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Mary Lindemann <email@example.com>
Carnegie Mellon University
I am currently writing a book on political culture in three early modern cities: Amsterdam, Antwerp, and Hamburg.
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-German
Reviewer for H-German
Reviewer for H-Sci-Med-Tech
|Interests:||European History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, 1980
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS:
Taft Fellow, University of Cincinnati, 1973, 1976
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Federal Republic of
DAAD Study Grant, June-August 1983, Herzog August Bibliothek
IREX/Fulbright Hays Grant, Summer 1985, Halle and Merseburg, German Democratic Republic
Visiting Fellow, Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, Princeton University, Fall
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University, Summer 1988, Summer 1992,
NEH Travel to Collections Grant, Summer 1989
NIH (National Library of Medicine) Grant LM 04949, 1989-90
NEH Summer Stipend, Summer 1993
Fulbright Regional Research Grant, January 1993-June 1994, United Kingdom, Germany,
France, and the Netherlands
DAAD Study Grant, June-August 1996, Hamburg
NEH Fellowship for University Teachers, 1997-98
John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, 1998-99
National Humanities Center (Research Triangle, NC) Fellowship, 2002-2003 (declined)
Fellow-in-Residence, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social
Sciences (NIAS), 2002-2003.
PROFESSIONAL AND SCHOLARLY SERVICE
President, Frühe Neuzeit Interdisziplinär, 1999-2001.
Member of the Editorial Board, Studies in Central European Histories, 2000-
Member of Executive Council, Conference Group for Central European History, 1997-2000.
Member of Executive Board, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2001-2004.
Member, Editorial Board, Social History of Medicine (Society for the Social History of
Medicine, UK), 2001-
Chair, William H. Welch Medal Prize Committee, American Association for the History of
Member, Publications Committee, American Association for the History of Medicine, 2001-
Member, Editorial Board of Medizinhistorisches Journal, 2001-
Member, Editorial Board, Eighteenth-Century Thought, 2002-
Member, Article Prize Committee, Conference Group for Central European History. 2003.
Member, Professional Division of the AHA, Three-year term, 2004-2006.
Editor, Ways of Knowing: Ten Interdisciplinary Essays (Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic
Medicine and Society in Early Modern Europe in the series, "New Approaches to European
History." Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. 249pp. Spanish translation;
Madrid: Siglo XXI de España, 2001. Portuguese translation; Lisbon: Editora Replicacao,
Health and Healing in Eighteenth-Century Germany. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press,
1996. 506pp. Awarded the 1998 William Welch Book Prize by the American Association
of the History of Medicine. Paperback edition, 2001.
Patriots and Paupers: Hamburg, 1712-1830. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.
339pp. Named an "Outstanding Academic Book for 1990" by Choice. On-demand paperback
140 Jahre Israelitisches Krankenhaus in Hamburg: Vorgeschichte und Entwicklung, 1763-1980.
Hamburg, 1980. 100pp.
MANUSCRIPT IN PROGRESS
“The Count and the Courtesan: Love, Sex, and Diplomacy in the Age of Frederick the Great,”
(complete draft of all seven chapters, although title remains tentative)