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by Patricia Anne Baker,Gillian Carr

Category: Anthropology
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Patricia Anne Baker,Gillian Carr
ISBN: 1842170791
ISBN13: 978-1842170793
Language: English
Publisher: Oxbow Books (November 22, 2002)
Pages: 272
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The medical writings of early medieval western Europe c. 700 – c. 1000 have often been derided for their disorganised appearance, poor Latin, nebulous conceptual framework, admixtures of magic and folklore, and general lack of those positive features that historians attribute to ancient o. .

The medical writings of early medieval western Europe c. 1000 have often been derided for their disorganised appearance, poor Latin, nebulous conceptual framework, admixtures of magic and folklore, and general lack of those positive features that historians attribute to ancient or later medieval medicine. This paper attempts to rescue the period from its negative image.

European Journal of Archaeology. Patricia A. Baker and Gillian Carr, eds, Practitioners, Practices and Patients: New Approaches to Medical Archaeology and Anthropology. Oxford: Oxbow, 2002, xi + 259 p. pbk, ISBN 1 84217 079 1). Wolf-Rüdiger Teegen (a1).

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Practitioners, Practices and Patients : New Approaches to Medical Archaeology and Anthropology. Medical archaeologists and anthropologists are both interested in the cultural constructions of disease, healing and medicine, but the interpretative methods used by the two groups are often quite different and interdisciplinary discussion is rare. The papers presented in this volume aim to bridge the disciplinary gap, to widen the field of interpretation, and to reconsider the cultural complexities of medical ideologies, beliefs and prac.

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Medical archaeologists and anthropologists are both interested in the cultural constructions of disease, healing and medicine, but the interpretative methods used by the two groups are often quite different and interdisciplinary discussion is rare

Medical archaeologists and anthropologists are both interested in the cultural constructions of disease, healing and medicine, but the interpretative methods used by the two groups are often quite different and interdisciplinary discussion is rare. The papers presented in this volume aim to bridge the disciplinary gap, to widen the field of interpretation, and to reconsider the cultural complexities of medical ideologies, beliefs and practices.

Medical archaeologists and anthropologists are both interested in the cultural constructions of disease, healing and medicine, and the papers presented in this volume aim to bridge the disciplinary gap, widen the field o.

Medical archaeologists and anthropologists are both interested in the cultural constructions of disease, healing and medicine, and the papers presented in this volume aim to bridge the disciplinary gap, widen the field of interpretation, and reconsider the cultural complexities of medical ideologies, beliefs and practices. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Baker, Patricia A and Carr, Gillian, ed. This book is a collection of papers that consider the impotance of material culture in the use of medical history and archaeology.

Baker, Patricia A and Carr, Gillian, eds. (2002) Practitioners, Practices and Patients: New Approaches to Medical Archaeology and Anthropology: Conference Proceedings. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 272 pp. ISBN 978-1-84217-079-3. Subjects: C Auxiliary Sciences of History CC Archaeology R Medicine R Medicine (General) G Geography.

This book teaches students and scholars of Greco-Roman medical history .

This book teaches students and scholars of Greco-Roman medical history how to use and critically assess archaeological materials. Baker is Head of Classical and Archaeological Studies at the University of Kent.

New Approaches to Medical Archaeology and Medical Anthropology: Practitioners, Practices and Patients. Selected BOOK CHAPTERS and JOURNAL ARTICLES of the last decade

New Approaches to Medical Archaeology and Medical Anthropology: Practitioners, Practices and Patients. Selected BOOK CHAPTERS and JOURNAL ARTICLES of the last decade. Carr, G. (forthcoming 2020) ‘Double vision, resistancescapes and activism’, Historical Archaeology. and Willmott, L. (submitted a) ‘A right to compensation after persecution? Examining the testimonies of British victims of Nazism’, in D. Stone, M. Fulbrook and C. Schmidt (eds), Beyond Camps and Forced Labour.

Medical archaeologists and anthropologists are both interested in the cultural constructions of disease, healing and medicine, but the interpretative methods used by the two groups are often quite different and interdisciplinary discussion is rare. The papers presented in this volume aim to bridge the disciplinary gap, to widen the field of interpretation, and to reconsider the cultural complexities of medical ideologies, beliefs and prac.
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