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Congratulations are due to James Flowers. He has just accepted a position in the College of Korean Medicine at Kyung Hee University. He'll be a Korea Research Fellow, funded by the National Research...
Swapping Recipes (On How to Study Recipes): A Conversation, History of Science Society Newsletter, July 2020. 
Editor’s note: Scholarship via recipes of all sorts lies at the center of this article...
At the 2020 Convocation, graduating MD student Chrstine Gummerson recieved the W. Bruce Fye Prize in History of Medicine for her essay "Protecting Health through Pollution Control:  How Clinical...
Congratulations to our two newest graduates from the Online Program in the History of Medicine!
Pat Wilkinson stepped across the virtual stage to recieve his Master of Arts in the History of Medicine...
The Institute of the History of Medicine is closed at this time. According to Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 guidelines, all events are cancelled for the Spring 2020 semsester and we will reassess...
We are delighted to highlight a new article by one of our Online Certificate students, Jakub M. Kwiescinski. “Merit Ptah, “The First Woman Physician”: Crafting of a Feminist History with an Ancient...
"Hanbang Healing for the World: The Eastern Medicine Renaissance in 1930s Japan-ruled Korea" is an article based on one of his dissertation chapters. Congratulations James! Abstract: The story of the...
He has been accepted to work with Prof. Kai-wing Chow, renown scholar of late imperial Chinese social and intellectual history and the history of publishing in China. Brian completed his MA thesis “...
 
 
 
As part of Loyola University's Chinese Week, Hanson will discuss her book project "Heaven and Earth within One's Grasp: The Body-as-Technology in Classical Chinese Medicine" Maryland Hall 443,...
as "Travels of a Chinese Pulse Treatise: The Latin and French Translations of the Tuzhu maijue bianzhen 圖註脈訣辨真 (1650s-1730s), 23-57, in the new book edited by Harold J. Cook, Translation at Work:...

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