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Selected Bibliography

Lisa Cartwright, Screening the Body: Tracing Medicine's Visual Culture (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1995).

Editors of Look Magazine, Movie Lot to Beachhead: The Motion Picture Goes to War and Prepares for the Future (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1945).

Fanning Hearon, "The Motion-Picture Program and Policy of the United States Government," Journal of Educational Sociology 12 (11-1938): 147-62.

Marianne Fedunkiw, "Malaria Films: Motion Pictures as a Public Health Tool," American Journal of Public Health 93.7 (7-2003): 1046-57.

Lester D. Friedman, ed., Cultural Sutures: Medicine and Media (Durham, NC & London: Duke University Press, 2004).

Clayton R. Koppes & Gregory D. Black, "What to Show the World: The Office of War Information and Hollywood, 1942-45," Journal of American History 64.1 (6-1977): 87-105.

Susan E. Lederer & Naomi Rogers, "Media," in Roger Cooter & John Pickstone, eds., Medicine in the Twentieth Century (Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publ., 2000), 487-502.

Susan E. Lederer & John Parascandola, "Screening Syphilis: Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet meets the Public Health Service," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 53.4 (10-1998): 345-70.

Arthur L. Mayer, "Fact into Film," Public Opinion Quarterly 8.2 (Summer 1944): 206-25.

Christie Milliken, "Continence of the Continent: The Ideology of Disease and Hygiene in World War II Training Films," in Lester D. Friedman, ed., Cultural Sutures: Medicine and Media (Durham, NC & London: Duke University Press, 2004).

Adolf Nichtenhauser, "A History of Motion Pictures in Medicine" (unpublished manuscript, National Library of Medicine, MS C 380, ca. 1950).

John Parascandola, "VD at the movies: PHS films of the 1930s and 1940s," Public Health Reports 111.2 (Mar-Apr 1996): 173-75.

Martin Pernick, "Thomas Edison's Tuberculosis Films: Mass Media and Health Propaganda," Hastings Center Report (6-1978): 21-27.

_____, "U.S. Government Sex Education Films in the 1920s," Isis 84 (12-1993): 766-68.

_____, The Black Stork: Eugenics and the Death of "Defective" Babies in American Medicine and Motion (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996).