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  • Drawing of a man with a prominent beard

    Changing Explanations in Mind-Body Medicine

    Author: Theodore M. Brown, PhD
  • Historical photograph of a woman

    A Medicine of their Own: The Stories of American Women Healers

    Author: Sarah L. Berry, PhD

history & social studies

  • African American woman with child on her knee tends to a cook fire in a dark room.

    “All the Slaves Ate Together”: African American Foodways and the Colonial Era

    Author: Psyche Williams-Forson, PhD
  • Advertisement with an illustration of a man cut away to show a little boy beneath

    America's Mind-Altering History

    Author: Sarah W. Tracy, PhD
  • Drawing of a man with a prominent beard

    Changing Explanations in Mind-Body Medicine

    Author: Theodore M. Brown, PhD
  • Cropped poster illustration of Chinese dragon dance shows a dragon puppet being supported by three men dressed in brown outfits with head scarves while three dancers with lanterns dance along.

    Disseminating Health Knowledge: Public Health Campaigns in 20th-Century China

    Author: Liping Bu, PhD
  • Crowd of people marching holding anti-domestic violence signs.

    Domestic Violence: A History of Reform and Activism in the United States

    Author: Amy C. Sullivan, PhD
  • Microphotograph of two E. coli bacteria exchanging DNA through conjugation

    Engineering the Genes: Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Biotechnology

    Author: Nadine Weidman, PhD
  • The Family Physician and the House Apothecary

    George Washington and Medicine

    Author: Natalie A. Zacek, PhD
  • People gathered by a body of water watching ships sailing

    Healing Elements: A Native Hawaiian Perspective

    Author: Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor, PhD
  • President Kennedy speaks at podium, flanked by 14 seated dignitaries, as a crowd looks on.

    Health Care Reform and History

    Author: Beatrix Hoffman, PhD
  • Black-and-white portrait photograph of Charles Drew sitting at his desk, ca. 1947

    Life after Death: Dr. Charles Drew, Civil Rights, and the Legacy of Race

    Author: Richard Mizelle Jr, PhD
  • Historical photograph of a woman

    A Medicine of their Own: The Stories of American Women Healers

    Author: Sarah L. Berry, PhD
  • Drawing of a building with people in front

    Obstacles and Opportunities: African Americans’ Medical Work in the American Civil War

    Author: Margaret Humphreys, PhD, MD
  • Photograph of a crowded encampment

    The Ordeal of War

    Author: Peter Carmichael, PhD
  • Interconnected circles

    Patient Zero and the Early North American HIV/AIDS Epidemic

    Author: Richard A. McKay, PhD
  • White female army nurse in uniform and cap, visible from chest up.

    Picture Perfect Images and Realities of Military Nursing During the World Wars

    Author: Loren Miller
  • Five Civil-War era amputees in military uniform gathered together for a photograph

    Reconstructing State and Soldier: Disability and the American Civil War

    Author: Susan-Mary Grant, PhD
  • Photograph of sign reading 'ACT UP IS WATCHING'

    Responding to AIDS: History, Politics and Visual Culture

    Author: Eric W. Boyle, PhD
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    Seeking Pleasure, Managing Moods: Users' Experiences with Psychoative Drugs

    Author: Caroline Jean Acker, PhD
  • Road sign indicating a curve

    Society at Odds: the Evolution of AIDS Outreach and Education in America

    Author: Emily W. Easton, MA
  • Drawing of a frowning man

    "Things Most Strange and Wondrous": The Hidden Roots of Modern Science and Medicine

    Author: Mark A. Waddell, PhD
  • Historical photograph of Charlotte Perkins Gilman at her desk

    The Troubled Mind in Medicine and Society

    Author: Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, PhD

health education

  • Cropped poster illustration of Chinese dragon dance shows a dragon puppet being supported by three men dressed in brown outfits with head scarves while three dancers with lanterns dance along.

    Disseminating Health Knowledge: Public Health Campaigns in 20th-Century China

    Author: Liping Bu, PhD
  • People gathered by a body of water watching ships sailing

    Healing Elements: A Native Hawaiian Perspective

    Author: Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor, PhD
  • Four seated White men in lab coats look on as a White woman points towards a back lit board

    The Physician Assistant Profession: Reflections on Its Past, Present, and Future

    Author: Henry B. Perry, MD, MPH, PhD
  • A montage of 4 environmental health posters.

    Race, Medicine, and Health in America

    Author: Richard Mizelle Jr. PhD

science & technology

  • Microphotograph of two E. coli bacteria exchanging DNA through conjugation

    Engineering the Genes: Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Biotechnology

    Author: Nadine Weidman, PhD
  • Portrait of a young woman with light-colored hair looking to her left

    Following Frankenstein: Mary Shelley, the Monster, and Medical Science

    Author: Susan E. Lederer, PhD