Volume 22, 2014

CONTENTS

GUEST EDITOR’S NOTE

PATRICIA D’ANTONIO

ARTICLES

Nurses Across Borders: Displaced Russian and Soviet Nurses after World War One and World War Two
SUSAN GRANT

“Coming to Grips with the Nursing Question”: The Politics of Nursing Education Reform in 1960s’ America
DOMINIQUE TOBBELL

“It’s Been a Long Road to Acceptance”: Midwives in Rhode Island, 1970-2000
SIMONE M. CARON

THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE’S PAST: A SYMPOSIUM IN HONOR OF JOAN E. LYNAUGH

Setting the Stage
JULIE A. FAIRMAN

Panel #1: Thinking Beyond Professional Boundaries and International Borders

Boundary Crossings in the History of Health Care
JOHN HARLEY WARNER

Tiptoeing Towards a History of Nursing in Europe
ANNE MARIE RAFFERTY

Panel #2: Challenging Conventions

International Nursing History: The International Council of Nursing History Collective and Beyond
GEERTJE BOSCHMA

History and Nursing History at Penn in the 1980s
NAOMI ROGERS

Inspiration and Guidance
ARLENE KEELING

Panel #3: A New Generation of Scholars

A Graduate’s Gratitude
KEITH MAGES

Joan Lynaugh
WINIFRED C. CONNERTON

Reflections on a Legacy of Mentorship
MARGO BROOKS CARTHON

The Future of Healthcare’s Past in Closing

A Colleague’s Salute to Joan Lynaugh
BARBARA BRODIE

The Future of Healthcare’s Past in Summation

Transnational Feminist Practices and the History of Nursing
SUSAN REVERBY

NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

Edward L. Bernays and Nursing’s Code of Ethics: An Unexplored History
GUY PHILBIN AND DAVID M. KEEPNEWS

IN MEMORIAM

A Salute to Rosemary Theresa McCarthy, RN, PhD, FAAN, Colonel U.S. Army (Retired)
BARBARA BRODIE AND ELEANOR BJORING

Eleanor Krohn Herrmann
EXCERPTS FROM A EULOGY BY LAWRENCE HERRMANN

MEDIA REVIEWS

The Recipes Project:  Food, Magic, Science and Medicine
Reviewer: Susan Hanket Brandt

Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine Exhibit
Reviewer: Barbara Maling

Controlling Heredity: The American Eugenics Crusade 1870-1940
Reviewer: Bonnie Pope

Nursing in America: A History of Social Reform
Reviewer: Jennifer Casavant Telford

BOOK REVIEWS

Racial Innocence: Performing American Childhood from Slavery to Civil Rights
by Robin Bernstein
Reviewer: Briana Ralston

Gender and the Making of Modern Medicine in Colonial Egypt
by Hibba Abugideiri
Reviewer:  Janna L. Dieckmann

Florence Nightingale On Wars and the War Office - Volume 15 of the Collected Works of Florence Nightingale
edited by Lynn McDonald
Reviewer: Jean C. Whelan

Australia’s Controversial Matron: Gwen Burbidge and Nursing Reform
by Judith Godden
Reviewer: Gerard M. Fealy

Das Tagebuch der jüdischen Kriegskrankenschwester Rosa Bendit, 1914 bis 1917. Herausgegeben und kommentiert von Susanne Rueß und Astrid Stölzle [The Diary of A Jewish War Nurse Rosa Bendit, 1914 until 1917]
by Rosa Bendit, Susanne Rueß and Astrid Stölzle
Reviewer: Geertje Boschma

Come from Away: Nurses Who Immigrated to Newfoundland and Labrador
by Jeanette Walsh and Marilyn Beston
Reviewer: Susan A. LaRocco

Downs: The History of a Disability
by David Wright
Reviewer: Beth Linker

Body and Soul: The Black Panther Party and The Fight Against Medical Discrimination
by Alondra Nelson
Reviewer: Linda Maldonado

North Carolina and the Problem of AIDS: Advocacy, Politics & Race in the South
by Stephen J. Inrig
Reviewer: LaShanda Brown

Pills, Power, and Policy: The Struggle for Drug Reform in Cold War America and Its Consequences
by Dominique A. Tobbell
Reviewer: Cynthia Connolly

The Nursing Profession:  Development, Challenges, and Opportunities
edited by Diana J. Mason, Stephen L. Isaacs, David C. Colby
Reviewer: Lisa M. Zerull

NEW DISSERTATIONS

Cover photo: Class of 1918, Chestnut Hill Hospital School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA 19118.  Reprinted with the permission of the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing. 

 

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