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The Transformation of German Academic Medicine, 1750–1820

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Part of Cambridge Studies in the History of Medicine

  • Date Published: February 2011
  • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • format: Fully Digital
  • isbn: 9780511820885

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  • By examining German university medicine between 1750 and 1820, this book presents a new interpretation of the emergence of modern medical science. It demonstrates that the development of modern medicine as a profession linking theory and practice did not emerge suddenly from the revolutionary transformation of Europe at the opening of the nineteenth century, as Foucault and others have argued. Instead, Thomas H. Broman points to cultural and institutional changes occurring during the second half of the eighteenth century as reshaping both medical theory and physician's professional identity. Among the most important of these factors was the emergence of a literary public sphere in Germany between 1750 and 1800, a development that exposed medical writing to new discourses such as Jena Romanticism and created the stage on which would be played out the bitter medical controversies of the 1790s.

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    '… illuminating … offers a clear, straightforward and innovatively original approach to the presentation of the subject factually without tendentiousness and integrates social, intellectual and cultural approaches with historical analysis'. Studies in History of Medicine and Science

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    • Date Published: February 2011
    • format: Fully Digital
    • isbn: 9780511820885
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    1. Physicians in eighteenth-century Germany
    2. Fractures and new alignments
    3. Physicians and writers: medical theory and the emergence of the public sphere
    4. The art of healing
    5. Breaking the shackles of history: the Brunonian revolution in Germany
    6. German medicine during the restoration
    Conclusion: disciplines, professions, and the public sphere
    Index.

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    Thomas H. Broman, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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