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Medieval

Books
Hyacinthe, Rafael, L'Ordre de Saint-Lazare de Jérusalem au Moyen Age, Millau, Conservatoire Larzac Templier et Hospitalier et
E&C, 2003.

Articles

Gazzini, M, ‘La città, la strada, l’ospitalità: l’area di Capodiponte a Parma tra XII e XIV secolo’, in Un’area di strada. L’Emilia
occidentale nel Medioevo. Ricerche storiche e riflessioni metodologiche, a cura di R. Greci, Bologna 2000, pp. 307-331 (electronic
version: http://www.lett.unitn.it/_RM/biblioteca/scaffale/g.htm#Marina Gazzini>)

Gazzini, M, ‘L'insediamento gerosolimitano a Parma nel basso Medioevo: attività ospedaliera e gestione del culto civico’, in Riviera
di Levante tra Emilia e Toscana. Un crocevia per l'Ordine di San Giovanni, a cura di J. Costa Restagno, Bordighera 2001, Istituto
Internazionale di Studi Liguri, Atti dei convegni VI, pp. 421-446.

Gazzini, M, ‘Gli utenti della strada. Mercanti, pellegrini, militari’, in Reti Medievali, Rivista, III – 2002

Gazzini, M, ‘Ospedali a Parma nei secoli XII-XIV. Note storiche e archivistiche’, in La Via Francigena nell’Emilia occidentale.
Ricerche archivistiche e bibliografiche, a cura di R. Greci, Bologna, Clueb, 2002, pp. 91-119

Mitchell, P.D & Stern, E., ‘Parasitic intestinal helminth ova from the latrines of the 13th century crusader hospital of St. John in Acre,
Israel’, in Proceedings of the XIIIth European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Chieti Italy, Ed. M. La Verghetta, L.
Capasso. Teramo: Edigrafital S.p.A. 2001 pp.207-13.
Rawcliffe, Carole, "Learning to Love the Leper: Aspects of Institutional Charity in
Anglo-Norman England", Anglo Norman Studies, xxii, 2001, pp. 231-50

Rawcliffe, Carole, "Pasports to Paradise: How English Medieval Hospitals Kept their Archives", Archives, xxvii, 2002, pp. 2-22

Rawcliffe, Carole, "'Written in the Book of Life': The Libraries of English Medieval Hospitals and Almshouses", The Library, seventh
series, ii, 2002, pp. 127-62

Rawcliffe, Carole, "The Eighth Comfortable Work: Education in the Medieval English Hospital", in The Church and Learning in Late
Medieval English Society, ed. C.M. Barron and J. Stratford,Paul Watkins Press, Stamford, 2002, pp. 371-98

Rawcliffe, Carole, "On the Threshold of Eternity: The Monastic Infirmaries of Medieval East Anglia", in East Anglia's History:
Studies in Honour of Norman Scarfe, ed. C. Harper-Billl, C. Rawcliffe and R.G. Wilson, Woodbridge, 2002, pp. 41-72

Rawcliffe, Carole, "The Earthly and Spiritual Topography of Suburban Hospitals", in Town and Country, 1100-1500, ed. C. Dyer and
K. Giles,Society for Medieval
Archaeology, 2003

Rawcliffe, Carole, "The Seventh Comfortable Work: Charity and Mortality in the Medieval Hospital", in *Medicina e Storia*, vol. 3,
no. 6 (2003), pp. 11-35.
Early Modern

Books
Andrews, J & Scull, A., Undertaker of the Mind: Dr John Monro and Mad-Doctoring in Eighteenth-Century England, Berkeley; Los
Angeles and London: University of California Press, 2001

Pastore, A. & Garbellotti, M. (eds.), L'uso del denaro. Patrimoni e amministrazione nei luoghi pii e negli enti ecclesiastici in Italia
(secoli XV-XVIII), Bologna, Il Mulino, 2001

Articles

Gray, Louise, ‘ The Experience of Old Age in the Narratives of the Rural Poor in Early Modern Germany’, in Botelho, L., Ottaway, S.
& Kittredge, K. (eds). Power and Poverty. Old Age on the Pre-Industrial Past, Greenwood Publishers, 107 – 124 (Looks at petitions
relating to individuals who wish to gain entry into one of the territorial hospitals in Hesse, Germany)

Gray, Louise, ‘Petitioning for Survival: Medical Care and Welfare Provision in Early Modern German Hospitals’, Medicina & Storia,
2003, III, 6, pp. 73 – 91 (Patient petitions)

Henderson, John ‘Ospedali Fiorentini ed opere d’arte nel rinascimento: valore storico e ruolo sanitario-devozionale’, Medicina nei
secoli. Journal of History of Medicine, 2001, pp. 273-295.

Henderson, John, ‘Healing the Body and Healing the Soul: Hospitals in Renaissance Florence’, Renaissance Studies, 2001, pp.
188-216.

Kinzelbach, Annemarie, 'Hospitals, medicine, and society: southern German imperial towns in the sixteenth century', Renaissance
Studies 15, 2001, 217-228.
Pastore, A. ‘Governare la città appestata: giuristi e medici a confronto’, in Il piacere del testo. Saggi e studi per Albano Biondi, a
cura di A. Prosperi, I, Roma, Bulzoni editore, 2001, pp. 423-444.

Pastore, A., ‘Giudici, medici e perizie medico-legali nell'Italia del Seicento’, in Le Carte e la Storia. Rivista di storia delle istituzioni,
8, 2002, n° 2, pp. 42-50.

Pastore, A., ‘Modèles d'assistance urbaine au début de l'Epoque moderne. Le cas italien face à l'expérience française et
espagnole’, in Living in the City, a cura di E. Sonnino, Roma 2003
Modern

Books

Anderson, W. K., Fever Hospital, (1904 – 1996), Melbourne University Press, 2002

Cherry, Steve, Mental Health Care in Modern England: the Norfolk Lunatic Asylum/St. Andrew's Hospital c.1810-1998, Boydell,
2003, ISBN 0 85115 920 6.

Hlavackova, Ludmila & Svobodny, Petr, Dejiny vseobecne nemocnice v Praze


1790-2000 (History of the General Univarsity Hospital in Prague), 2nd
edition, Praha 2001

Keating, Peter and Cambrosio, Alberto, Biomedical Platforms.


Realigning the Normal and the Pathological in Late Twentieth Century
Medicine. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003 (Chapter 2)

Keel, Othmar, L'avènement de la médecine clinique moderne en Europe 1750-1815. Politiques, institutions et savoirs, Presses de
l'Université de Montréal; coédition : Georg Éditeur (Suisse), 2001

Mohan, J & Gorsky, M, Don't look back ? Voluntary and charitable finance of hospitals in Britain, past and present (Office of Health
Economics), June 2001

Schlumbohm, Jürgen and Wiesemann, Claudia (eds.), Die Entstehung der Geburtsklinik in Deutschland, 1751-1850: Göttingen,
Kassel, Braunschweig, Göttingen: Wallstein 2004
Sloane, D.C. and Conant Sloane, B Medicine Moves to the Mall. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Center Books on Design &
Space, 2003.

Stollberg, G. & Tamm, Ingo, Die Binnendifferenzierung in deutschen Krankenhäusern bis zum Ersten Weltkrieg, Stuttgart: Steiner.

Waddington, Keir, Medical Education at St. Bartholomew's c.1780s – 1995, Woodford: Boydell, 2003

Articles

Adams, Annmarie and Theodore, David, "Designing for 'The Little Convalescents': Children's Hospitals in Toronto and Montreal,
1875-2006," Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 19, No.1 (2002), 201-43.

Adams, Annmarie, "Rooms of Their Own: The Nurses' Residences at Montreal's Royal Victoria Hospital," in Restoring Women's
History through Historic Preservation, edited by Gail Lee Dubrow and Jennifer B. Goodman, Baltimore:Johns Hopkins University
Press, 2003 131-44.

Anderson, S.C., ''An Intemperate Uncertificated Medico': The Hospital


Pharmacist in Great Britain Before 1923', Pharmaceutical Historian, 2001, 31, 1, 12-16.

Andrews, J., 'The Boundaries of Her Majesty’s Pleasure: Discharging Child Murderers from Broadmoor and Perth Criminal Lunatic
Department c1860-1920', in Mark Jackson ed. Infanticide: Historical Perspectives, c. 1550-2000 (Aldershot, Hants & Vermont:
Ashgate, 2002), 216-48

Cherry, Steve, 'Medicine and Public Health 1900-39' in C. Wrigley (ed) Blackwell Companion to Early Twentieth Century Britain
(2003), pp 405-24.

Gorsky, M. et al, ‘The Financial Health of Voluntary Hospitals in Interwar Britain’, Economic History Review, lV, 3, May 2002 533-
557
Gorsky, M & Mohan, J, ‘London’s voluntary hospitals in the inter-war period: growth, transformation or crisis ?', Nonprofit and
Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 30, 2, June 2001, 247-75

Gorsky, M. et al, 'Hospitals and the Public Sphere: contribution and participation before the National Health Service’ in S.Sturdy ed.
Medicine and the Public Sphere, Routledge, 2002 , pp.123-44,

Helmstadter, Carol, "Early Nursing Reform: A Doctor-Driven Phenomenon," Medical History, Vol. 46, 2002. (Deals with reforms
driven by the doctors in the twelve teaching hospitals in London in the nineteenth century.)

Hlavackova, Ludmila, ‘Prague Spitals and Hospitals before the General


University Hospital Foundation’, in Nemocnice - Journal of General
University Hospital in Prague, Special Issue 2002, pp. 10-24.

Hughes, Jonathan, 'Modernism, Medicine and Movement in 1960s Britain', in


Elain Harwood and Alan Powers, editors, The Sixties: Life, Style,
Architecture, London: Twentieth Century Society, 2002, pp. 91-104.

Hughes, Jonathan, 'The 'Matchbox on a Muffin': The Design of Hospitals in the Early NHS', Medical History, vol. 44, no. 1, January
2000, pp. 21-56

Hughes, Jonathan, 'The Indeterminate Building', in Jonathan Hughes and Simon Sadler, editors, Non-Plan: Essays on Freedom,
Participation and Change in Modern Architecture and Urbanism, Oxford: Architectural Press, 2000, pp. 90-103.

Malcolm, E., '"Ireland's crowded madhouses": the institutional confinement of the insane in nineteenth- and twentieth-century
Ireland' in Roy Porter and David Wright (eds), The Confinement of the Insane, 1800-1965: International Perspectives, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2003, pp 315-333.

Marland, H., 'The changing shape of the hospital', in Deborah Brunton (ed.), Medicine Transformed: Health, Disease and Society in
Europe, 1800-1939, (OUP Course book), Manchester University Press, 2004.
Masova, Hana ‘Nemocnice v prùmyslových centrech Èeskoslovenské republiky’ (Hospitals in the industrial centres of the
Czechoslovak Republic
(1918-1939), in Dìjiny ved a techniky, 2001, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 63-89.

Masova, Hana, ‘Spory o epidemickou nemocnici v Olomouci v letech 1925-1938’ (Controversies concerning the epidemic hospital
in Olomouc), in Sborník lékaøský, 2001, Vol. 102, No. 4, pp. 139-149.

Masova, Hana, ‘Prostìjov a Zlín - dvì moravské nemocnice v první ÈSR’


(Prostejov and Zlin - the case of two Moravian hospitals and their directors
in the interwar Czechoslovakia), Dejiny ved a techniky 2002, Vol. 35, No.
3-4, pp. 177-209

Masova, Hana, ‘Thomayerova nemocnice v Praze - nìkdej¹í Masarykovy domovy’, (Thomayer Hospital in Prague - the former
welfare institutions of the city), Sanquis 2002, No. 20, pp. 40-44.

Masova, Hana, ‘Vìda a nemocnièní praxe v pøedmnichovském Èeskoslovensku’ (Science and practice at the hospitals in the inter-
war Czechoslovakia), Práce z archivu akademie vìd - Studia historiae academiae acientiarum, Seria A, Fasciculus 7, Praha 2002,
pp. 117-133.

Pelis, Kim, "Taking Credit: The Canadian Army Medical Corps and the British
Conversion to Blood Transfusion in W.W.I.," Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences, 2001, v. 56: 238-77 (re. casualty
clearing stations and the “Resuscitation Ward”)

Schlumbohm, Jürgen, ‘"The Pregnant Women are here for the Sake of the Teaching Institution": The Lying-in Hospital of Göttingen
University, 1751 to c. 1830’, in: Social History of Medicine vol. 14. 2001, pp. 59-78. (French version: Comment l'obstétrique est
devenue une science. La maternité de l'université de Göttingen, 1751-1830, in: Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales Nr.143,
2002, pp. 18-30.)

Schlumbohm, Jürgen, ‘Grenzen des Wissens: Verhandlungen zwischen Arzt und Schwangeren im Entbindungshospital der
Universität Göttingen um 1800’, in: Barbara Duden, Jürgen Schlumbohm and Patrice Veit (eds.), Geschichte des Ungeborenen.
Zur Erfahrungs- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Schwangerschaft, 17. – 20. Jahrhundert (Veröffentlichungen des Max-Planck-
Instituts für Geschichte, vol. 170). Göttingen 2002, pp. 129-165.

Schlumbohm, Jürgen, ‘Did the medicalisation of childbirth reduce maternal mortality in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?
Debates and data from several European countries’, in: William H. Hubbard et al., Historical studies in mortality decline (Det Norske
Videnskaps Akademi, II. Hist.-Filos. Klasse, Skrifter og avhandlinger Nr. 3), Oslo 2002, pp. 96-112.

Sloane, D.C., "Medicine in the (Mini) Mall: An American Health Care Landscape’, in, P Groth and C Wilson (eds), Everyday
America: Cultural Landscape Studies after J. B. Jackson. University of California Press, 2003.

Stevenson, Christine, 'Carsten Anker dines with the younger George Dance, and visits St Luke’s Hospital for the Insane’,
Architectural History ,44 (2001), 153–61

Waddington, Keir, "Subscribing to a Democracy? Management and the Voluntary Ideology of the London Hospitals, 1850-1900",
English Historical Review cxviii (2003), 357-79

Waddington, Keir, 'Mayhem and Medical Students: Image, Conduct and Control in the Victorian and Edwardian London Teaching
Hospital', Social History of Medicine 15, 2002, 45-64

Wildman S, ‘The development of nurse training in the Birmingham Teaching Hospitals 1869-1957’, International History of Nursing
Journal, 2003, 7, 3, 56-65