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140.313, Fall 2018

Scharff, Samuel, Fall 2018
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Sarah W. Tracy. 2005 .

Tracy, Sarah W., 1963-

"Despite the lack of medical consensus regarding alcoholism as a disease, many people readily accept the concept of addiction as a clinical as well as a social disorder. An alcoholic is a victim of social circumstance and genetic destiny. Although one might imagine that this dual…
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    RC565.7.T73 2005 c. 1
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    RC565.7 .T73 2005 c. 1
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2. Anti-suffrage essays Book , Online in English
by Massachusetts women ; with an introduction by Ernest Bernbaum. 1916 .

Massachusetts women.

[editor] David L. Lightner. 1999 .

Dix, Dorothea Lynde, 1802-1887.

  • Institute of the History of Medicine Books - Stack Level 8, Welch Library
    HV98.I15 D6 1999 c. 1
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Wendy Kline. 2001 .

Kline, Wendy, 1968-

"Wendy Kline's lucid cultural history of eugenics in America emphasizes the movement's central, continuing interaction with notions of gender and morality. Demonstrating that eugenic ideas were far more powerful in public discourse than other historians have indicated, Kline…
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    HQ755.5.U5 K55 2001 c. 1
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    HQ755.5.U5 K55 2001 c. 1
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Wendy Kline. 2001 .

Kline, Wendy, 1968-

Wendy Kline's lucid cultural history of eugenics in America emphasizes the movement's central, continuing interaction with popular notions of gender and morality. Kline shows how eugenics could seem a viable solution to problems of moral disorder and sexuality, especially female…
David J. Rothman. 1990 .

Rothman, David J.

  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    HV91 .R67 1990 c. 1
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    HV91 .R73 1990 c. 1
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James C. Mohr. 1993 .

Mohr, James C.

1. Medical Jurisprudence in the New Republic -- 2. T. R. Beck and the Elements of Medical Jurisprudence -- 3. Medical Jurisprudence as a Burgeoning Field in Early American Medical Schools -- 4. Medical Jurisprudence and American Medicine, 1820-1850…
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    RA 1022 .U6 M641 1993 c. 1
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    RA1022.U6 M64 1993 c. 1
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Joseph Dumit. 2012 .

Dumit, Joseph.

One. Responding to Facts -- Two. Pharmaceutical Witnessing and Direct-to-Consumer Advertising -- Three. Having to Grow Medicine -- Four. Mass Health: Illness Is a Line You Cross -- Five. Moving the Lines: Deciding on Thresholds…
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    HD9666.5.D86 2012 c. 1
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    HD9666.5 .D86 2012 c. 1
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Joseph Dumit. 2012 .

Dumit, Joseph.

Joseph Dumit argues that underlying Americans' burgeoning consumption of prescription drugs and the skyrocketing cost of healthcare is a relatively new perception of ourselves as inherently ill and in need of chronic treatment.
Theodore M. Porter . 2018 .

Porter, Theodore M., 1953-

In the early 1800s, a century before there was any concept of the gene, physicians in insane asylums began to record causes of madness in their admission books. Almost from the beginning, they pointed to heredity as the most important of these causes. As doctors and state…
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    HQ755.35 .P67 2018 c. 1
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David Herzberg. 2009 .

Herzberg, David L. (David Lowell)

"Valium. Paxil. Prozac. Prescribed by the millions each year, these medications have been hailed as wonder drugs and vilified as numbing and addictive crutches. Where did this "blockbuster drug" phenomenon come from? What factors led to the mass acceptance of tranquilizers and…
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    RM315.H52 2009 c. 1
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    RM315 .H52 2009 c. 1
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Jack D. Pressman. 1998 .

Pressman, Jack David.

Gerald N. Grob. 1994 .

Grob, Gerald N., 1931-

1. Caring for the Insane in Colonial America -- 2. Inventing the Asylum -- 3. The Emergence of American Psychiatry -- 4. Realities of Asylum Life -- 5. The Problem of Chronic Mental Illnesses, 1860-1940 -- 6. A New Psychiatry -- 7. Depression, War, and the Crisis of Care…
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    RC 443 .G7471 1994 c. 1
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    RC443 .G747 1994 c. 1
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Michael E. Staub. 2011 .

Staub, Michael E.

In the 1960s and 1970s, a popular diagnosis for America's problems was that society was becoming a madhouse. In this intellectual and cultural history, Michael E. Staub examines a time when many believed insanity was a sane reaction to obscene social conditions, psychiatrists…
by Thomas S. Szasz. 1974 .

Szasz, Thomas, 1920-2012-

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    RC437.5 .S996 1974 c. 1
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    WM 100 S996m 1974 c. 2
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    RC455 .S996 c. 1
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    RC455 .S93 1961 c. 1
    Lost Recall
    Checked out, Due: Oct 5 2018
Alice O'Connor. 2001 .

O'Connor, Alice, 1958-

Ch. 1 Origins: Poverty and Social Science in The Era of Progressive Reform -- Ch. 2 Poverty Knowledge as Cultural Critique: The Great Depression -- Ch. 3 From the Deep South to the Dark Ghetto: Poverty Knowledge, Racial Liberalism, and Cultural "Pathology"…
19. Psychiatry and responsibility Book , Print in English
  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    RC458 .S35 1962 c. 1
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20. Report Journal/Newspaper , Print , Conference in English
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. 1947 .

  • Libraries Service Center
    BF21.G76 c. 1
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    • Digital copies of most articles and selections are available through the Libraries Service Center at lsc@jhu.edu. Subscription cancelled.
    Includes
    • no.18 (1951),
    • no.35 (1956)-no.37 ( )
    • no.37 (1957) abbrev.
    • no.37b (1970), abbrev.
    • no. 45 (1960)-no.68 (1968)
    • no.69 (1968) reissue
    • no.27A (1968) reissue
    • no.70 (1968)-no.96 (1980) no.96 bound with 97-98
    • of later title
Ellen Herman. 1995 .

Herman, Ellen.

1. In the Name of Enlightenment -- 2. War on the Enemy Mind -- 3. The Dilemmas of Democratic Morale -- 4. Nervous in the Service -- 5. The Career of Cold War Psychology -- 6. Project Camelot and Its Aftermath -- 7. The Damaging Psychology of Race…
Jesse F. Ballenger. 2006 .

Ballenger, Jesse F.

"Senility haunts the landscape of the self-made man, asserts historian Jesse Ballenger. Here, Ballenger traces the transformation of senility as a cultural category from the late nineteenth century to the late twentieth century, when Alzheimer's disease became increasingly…
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    RC523.B25 2006 c. 1
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    RC523 .B25 2006 c. 1
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23. The sexes throughout nature Book , Online in English
by Antoinette Brown Blackwell. 1875 .

Blackwell, Antoinette Louisa Brown, 1825-1921.

Sex and evolution -- The alleged antagonism between growth and reproduction -- Sex and work -- The building of a brain -- The trial by science.
24. The sexes throughout nature Book , Print in English
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    HQ21 .B6 c. 1
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edited by Sheila Jasanoff. 2004 .

by Frantz Fanon ; translated from the French by Haakon Chevalier. 1969 .

Fanon, Frantz, 1925-1961.

[by] Charles E. Rosenberg. 1968 .

Rosenberg, Charles E.

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    K81.G8 R6 1968 c. 1
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    K81.G8 R6 1968 c. 2
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Gabriel N. Mendes. 2015 .

Mendes, Gabriel N., 1972-

Introduction : "a deeper silence" -- 1. "This burden of consciousness" : Richard Wright and the psychology of race relations, 1927-1947 -- 2. "Intangible difficulties" : Dr. Fredric Wertham and the politics of psychiatry in the interwar years…
Mia Bay. 2000 .

Bay, Mia.

I. White People in Black Ethnology -- 1. "Of One Blood God Created All the Nations of Men": African-Americans Respond to the Rise of Ideological Racism, 1789-1830 -- 2. Redeemer Race and the Angry Saxon: Race, Gender, and White People in Antebellum Black Ethnology…