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MF9320 - Medical history: sources, methods and historiographic questions

Location:  Frederik Holts hus, Ullevål sykehus, Kirkeveien 166
                    Tuesday room 231
                    Wednesday room 050

Schedule and reading list for PhD training in Medical history

Tuesday 4 th May:

Lecturers: Christoph Gradmann,  Anne Kveim Lie

09-10     Introduction: Medicine and its’ history - Christoph Gradmann/ Anne Kveim Lie

10-11     Tools of the trade I: sources - Christoph Gradmann/ Anne Kveim Lie

11-12     Tools of the trade II: methodologies - Christoph Gradmann/ Anne Kveim Lie

13-14     Tools of the trade III: historiography - Øivind Larsen

14-16     Actors: Doctors, Patients, Institutions - Christoph Gradmann/ Anne Kveim Lie
 

Suggested reading for day one:
King, L. (1982). Medical Thinking. A Historical Preface. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 5-15.
Rosenberg, C. E. (1992). Framing Disease: Illness, Society and History. In C. E. Rosenberg & J. Golden (Eds.), Framing Disease: Studies in Cultural History (pp. XIII-XXVI). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.


Wednesday 5th May 

Lecturers: Christoph Gradmann, Anne Kveim Lie
 

9 -10      Tools of the trade III: historiography Grand narratives of modern medicine I
               Chapter from:
               Rosenberg, C. E. (1992). Explainig Epidemics. In C. E. Rosenberg (Ed.), Explainig Epidemics and Other Studies in the History of Medicine
               (pp. 293-304).Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

10 -11    Grand narratives of modern medicine I
                Pathological Anatomy and clinical medicine ca. 1800
                Faber, K. (1930). Nosography: The Evolution of Clinical Medicine in Modern Times. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, pp.28-58.

11-12      Grand narratives of modern medicine III
                Reinventing disease: The role of the laboratory
                Cunningham, A. (1992). Transforming plague. The laboratory and the identity of infectious disease. In A. Cunningham & P. Williams (Eds.),
                The medicine (pp. 209-224). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

13-14      Grand narratives of modern medicine IV
                Epidemiological transitions
                Brandt, A. M., & Gardner, M. (2000). The golden age of Medicine? In R. Cooter & J. Pickstone (Eds.), Companion to Medicine i the Twentieth Century (pp. 21-37). New York: Routledge.
                

14-16      Guest Lecture:
                What was scientific medicine: The History of Evidence Based Medicine (Cornelius Borck) 
                Georg Sverdrups hus, Seminar room 3!


Suggested additional reading:
Jan Golinski, Making Natural Knowledge. Constructivism and the History of Science (Cambridge: Cambrdige University Press, 1998).
Frank Huisman, and John Harley Warner, eds., Locating Medical History. The Stories and Their Meanings (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004).
John V. Pickstone, Ways of Knowing: A New History of Science, Technology and Medicine (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000).
Roy Porter, ed. The Cambridge History of Medicine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006).
Charles E. Rosenberg, and Janet Golden, eds., Framing Disease: Studies in Cultural History (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1992).