Bibliography on Nursing, February 1, 2000--H-Women Discussion List

From: Susan Dalton <>

I would like to thank Barbara Mortimer, Susan Dinan, Esther Lamontagne,
Katharine Patterson, Sherri Klassen, Marian Matrician, Richelle Munkhoff,
Lesley Hall, Christina de Bellaigue, Denise O'Brien, Janice Cesolini Stuter, Carrie
Lybecker, Paulette Fraser, Helen Roberts and Claire Schen for their helpful
comments and suggested readings on nursing.  Here is a bibliography of the
forwarded references from this list and h-frauen-l: Baly, Monica E. Nursing and
Social Change.  London: William Heinemann Medical Books Ltd, 1980.

Bullough, Vern L. and Bonnie Bullough.  The Care of the Sick: the
Emergence of Modern Nursing.  New York: Prodist, 1978.

Dinan, Susan. "An Ambiguous Sphere: The Daughters of Charity between a
Confraternity and a Religious Order," in _Confraternities and Catholic
Reform in Italy, France, and Spain_. Kirksville: Thomas Jefferson
University Press, 1999.

Dolan, Josephine A.  History of Nursing. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders
Company, 1968.

Donahue, M. Patricia, PhD, RN, FAAN  Nursing: The Finest Art. 2nd Ed. Mosby
Hannaway, Caroline.  "Medicine and Religion in Pre-Revolutionary France:
Introduction." Social History of Medicine. (2: 3, 1989): 315-319.
Holcombe, Lee. "Victorian Ladies at Work" (1973)
Joerger, Muriel,  "The Structure of the Hospital System in France in the
Ancien Régime." in Medicine and Society in France ..  Edited by Robert
Forster and Orest Ranum.  Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University
Press, 1980.
Jones, Colin.  The Charitable Imperative..., NY: Routledge, 1989.

McGann, S.,  The Battle of the Nurses, Scutari Press London, 1992.

McPherson, Kathryn, Bedside matters.  The transformation of canadian
Nursing, 1900-1970, Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1996.

Murphy, Terence D.  "The Transformation of Traditional Medical Culture
Under the Old Regime."  Historical Reflections.  16, 2-3 (1989), 307-350

Munkhoff, Richelle. 'Searchers of the dead: Authority, marginality, and
the Interpretation of Plague in England, 1574-1665', _Gender and History_,
Vol.11, No. 1, April 1999, pp.1-29.

Pelling, Margaret. The Common Lot
Perry, Anne (fiction)

Rafferty, Anne Marie, The Politics of Nursing Knowledge, London:

Reverby, Susan, Ordered To Care.  The dilemma of American Nursing, 1850-
1945, Cambridge University Press, 1987.
 Strachey, Lytton. Eminent Victorians
Summers, Anne, Angels and Citizens: British Women as Military Nurses,
1854-1914. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1988.
Vicinus, Martha, Independent Women, Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 1985.

Wiener, Dora

Willen, Diane. 'Women in the public sphere in early modern England: the
case of the urban working poor', _Sixteenth Century Journal_ 19/4 (1988),