Kathleen Crowther

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Kathleen Crowther lecturing to University of Oklahoma undergraduates about the history of anatomy in the anatomy theater of the University of Bologna.

Department of the History of Science
University of Oklahoma
601 Elm, Room 625
Norman, OK 73019

Office Tel: 1-405-325-2213


Kathleen Crowther is an associate professor in the Department of the History of Science and an affiliate faculty member in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University of Oklahoma.  Her research interests are in the areas of early modern science and medicine, the history of the book and the history of the body.  She teaches undergraduate survey courses on the history of medicine and the history of science, as well as courses on women and medicine, public health and the scientific revolution.  She teaches both on-line and face-to-face classes.  She blogs at Before Newton and tweets as @Sacrobosco2013.

Mary Fissell

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Mary Fissell in the Jacobs Room at the Institute, opining about Renaissance anatomy.

Department of the History of Medicine
1900 E. Monument Street
Baltimore, MD 21205


Mary Fissell is a professor in the Department of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University, and has an appointment in the History Department as well. Her scholarship focuses on health and healing, gender, and sexuality in early modern England, although she continues to stray into the the 19th and 20th centuries with her current book project on Aristotle’s Masterpiece. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on-site, and teaches in and directs the Online Program in the History of Medicine, as well as co-editing the Bulletin.