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Jacqueline H. Wolf <email@example.com>
History of Obstetric Anesthesia and Changing Views of Labor Pain
History of Cesarean Section
Herman Bundesen and 20th Century Public Health Efforts
|Address:||Department of Social Medicine
302 Grosvenor Hall
Athens, Ohio 45701
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Childhood
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Childhood and Education
Health and Health Care
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Wolf, Jacqueline H., Deliver Me from Pain: Anesthesia and Birth in America (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009).
Wolf, Jacqueline H., Don’t Kill Your Baby: Public Health and the Decline of Breastfeeding in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2001).
RECENT PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “Film as the Medium; Reproduction, Sex, and Power as the Message,” Journal of Women’s History, 22(3): (Fall 2010): 173-184.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “Got Milk? Not in Public!” International Breastfeeding Journal, 3 (2008), http://www.internationalbreastfeedingjournal.com/content/3/1/11.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “The First Generation of American Pediatricians and Their Inadvertent Legacy to Breastfeeding,” Breastfeeding Medicine, 1 (2006): 172-177.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “What Feminists Can Do for Breastfeeding and What Breastfeeding Can Do for Feminists,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 31 (Winter 2006) 397-424.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “Low Breastfeeding Rates and Public Health in the United States,” American Journal of Public Health 93 (December 2003): 2000-2010.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “‘Mighty Glad to Gasp in the Gas’: Perceptions of Pain and the Traditional Timing of Obstetric Anesthesia,” Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 6 (July 2002): 365-387.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “The Social and Medical Construction of Lactation Pathology,” Women & Health, 30 (2000): 93-110.
Wolf, Jacqueline H., “‘Mercenary Hirelings’ or ‘A Great Blessing’?: Doctors’ and Mothers’ Conflicted Perceptions of Wet Nurses and the Ramifications for Infant Feeding in (Continued) Chicago, 1871-1961,” Journal of Social History, 33 (Fall 1999): 97-120.