Turn of the Century America. Ph.D.Dissertation: State University New York, Stony Brook, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | popular science | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | vivisection
  
Wezler, Albrecht. “'Psychedelic' Drugs as a Means to Mystical Experience: Aldous Huxley versus Indian Reality.” In Barfoot (Collections) pp. 191-220.
Keywords: Aldous Huxley | folklore | medicine
  
Wheeler, Susan. Five Hundred Years of Medicine in Art: An Illustrated Catalogue of Prints and Drawings from the Clements C. Fry Collection in the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University. Aldershot: Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2001.
Keywords: iconography | medicine | visual arts—16th – 20th C
  
Wild, Wayne. Medicine-by-post in Eighteenth-century Britain: The Changing Rhetoric of Illness in Doctor-patient Correspondence and Literature . Ph.D. Dissertation: Brandeis University, 2001.
Keywords: criticism | George Cheyne | Herman Boerhaave | James Jurin | literature--18th C | medicine | metaphor | Scottish Enlightenment | social sciences | William Cullen
  
Wilkinson, Richard. “Re-Presenting the Body: Anatomical Models as Maps.” In Bender (Collections), pp. 46-55.
Keywords: medicine | visual arts—general
  
Winnick, Terri Anne. From Quackery to ‘Complementary' Medicine: The Integration of Alternative Therapies in the American Medical Profession . Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University, 2001.
Keywords: alternative medicine | medicine | popular science | Science Studies | social sciences
  
Wood, Jane. Passion and Pathology in Victorian Fiction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Charles Dickens | Charlotte Brontë | George Eliot | George Gissing | hysteria | medicine | neurasthenia | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins
  
Ziegler, Joseph. “Medicine and Immortality in Terrestrial Paradise.” In Biller (Collections) pp. 201-242.
Keywords: Alexander of Hales | literature—biblical | medicine | Peter the Lombard
  
Zuidema, George D., and Herbert Sloan. “Alfred Blalock, Norman Bethune, and the Bethune Murals.” Surgery 130 (2001): 866-881.
Keywords: Alfred Blalock | medicine | Norman Bethune