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HHH column archive

#11, Nov 2021: Trude Dijkstra, Chinese medicine in early modern Western European print
#10, Oct 2021: Hieke Huistra, Fathers in labour
#9, Sept 2021: Martijn van der Meer, Safeguarding a healthy future
#8, Aug 2021: Catharina Th. Bakker, Studying Fré Dommisse
#7, June 2021: Lisanne Walma, An open access archive for the history of drug cultures
#6, May 2021: FORCE team Utrecht University, Forensic culture, a comparative approach
#5, April 2021: Eva Andersen, Going beyond the scientific persona of the psychiatrist
#4, March 2021: Noortje Jacobs, Waste or want
#3, Feb 2021: Mieneke te Hennepe, The importance of tracing objects
#2, Jan 2021: Joris Vandendriessche, Faith, medicine, and religion
#1, Dec 2021: Frank Huisman, Welcome to History Health & Healing

HHH activities archive

Inaugural and farewell lectures

Johan Mackenbach, Erasmus MC, 23 October 2020: Opkomst en neergang van ziekten, en andere paradoxen van de vooruitgang
Manon Parry, VU University, 8 October 2020: Being human, The contemporary relevance of medical heritage
Gemma Blok, Open University, 16 November 2018: De roes als metafoor, Het debat over drank en drugs na 1800
Frank Huisman, Utrecht University, 1 November 2007: Het blijft mensenwerk. Over geschiedenis en geneeskunde
Joost Vijselaar, Utrecht University, 23 May 2007: Psyche en elektriciteit

PhD theses

Roland Bertens, Liberal solidarity, Guaranteeing access to Dutch health care under the banner of private initiative (2021)
Eva Andersen, A republic of alienists? A transnational perspective on psychiatric knowledge circulation across Europe, 1843-1925 (2021)
Joris Roosen, The Black Death and recurring plague during the late Middle Ages in the County of Hainaut, Differential impact and diverging recovery (2020)
Flora Lysen, Brainmedia, One hundred years of performing live brains, 1920-2020 (2020)
Lisanne Walma, Between Morpheus and Mary, The public debate on morphine in Dutch newspapers, 1880-1939 (2020)
Martje aan de Kerk, Madness and the city, Interactions between the mad, their families and urban society in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht, 1600-1795 (2019)
Ruben Verwaal, Fluid bodies, Physiology and chemistry in the eighteenth-century Boerhaave School (2018)
Janna Coomans, In pursuit of a healthy city, Sanitation and the common good in the late medieval Low Countries (2018)
Noortje Jacobs, Ethics by committee, Governing human experimentation in the Netherlands, 1945-2000 (2018)
Floor Haalboom, Negotiating zoonoses, Dealings with infectious diseases shared by humans and livestock in The Netherlands,  1898-2001 (2017)
Kees Simon, De wetenschappelijke ontwikkelingen in de radiologie en radiotherapie binnen de geneeskunde in Nederland 1896-1922 (2015)
Timo Bolt, A doctor's order, The Dutch case of evidence-based medicine (1970-2015) (2015)
Kees-Jan van Klaveren, Het onafhankelijkheidssyndroom, Een cultuurgeschiedenis van het naoorlogse Nederlandse zorgstelsel (2015)
Joris Vandendriessche, Medische wetenschap in de stad. De wetenschappelijke praktijken en stedelijke inbedding van medische genootschappen in België, 1830-1914 (2014)
Hieke Huistra, Preparations on the move, The Leiden anatomical collections in the nineteenth century (2013)
Cecile aan de Stegge, Gekkenwerk, De ontwikkeling van het beroep psychiatrisch verpleegkundige in Nederland 1830-1980 (2012)
Karin Bakker, Geld voor GGZ, De financiering van de geestelijke gezondheidszorg en de invloed van geld op de zorgpraktijk (1884-1984) (2009)
Gemma Blok, Baas in eigen brein, 'Antipsychiatrie' in Nederland, 1965-1985 (2004)
Joost Vijselaar, De magnetische geest, Het dierlijk magnetisme 1770-1830 (2001)
Rina Knoeff, Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738), Calvinist chemist and physician (2000)
Frank Huisman, Stadsbelang en standsbesef. Gezondheidszorg en medisch beroep in Groningen 1500-1730 (1992).

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