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Biow, Douglas. Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries: Humanism and Professions in Renaissance Italy. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: humanism | literature--Renaissance | medicine | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Bloom, Samuel William. The Word as Scalpel: A History of Medical Sociology. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: medicine | rhetoric of science | Social Science
  
Booth, Wayne. “The Ethics of Medicine, as Revealed in Literature.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 10-20.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | ethics | Henry James | J.M. Coetzee | medicine | memoirs | Robert Hellengen | Saul Bellow | theory
  
Brandfonbrener, Alice G., and James M. Kjelland. Music Medicine. In Parncutt (Collections): pp. 83-98.
Keywords: medicine | music | pain | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | risk | therapy
  
Call, Michael J. Infertility and the Novels of Sophie Cottin. Newark, NJ; Cranbury, NJ: University Delaware Press: Associated University Presses, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | infertility | literature--17th C | medicine | Sophie Cottin
  
Capozzola, Christopher. “A Very American Epidemic: Memory Politics and Identity Politics in the AIDS Memorial Quilt, 1985-1993.” Radical History Review 82 (2002): 91-109.
Keywords: AIDS | gender studies | identity | medicine | politics | social sciences
  
Churchhill, Larry R. “Narrative Ethics: Gene Stories and the Hermeneutics of Consent Forms.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 183-195.
Keywords: Dorothy Nelkin | ethics | Evelyn Fox Keller | genetics | Luigi Pirandello | medicine | rhetoric of science | voice | Woody Guthrie
  
Cohn, Samuel Kline. The Black Death Transformed: Disease and Culture in Early Renaissance Europe. London; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: medicine | plague | science & technology sciences | viruses
  
Connolly, Tristanne J. William Blake and the Body. Houndmills, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
Keywords: anatomy | literature--17th C | medicine | visual arts--17th C | William Blake
  
Cronin, Anne. “The Substance of Consumption: Alchemy, Addiction and the Commodity.” International Journal Cultural Studies 5:3 (September 2002): 316-335.
Keywords: addiction | alchemy | medicine | Occult Sciences | social sciences
  
Csordas, Thomas J. Body/Meaning/Healing. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
Keywords: medicine | native Americans | religion
  
Dermer, Rachelle A. Photographic Objectivity and the Construction of the Medical Subject in the United States. Ph.D. Dissertation: Boston University, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | body | Eadweard Muybridge | Elizabeth Fleischmann | Joel-Peter Witkin | John Shaw Billings | medicine | objectivity | photography | science & technology studies | Stanley Burns | technology | visual arts: 19th--20th C | X-ray
  
Freeland, Natalka. “The Politics of Dirt in Mary Barton and Ruth.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 42:4 (2002): 799-818.
Keywords: Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell | hygiene | literature--19th C | medicine
  
Gilbert, Ruth. “The Masculine Matrix: Male Births and the Scientific Imagination in Early-Modern England.” In Jowitt (Collections), pp. 160-176.
Keywords: Francis Bacon | gender studies | John Milton | medicine | social sciences | William Harvey
  
Hallas, Roger Andrew. AIDS, Bearing Witness, and the Queer Moving Image. Ph.D. Dissertation: New York University, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | AIDS | autobiography | contagion | epidemic | ethics | film | gender studies | law | medicine | narrative | pedagogy | psychoanalysis | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Hobby, Elaine. “Gender, Science and Midwifery: Jane Sharp, The Midwives Book (1671).” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 146-159.
Keywords: Francis Bacon | gender studies | Jane Sharp | medicine | midwifery
  
Klatt, Maryanna Danis. The Social Construct of the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Origins and Potential for Change. Ph.D. Dissertation: Ohio State University, 2002.
Keywords: drama | literature--20th C | Margaret Edson | medicine | rhetoric of sciences | social sciences
  
Levine, George. Dying to Know: Scientific Epistemology and Narrative in Victorian England. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: A.R. Wallace | autobiography | Francis Galton | gender studies | Karl Pearson | medicine | narrative | René Descartes | rhetoric of science | science & technology studies | Thomas Carlyle | Thomas Hardy | Walter Pater
  
Mathes, Bettina. “From Nymph to Nymphomania: ‘Linear Perspectives’ on Female Sexuality.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 177-198.
Keywords: Antonio Allegri Correggio | Aristotle | gender studies | Martin Opitz | medicine | nymphomania | social sciences | visual arts—16th C
  
Mitchell, Peter. “The Politics of Morbidity: Plague Symbolism in Martyrdom and Medical Anatomy.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 77-94.
Keywords: anatomy | environmental sciences | martyrdom | medicine | plague | politics | religion | symbolism
  
Naphy, William G. Plagues, Poisons, and Potions: Plague-spreading Conspiracies in the Western Alps, c. 1530-1640. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press; Palgrave, 2002.
Keywords: literature—16th--17th C | medicine | Occult Sciences | plague | poison | witchcraft
  
O'Leary, Peter. Gnostic Contagion: Robert Duncan and the Poetry of Illness. Middletown, CN: Wesleyan University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gnosticism | Hilda Doolittle | literature--19th--20th C | medicine | poetry | Robert Edward Duncan
  
Phillippy, Patricia. Women, Death, and Literature in Post-Reformation England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature--16th C | medicine | social sciences
  
Pincikowski, Scott E. Bodies of Pain: Suffering in the Works of Hartmann von Aue. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: anatomy | Hartmann von Aue | literature--medieval | medicine | pain
  
Platizky, Roger S. "Like Dull Narcotics, Numbing Pain": Speculations on Tennyson and Opium.” Victorian Poetry 40:2 (2002): 209-215.
Keywords: addiction | Alfred | Lord Tennyson | medicine | opium
  
Preston, Richard. The Demon in the Freezer: A True Story. New York: Random House, 2002.
Keywords: biological warfare | bioterrorism | medicine | science & technology studies | smallpox
  
Romano, Terrie M. Making Medicine Scientific: John Burdon Sanderson and the Culture of Victorian Science. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.
Keywords: John Burdon-Sanderson | medicine | pathology | physiology | vivisection
  
Sappol, Michael. A Traffic of Dead Bodies: Anatomy and Embodied Social Identity in Nineteenth-century America. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002.
Keywords: anatomy | Biological Sciences | death | medicine | social sciences
  
Sawday, Jonathan. “The Transparent Man and the King’s Heart.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 12-24.
Keywords: Hugh Montgomery | medicine | philosophy | visual arts—19th C | William Harvey
  
Shuttleton, David E. “Bantering with Scripture: Dr. Archibald Pitcairne and Articulate Irreligion in Late Seventeenth-century Edinburgh.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 58-76.
Keywords: Archibald Pitcairne | Isaac Newton | literature—17th C | literature—biblical | medicine | philosophy | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | social sciences
  
Silver, Anna Krugovoy. Victorian Literature and the Anorexic Body. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: anorexia | gender studies | literature--19th C | literature—children’s | medicine | social sciences | vampires
  
Stephens, Martha. The Treatment: The Story of Those Who Died in the Cincinnati Radiation Tests. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002.
Keywords: medicine | radiation | science & technology studies | toxicology