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Book Chapters

“Chocolate in Science, Nutrition and Therapy: An Historical Perspective,” and “Epilogue” in P.K.

Wilson and W.J. Hurst, Chocolate and Health: Chemistry, Nutrition, and Therapy (Cambridge, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015), pp. 1-27.

“Reading the Skin, Discerning the Landscape: A Geo-historical Perspective of Our Human

Surface,” in J. Reinarz and K. Siena (eds) A Medical History of Skin: Scratching the Surface (London: Pickering and Chatto, Studies for the Social History of Medicine Series, 2013), pp. 209-267.

“Championing a U.S. Clinic of Human Heredity: Post-War Constructs Built upon Pre-War

Concepts,” in B. Gausemeier, S. Müller-Willie,and E. Ramsen (eds) Human Heredity in the Twentieth Century (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2013), pp. 27-37.

“Conflict and Cooperation of Science and Spiritualism in Late 19th- and Early 20th Century Anglo

-American Writings,” in C. Moreman (ed) The Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Dead in America and Around the World, vol. 2, Section 3: Belief, Practice, and Evidence for Life after Death (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2013), pp. 145-158.

“Cocoa, Chocolate and Health: Historical Perspectives,” in R.Paoletti, A. Poli, A. Conti and

F. Visioli (eds) Chocolate and Health (Milan: Springer Verlag, 2012), pp. 1-16.

“Pedigree Charts as Tools to Visualize Inherited Disease in Progressive Era America,” in S.

Müller-Willie and H-J. Rheinberger (eds) A Cultural History of Heredity: Heredity in the  Century of the Gene (Berlin: Max-Plank-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2008), pp. 163-190.

“Erasmus Darwin and the ‘Noble’ Disease (Gout): Conceptualizing Heredity and Disease in

Enlightenment England,” in S. Müller-Willie and H-J. Rheinberger (eds) Heredity

Produced: At the Crossroads of Biology, Politics and Culture 1500-1870 (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2007), pp. 133-154.

“A Changing Landscape in the Medical Geography of ‘Hereditary’ Disease: Syphilis, Leprosy,

and Tuberculosis in Hawai‘i (1863-1903),” in S. Müller-Willie and H-J. Rheinberger (eds) A Cultural History of Heredity: Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries (Berlin: Max-Plank-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2005), pp. 213-232.

“Erasmus Darwin on Animal Generation: Placing Heredity within Early 19th-Century Contexts,”

in C. Smith and R. Arnot (eds) The Genius of Erasmus Darwin (London: Ashgate, 2005), pp. 113-132.

“Influences of “Kosmos” in “Earth and Man,” in R. Erickson, M.A. Font, and B. Schwartz (eds)



Alexander von Humboldt: From the Americas to the Cosmos (New York: City University of New York, 2004), 371-384.

"Erasmus Darwin on Hereditary Disease: Conceptualizing Heredity in Enlightenment English

Medical Writings," in S, Müller-Willie and H-J. Rheinberger (eds) Cultural

History of Heredity: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Berlin: Max-Plank-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2003), pp. 109-122.

“Imaging the Human Body: A Surgical Perspective of the Skin in the Enlightenment,” in Y.

Otsuka, S, Sakai, and S. Kuriyama (eds) Medicine and the History of the Body (Tokyo: Ishiyaku EuroAmerica: 1999), pp. 339-355.

“Healers in History: A Multi-Cultural Perspective,” in R. Porter (ed) The Healing Arts: The Story



of Medicine (London: Ivy Press and New York: Marlowe & Co, 1997), 168-195, Korean translation by In-Sok Yeo (Seoul: Nemo Books, 2009), pp. 353-412.

“Exposing the ‘Secret Disease’: Recognizing and Treating Syphilis in Daniel Turner’s London”

in L. Merians (ed.) Venereal Disease in Eighteenth-Century France and Great Britain

(University Press of Kentucky, 1996), pp. 68-84.

“Sherlock Holmes from Model Diagnostician to Medical Icon: The Physician’s Changing Perspective” in C. Putnet, J.A. Cutshall King, and S. Sugarman (eds) Sherlock Holmes:

Victorian Sleuth to Modern Hero, 1894-1994 (Scarecrow Press, 1996), pp. 253-266.

“An Enlightenment Science?: Surgery and the Royal Society” in R. Porter (ed.) Medicine and the Enlightenment (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995), pp. 360-386.

“Acquiring Surgical Know-How: Occupational and Lay Instruction in Early Eighteenth-Century London” in R. Porter (ed.) The History of Medical Popularization (London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 42-71.


Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

“Weighing Medical Evidence on a Historical Scale,” Hektoen International: A Journal of Medical



Humanities 3 (2011): www.hektoneinternational.org/Weighing-medical-evidence.html.

“Centuries of Seeking Chocolate’s Medicinal Benefits,” Lancet 376 (2010): 158-159.

“Visualizing the Human Body Through the Ages,” Hektoen International: A Journal of Medical

Humanities 2 (2010): www.hektoneinternational.org/visualizing_humanbody.html

(with Kyle J. Tobler and Peter G. Napolitano) “Frequency of Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, and

Tobacco Use Articles in Women’s Magazines from 1987 to 2003,” Journal of Cancer Education 24 (2009): 1-4.

(with Richard B. Gunderman, MD, PhD) “Spirituality in Medicine,” Journal of the American



College of Radiology 5 (2008): 946-950.

(with George F. Blackall, Steven A. Melnick, Glenda H. Shoop, John George, Susan M. Lerner

Richard C. Pees, and Margaret Kreher) “Professionalism in Medical Education: The Development and Validation of a Survey Instrument to Assess Attitudes Toward Professionalism,” Medical Teacher 29 (2007): 58-62.

“Hereditary Factors Underlying the ‘Destructive Trinity of Diseases”: Syphilis. Leprosy, and

Tuberculosis in 19th-Century Hawai‘i,” Medicina e Storia 14 (2007): 37-64.

“Drink, Dames & Diseases: Erasmus Darwin on Inheritance,” Vesalius: Official Journal of the



International Society for the History of Medicine 13 (2007): 60-67.

“Confronting ‘Hereditary’ Disease: Eugenic Attempts to Eliminate Tuberculosis in Progressive

Era America,” Journal of Medical Humanities 27 (2006): 19-37.

“Influences of Alexander von Humboldt’s Kosmos in the Swiss-American Geohistorian and

Creationist Arnold Guyot’s Earth and Man (1849),” Omega: Indian Journal of Science

and Religion 4 (2005): 33-51.

(with Richard B. Gunderman) “Exploring the Human Interior: The Roles of Cadaver Dissection

and Radiologic Imaging in Teaching Anatomy,” Academic Medicine 80 (2005):745-749.

“Bad Habits from Bad Genes: Early 20th-Century Eugenic Attempts to Eliminate Syphilis and

Associated ‘Defects’ from the United States,” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 20 (2003): 11-41.

“Eugenicist Harry Laughlin’s Crusade to Classify and Control the ‘Socially Inadequate’ in

Progressive Era America,” Patterns of Prejudice 36 (2002): 49-67.

“Eighteenth-Century ‘Monsters’ and Nineteenth-Century ‘Freaks’: Reading the Maternally-

Marked Child,” Literature and Medicine 21 (2002): 1-25.

“Arnold Guyot and the Pestalozzian Approach to Geology Education: A Model for 21st-Century

College Science?,” Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 92 (1999): 321-325.

“Origins of Science,” National Forum (Journal of the National Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi), 76 (Winter 1996): 39-43. Also reprinted in SIRS Renaissance electronic database, 1996.

(with Richard B. O’Dell) “Changing Perspectives of Missouri Prairies: Pre-Settlement to Late Twentieth-Century,” Missouri Prairie Journal 17 (1996): 21-26.

“Reading a Man Through His Gifts: Daniel Turner’s 1722 Donation to Yale College,” Yale University Library Gazette 69 (1995): 129-148.

“Daniel Turner and the Art of Surgery in Early Eighteenth-Century London,” Journal of the Royal

Society of Medicine 87 (1994): 781-785.

(with Janice C. Wilson and Declan O’Regan) “A Century of History in the Gazette: An Index of Medical History Articles in St Thomas’s Hospital Gazette (1891-1992),” St Thomas’s Hospital Gazette, (1994): 36-40.

“‘Out of Sight, Out of Mind?’: The Daniel Turner - James Blondel Dispute over the Power of the Mother’s Imagination,” Annals of Science, 49 (1992): 63-85. Reprinted in Philip K. Wilson (ed.) Childbirth. Changing Ideas and Practices in Britain and America, 1600 to

the Present (Hamden, CT: Garland Publishing, 1996), Vol. 3. Methods and Folklore,

361-383.


“‘Sacred Sanctuaries for the Sick’: Surgery at St Thomas’s Hospital (1725-26),” The London Journal, 17 (1992): 36-53.

“William Cowper’s Anatomy of the Skin,” International Journal of Dermatology, 31 (1992):

361-363.

“‘Dear Price ... Yours Sincerely, A. Conan Doyle’: Letters from Doyle in the Harry Price

Collection,” A.C.D. - Journal of the Arthur Conan Doyle Society, 3 (1992): 152-195.

“‘I Have Seen the Dead Glimmer’: Arthur Conan Doyle’s Scientific Approach to Spirit Photography,” Baker Street Miscellanea, 62 (1990): 1-10.

“Sherlock Holmes & Hippocrates: A Case of Similarity,” Baker Street Journal, 37 (1987):

41-44.


(with Adolph J. Janusziewcz, Manop Huntrakoon, and Morris D. Faiman), “Isolated Perfused

Lung Histamine Release, Lipid Peroxidation, and Tissue Superoxide Dismutase from Rats Exposed to Normobaric Hyperoxia,” Toxicology, 39 (1986): 37-46.




Encyclopedia and Dictionary Entires

“Sir Francis Bacon,” (51-52) and “Genetics/Genomics,” (112-114) in Heidi A. Campbell,

Heather Looy (eds) A Science and Religion Primer (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2009).

“Eugenics,” “William Withering,” “Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,” “Sherlock Holmes,” (and many

edited entries) in Encyclopaedia Britannica (online in 2007).

“James Blondel,” (v.6, 266), “William Salmon,” (v.48, 734-735), “Joanna Stephens,” (v.52, 475),

“Mary Toft,” (v.54, 891-892), and “Daniel Turner” (v.55, 605-606), in H.C.G Matthew (ed) New Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).

“Anatomy and Surgery,” (v.3, 50-53), and “Practice of Medicine,” (v.3, 44-48), in A.C.

Kors (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).

“Lucretius,” (264-265), “Hildegard von Bingen,” (185), and “Daniel Defoe,” (102-103), in P.

Gossin (ed.) Encyclopedia of Literature and Science (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002).

“Anatomy,” (29-30), “Embryology,” (207-208), “Plastic Surgery,” (577-578), and “Surgery,”

(708-710), in A. Hessenbruch (ed.) Reader’s Guide to the History of Science (London:

Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2001).

“Benjamin Fordyce Barker,” (v.2, 155-157), “Edward Hammond Clarke,” (v.4, 961-962), “Logan Clendening,” (v.5, 55-56), “John Beele Davidge,” (v.6, 140-141), “Jared Elliot,”

(v.7, 400-401), “John Farquhar Fulton,” (v.8, 567-568), “Arthur Emanuel Hertzler,” (v.10, 694-695), “Hugh Lenox Hodge,” (v.10, 911-912), “Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead,”

(v.11, 557-559), “Franklin Paine Mall,” (v.14, 369-371), “Antoine Francois Saugrain

deVigni,” (v. 19, 304-305), “Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen,” (v.20, 360-361), “Thomas Thatcher,” (v.21, 474-475), and “Hans Zinsser” (v.24, 247-249), in American National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999).

“Andrew Taylor Still,” in L. Magner (ed.) Doctors, Nurses, and Medical Practitioners. A Bio- Bibliographical Sourcebook (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997), 273-278.

“Biology,” (77-78), “William Cheselden,” (142), “Classification,” (157), “Embryology,” (217-8), “Evolutionism,” (234), “Lazzaro Spallanzani,” (695-696), and “Vitalism” (769-770), in J. Black and R. Porter (eds.) Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century World History (Oxford:



Basil Blackwell, 1994).

“Aleksandr Friedmann,” (v.2, 699-700), “Charlotte Moore,” (v.3, 1410-1411), and “Allan R. Sandage” (v.4, 1775-1777), in Noble Twentieth-Century Scientists (Detroit, Michigan: Gale Publications, 1995).


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