HST 425: American and European Health Care Since 1800
History, Michigan State University
Professor Peter Vinten-Johansen

I wish to thank the following individuals for making contributions to this web site over the years:

Joshua Courtade, Honors College, Michigan State University
Jeris Stueland, Honors College, Michigan State University
Camila Montoya, Doctoral Candidate in History, Michigan State University
and Graduate Assistant in HST 425
Dale Land, Secretary, Department of History, Michigan State University

Tara Dosumu-Birr, Master's candidate in Interdisciplinary Programs in Health and Humanities, is the Teaching Assistant in HST425 during the Spring Semester 2003 and is involved in updating the course web site.

Honore Daumier, The Physician (1833, lithograph)
    1831-32 Cholera Epidemic
Translation of caption:
"How the devil does it happen that all my patients succumb? . . . I bleed them,
I physic them, I drug them. . . . I simply can't understand it."

Syllabus for Spring Semester 2003

Schedule of Assignments (SS'00)

Schedule of Assignments (SS'03)    -- Access limited to students in HST 425 during the listed semester.

                                            If you wish a paper copy of the Schedule of Assignments, please contact Peter
                                                            Vinten-Johansen at the Email link at the bottom of this page.

John Snow Unit:

    "The Cholera near Golden Square," Medical Times & Gazette 9 (1854): 321-22 [issue of 23 September].

   MCC1:  "On the Mode of Communication of Cholera" (1849)

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Last Updated: 13 April 2000