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Civic Medicine

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J. Andrew Mendelsohn is Reader in History of Science and Medicine in the School of History at Queen Mary, University of London. An... Lire la suite
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Auteur
J. Andrew Mendelsohn is Reader in History of Science and Medicine in the School of History at Queen Mary, University of London. Annemarie Kinzelbach has published extensively on medicine, health, and society in early modern Germany. She has been affiliated with the universities of Ulm, Berlin, Erlangen-Nürnberg, and Heidelberg. Ruth Schilling is Junior Professor for the History of Science at the University of Bremen and scientific coordinator of exhibitions and research at the German Maritime Museum.

Résumé
Communities great and small across Europe for eight centuries have contracted with doctors. Physicians provided citizen care, helped govern, and often led in public life. Civic Medicine stakes out this timely subject by focusing on its golden age, when cities rivaled territorial states in local and global Europe and when civic doctors were central to the rise of shared, organized written information about the human and natural world. This opens the prospect of a long history of knowledge and action shaped more by community and responsibility than market or state, exchange or power.

Contenu
Introduction: Civic Medicine J. Andrew Mendelsohn 1. Public Practice: The European Longue Durée of Medicine, Polity, and Knowledge J. Andrew Mendelsohn Part I: Scholar in Town, Scholar in Office 2. The Many Uses of Writing: A Humanist Physician in Sixteenth-Century Prague Michael Stolberg 3. Promoting a Good Physician: Letters of Application to German Civic Authorities, 15001700 Sabine Schlegelmilch 4. "De Officiis": Doctors' Oaths and Appointments in Early Modern Nuremberg Fritz Dross Part II: Evaluating, Reporting 5. Reporting for Action: Forms of Writing Between Medicine and Polity in Milan, 1580-1650 Laura Di Giammatteo and J. Andrew Mendelsohn 6. Negotiating on Paper: Councillors, Medical Officers, and Patients in an Early Modern City Annemarie Kinzelbach Part III: Documenting, Locating 7. Accountability, Autobiography, and Belonging: The Working Journal of a Sixteenth-Century Diplomatic Physician Between Venice and Damascus Valentina Pugliano 8. A Sense of Place: Town Physicians and the Resources of Locality in Early Modern Medicine Gianna Pomata 9. Physical City: A Royal Physician's Warsaw Ruth Schilling Part IV: Translating, Translocating 10. Transformative Itineraries and Communities of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe: The Case of Lazare Rivière's The Practice of Physick Elaine Leong 11. Trading Information: The City of Nuremberg and the Birth of a Latin Medical Weekly Annemarie Kinzelbach and Marion Maria Ruisinger

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Civic Medicine
Sous-titre: Physician, Polity, and Pen in Early Modern Europe
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9781472453587
ISBN: 978-1-4724-5358-7
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 231
Poids: g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm
Année: 2019