The Minor Concentration in Social Studies of Medicine is an interdisciplinary concentration of courses designed to address the needs of (1) undergraduates preparing for one of the health professions, and (2) social sciences and humanities undergraduates who wish to gain a broader interdisciplinary understanding of medicine and health issues.
The Minor Concentration in Social Studies of Medicine presents medicine as a complex network of institutions, cultures and political relations embedded in the institutions, cultures and political relations of the larger society. Courses are divided into three groups: History of Medicine, Anthropology of Medicine, and Sociology of Medicine.
The Minor consists of 18 credits. Students are required to take six credits from each of the three groups.
|Margaret Lock; B.Sc.(Leeds), M.A., Ph.D.(Calif.) (Marjorie Bronfman Professor in Social Studies in Medicine)|
|Alberto Cambrosio; M.Env.(Sher.), Ph.D.(Montr.)|
|Thomas Schlich; M.D.(Marburg), Ph.D.(Freiburg) (Canada Research Chair in History of Medicine)|
|Andrea Tone; B.A.(Qu.), M.A., Ph.D.(Emory) (Canada Research Chair in the Social History of Medicine)|
|George Weisz; M.A., Ph.D.(SUNY), Dr. 3rd Cy.(Paris) (Cotton-Hannah Professor of the History of Medicine)|
|Allan Young; M.A.(Wash.), B.A., Ph.D.(Penn.) (Marjorie Bronfman Professor in Social Studies in Medicine)|
|Faith Wallis; M.A., M.L.S.(McG.), Ph.D.(Tor.)|
|Tobias Rees; M.A.(Tübingen), Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.)|
|Assistant Professors (Primary Appointment: Biomedical Ethics Unit)|
|Jennifer Fishman; M.A.(Calif., Irvine), Ph.D.(Calif.)|
|Jonathan Kimmelman; M.A., Ph.D.(Yale)|
|Nicholas King; M.A., Ph.D.(Harv.)|
|Cornelius Borck; M.A., M.D.(Free Univ., Berlin), Ph.D.(Lond.)|
For more information, see Minor Concentration Social Studies of Medicine (18 credits).