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Preface 1. Gen. 3:6. 2. Demand, Birth, 32. 3. Ibid., 36. 4. Ng,“Hysteria,” 288. 5. Tasca et al.,“Women.” 6. Starling,“Croonian.” 7. J. Wilson,“Charles-Edouard Brown-Séquard.” 8. See, for example, Oudshoorn, Beyond; Martin, Woman; and Roberts, Messengers. 9. Serres and Latour, Conversations. 10. American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic, Fourth Edition. 11. DeBondt et al.,“Regional.” 12. Kinsley and Lambert,“Reproduction-Induced.” 13. Albert, Pruessner, and Newhouse,“Estradiol.” 14. WebMD LLC,“Escape.” 15. InfoSpace Holdings LLC,“10 Things.” Chapter 1 1. “Topology.” 2. Serres and Latour, Conversations, 58–59. 3. Demand, Birth. 4. Oudshoorn, Beyond, 150. 5. Martin, Woman, 41. 6. Roberts, Messengers, 21. 7. Jensen,“Improving,” 331. 8. Ibid., 332. 9. Pettit,“Becoming,” 1052–54. 10. Ibid., 1075. 11. Roberts, Messengers, 46. 12. Jensen,“Improving.” 13. Hausman,“Ovaries.” 14. Segal, Health, 22. 15. Ibid., 36. 16. Keränen, Scientific. 17. Emmons, Black. 18. Teston,“Grounded.” 19. Derkatch, Bounding. 20. Seigel, Rhetoric. Notes 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 213 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 213 1/15/18 4:41 PM 1/15/18 4:41 PM 214 notes to pages 7–26 21. Brown,“Michel Serres,” 9. 22. Serres, History, quoted in Brown,“Michel Serres,” 9. 23. Rickert, Ambient; Eskin,“Hippocrates.” 24. Ballif,“Writing,” 246. 25. Harris, Rhetoric. 26. Campbell,“Anxiety”; Campbell,“Scientific.” 27. Condit, Meanings. 28. Serres and Latour, Conversations, 148. 29. Condit,“Mind,” 3–4. 30. Foucault, Birth. 31. Segal, Health, 26. 32. Happe, Material. 33. Veith, Hysteria; Demand, Birth. 34. Thompson, Wandering; Maines, Technology. Chapter 2 1. Feudtner, Bittersweet. 2. Segal, Health. 3. Kotchen,“Historical.” 4. American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic, Fourth Edition. 5. Veith, Hysteria. 6. Slater,“Diagnosis,” 1395. 7. Latour,“Enlightenment,” 83. 8. Ibid., 88. 9. Serres and Latour, Conversations, 145. 10. Miller,“Aristotelian,” 130–31. 11. Serres and Latour, Conversations, 148. 12. Fissell,“Hairy.” 13. Bullough,“Early.” 14. Fissell,“Hairy,” 43. 15. Bullough,“Early,” 236–37. 16. Hollick, Diseases. 17. Hollick, Origin. 18. Ng,“Hysteria,” 288; Demand, Birth, 32; Thompson, Wandering; Veith, Hysteria. 19. Thompson, Wandering, 31–33; Veith, Hysteria, 2–6. 20. Ng,“Hysteria,” 291. 21. Ibid. 22. Ibid. 23. Ibid. 24. Ibid., 292–93. 25. Demand, Birth, 55. 26. Merskey and Merskey,“Hysteria.” 27. Ibid., 401. 28. Ibid. 29. Ibid., 402. 30. Boss,“Seventeenth-Century,” 222. 31. Ibid. 32. Tasca et al.,“Women.” 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 214 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 214 1/15/18 4:41 PM 1/15/18 4:41 PM notes to pages 27–46 215 33. Boss, “Seventeenth-Century”; Merskey and Merskey, “Hysteria”; Veith, Hysteria; Tasca et al.,“Women.” 34. Boss,“Seventeenth-Century,” 224. 35. Ibid., 221. 36. Ibid., 226. 37. Ng,“Hysteria,” 290. 38. Boss,“Seventeenth-Century,” 225–26; see also Zimmer, Soul. 39. Thompson, Wandering, 135. 40. Veith, Hysteria, 6–7. 41. Tasca et al.,“Women”; Boss,“Seventeenth-Century,” 224–25; Merskey and Merskey, “Hysteria,” 402; Veith, Hysteria. 42. Boss,“Seventeenth-Century,” 222. 43. Shields,“Functionalism,” 745. 44. Aristotle’s Masterpiece, 74. 45. Ibid., 75. 46. Ibid., 94–95. 47. Hollick, Diseases, 194–216. 48. Ibid., 195. 49. Hollick, Origin, 609. 50. Ibid., 611. 51. Aristotle’s Masterpiece, 78. 52. Ibid., 74. 53. Hollick, Origin, 613. 54. Ibid., 640. 55. Ibid., 641. 56. Ibid., 660–66. 57. Ibid., 679. 58. Aristotle’s Masterpiece, 36. 59. Ibid., 37. 60. Ibid., 97. 61. Hollick, Diseases, 205. 62. Ibid. 63. Ibid., 209. 64. Ibid., 211–12. 65. Ibid., 199. 66. Ibid., 199–200. 67. Ibid., 201. 68. Serres, Rome, 82. 69. Connor,“Michel Serres’s Milieux.” 70. Campbell,“Anxiety”; Campbell,“Scientific.” 71. Miller, Kairos. 72. Condit, Meanings; Condit et al.,“Recipes”; Happe, Material. 73. Ibid. 74. Emmons, Black; Scott,“Public.” Chapter 3 1. Teston and Graham,“Stasis.” 2. Graham and Herndl,“Talking,” 163. 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 215 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 215 1/15/18 4:41 PM 1/15/18 4:41 PM 216 notes to pages 46–63 3. Micale,“On the‘Disappearance,’” 497. 4. Prelli, Rhetoric, 60. 5. Ibid. 6. Scull, Hysteria, 105–7. 7. Gross, Harmon, and Reidy, Communicating. 8. Ibid., 30. 9. Ibid., 117. 10. Ibid., 118. 11. Ibid., 119–21. 12. Zimmer, Soul; Scull, Hysteria, 106. 13. Scull, Hysteria, 104–30. 14. Gross, Harmon, and Reidy, Communicating, 21. 15. Prelli, Rhetoric, 146. 16. Ibid. 17. Ibid., 151. 18. Ibid., 152–53. 19. Veith, Hysteria, 156; Scull, Hysteria, 25–26. 20. Veith, Hysteria, 120–24. 21. MacDonald, Witchcraft, xlvii. 22. Boss,“Seventeenth-Century,” 225; Veith, Hysteria, 128. 23. Veith, Hysteria, 132–33. Historians of medicine tend to agree that “animal spirits” in...

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