By: Andrew Yamazaki

Historians of Medicine, including our own Graham Mooney, Ayah Nuriddin, and Alexandre White, respond to JAMA’s Clinical Reviews podcast on BMJ’s Medical Humanities blog
March 8, 2021

“But this is what physicians need to know about their own history: Not only can physicians be racist, physicians were often…

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The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series: Dr. Claire Decoteau & Dr. Lisa Cooper
February 26, 2021

The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine is proud to present the fifth iteration of Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social…

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Dr. Elizabeth O’Brien at HPS Cambridge’s Generation to Reproduction Seminar
February 24, 2021

On March 2, 2021, Dr. Elizabeth O’Brien will present “As small as a grain of barley: the Bourbon state and the…

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Graham Mooney and Jeremy Greene interviewed in Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health
February 18, 2021

Graham Mooney and Jeremy Greene interviewed in “How History Helps Explain Pandemic Behavior” by Anna Louie Sussman, Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health.

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Graham Mooney publishes article in the Annals of Internal Medicine
February 9, 2021

Dr. Graham Mooney publishes an excellent editorial in the Annals of Internal Medicine: “The Dangers of Ignoring History Lessons During a…

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Join us on February 3-7, 2021, for “Critical Conversations on Reproductive Health/Care: Past, Present, and Future”
January 19, 2021

Scholars from across disciplines at the Johns Hopkins University and School of Medicine are organizing a conference entitled “Critical Conversations on…

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The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series: Dr. Vesla Weaver & Dr. Carolyn Sufrin
January 15, 2021

Join us on Friday, January 15th at 2pm, for the fourth iteration of Epidemic//Endemic speaker series, “Policing, Incarceration, and Health,” with…

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Join us for a very brief virtual opening of the online photo exhibition “Picturing Pandemic Baltimore” at 5 pm on Wed. Dec. 9!
December 8, 2020

Pandemics are, by definition, global phenomena, but they are lived locally. In association with a special issue on COVID-19, the Bulletin…

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The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series: Dr. Nitsan Chorev and Dr. Christy Thornton
December 2, 2020

We invite you to register for the third iteration of Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social Medicine 2020-21. On Friday, December 4th…

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Deadline for “Picturing Pandemic Baltimore” extended to November 21st
November 11, 2020

There’s been a lot on people’s minds as of late. In response, the Bulletin of the History of Medicine and the…

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