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1 • LECTURE 5: • Women and Medicine
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3 Join us for a discussion about a new collaboration between the Health, Arts and Humanities Program at the University of Toronto and the Art Gallery of Ontario. We are currently developing a course for medical students, using the collection at the AGO to introduce students to the intertwined history of visual art and medicine, and to the traditions of ways of seeing and representing the body in each discipline. This opportunity will hopefully encourage students to think critically about the act of looking and its repercussions. Our intention is to engage students in a dialogue about the ways that the apparently simple act of seeing is shaped by history, culture and gender. In addition to touring the collections at the AGO, students will also participate in practical classes that introduce them to the techniques of drawing and picture-making. By offering the course in the galleries and studios at the AGO and in the hospital setting, we aim to have students transfer these skills across settings. We plan to offer this course to other healthcare disciplines in the future, and facilitate an interdisciplinary exchange.
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4 To submit your review to turnitin please use: • Turnitin: 4451426 • Password: Curiosities
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5 The Review must be submitted on October 18 (in hard copy in class or to the IHPST main office (VIC 316) by 5pm . Please note: Any work received after 5pm will be stamped with the following day’s date . Work received after 5pm on Friday will be stamped with the date of the following Monday.
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6 The Review must be between 500 and 700 words , and it has to be printed, double- spaced, using 12 pt font (font: Times New Roman). For footnotes, see Citation-style doc posted on the course Blackboard.
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7 The Review should be an analysis , not a summary of the article you choose. ?
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8 This means that you have to keep in mind questions such as: WHAT IS THE MAIN THESIS OF THE AUTHOR? - WHAT KINDS OF EVIDENCE/SOURCES ARE PRESENTED IN SUPPORT OF THE THESIS? HOW IS THE ARGUMENT DEVELOPED?
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9 - IS THE EVIDENCE PRESENTED IN SUPPORT OF THE THESIS CONVINCING ? - IS THE AUTHOR’S REASONING CONVINCING ? - WHAT IS THE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH OF THE AUTHOR? - WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE ARTICLE ? DOES IT SOUND ORIGINAL ? DOES IT SOUND INTERESTING ? - WHAT ASPECTS OF MEDICAL HISTORY ARE HIGHLIGHTED BY THIS ARTICLE?
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10 Keep in mind: The charity principle
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11 Please note: • A critical analysis does not necessarily have to be negative .
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12 THE ANALYSIS OF THE ARTICLES SHOULD AVOID ANACHRONISM! YOU SHOULD NOT EVALUATE AN HISTORICAL DISCUSSION ON THE BASIS OF PRESENT-DAY KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE
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13 Keywords (from Lecture 3) - Virtual Witnessing - Marcello Malpighi - Girolamo Sbaraglia - Frederick Ruysch - Anatomical injections - Cabinet of curiosities - Santorio Santorio - James Keill
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14 More keywords (from lecture 4) : The English Malady Sensibility Bedlam The Lockean self Moral Therapy Philippe Pinel
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15 Agenda: • Women and the development of modern medicine: • 1. The role of women in the modern world of medicine • 2. The changing scene of childbirth • 3. New accounts of generation
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