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UPDATE on Teaching History of Medicine with Artifacts and Oral Histories

You can now access Teaching Medical History with Primary Sources: Introduction by Dominique A. Tobbell and Teaching with Artifacts and Special Collections by Lois Hendrickson on Project Muse, and read the full articles in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Volume 90, Number 1, Spring 2016.  The syllabi for classes mentioned in these essays can be found in the BHM syllabus archive.

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Undergraduate students in the Wangensteen Historical Library’s reading room looking at a table with artifacts.

 


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