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The Course will provide students with an introduction to major topics in the history of medicine of the 18th and early 19th centuries, and to the methodologies, qualitative and quantitative, which historians have employed to explore them. Students will be introduced to the major bibliographical tools and archival resources (including on-line catalogues and databases) for the history of medicine.
By the end of the taught part of the course, the students should have:
1. Gained a working knowledge of the history of medicine from 1700 to 1850.
1. Become aware of a variety of different scholarly approaches to the study of the history of medicine and related fields.
1. Developed skills in qualitative and quantitative research methods and in historical interpretation
1. Improved their written and oral exposition of historical interpretation and argument
1. Become proficient in literature searching and document location in medical history