restricted access   Volume 50, Number 3, Summer 2007

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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The Medical Humanities: Introduction

pp. 317-320

Engaged Humanities: moral work in the precincts of medicine

pp. 321-333

Beyond Nescience: the intersectional insights of health humanities

pp. 334-347

Creating Difficulties Everywhere

pp. 348-362

High Theory/Mass Markets: Newsweek magazine and the circuits of medical culture

pp. 363-378

Five Dramas of Illness

pp. 379-394

Ending in Wonder: replacing technology with revelation in Margaret Edson's Wit

pp. 395-409

The Soul of Medicine

pp. 410-420


Culture and Society

A Picture of Health?: unmasking the role of appearance in health

pp. 421-434

Medical Education and Practice

"Our Options Have Changed. .. We Will Not Call You Back": communicating with my primary care physician

pp. 435-443

Between Health and Illness

pp. 444-452

Essay Reviews

Adaptive Management and the Philosophy of Environmental Policy

pp. 453-458

Nervous Management of Modern Science

pp. 259-265

Book Reviews

The Midnight Meal and Other Essays About Doctors, Patients, and Medicine (review)

pp. 466-467

The Cult of Pharmacology: How America Became the World's Most Troubled Drug Culture (review)

pp. 467-471

Choosing Children: The Ethical Dilemmas of Genetic Intervention (review)

pp. 471-474

Medicine and the Market: Equity vs. Choice (review)

pp. 474-478