3 edition of Medicine and slavery found in the catalog.
Medicine and slavery
Todd Lee Savitt
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Todd L. Savitt.|
|Series||Blacks in the New World|
|LC Classifications||R345 .S28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||332 p. :|
|Number of Pages||332|
|LC Control Number||78008520|
Medicine and Slavery: The Diseases and Health Care of Blacks in Antebellum Virginia (Blacks in the New World) by Todd Lee Savitt, Todd L. Savitt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences () It has been nearly twenty-five years since the initial publication of Todd Savitt's monograph Medicine and Slavery.
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In Medicine and Slavery, Todd L. Savitt evaluates the diet, hygiene, clothing, and living and working conditions of antebellum African Americans, slave and free, and analyzes the diseases and health conditions that afflicted them in urban areas, at industrial sites, and on by: In Medicine and Slavery, Todd L.
Savitt evaluates the diet, hygiene, clothing, and living and working conditions of Widely regarded as the most comprehensive study of its kind, this volume offers valuable insight into the alleged medical differences between whites and blacks that translated as racial inferiority and were used to justify slavery and discrimination/5.
In Medicine and Slavery, Todd L. Savitt evaluates the diet, hygiene, clothing, and living and working conditions of antebellum African Americans, slave 3/5(1). Medicine and slavery: the diseases and health care of Blacks in antebellum Virginia3/5(1). Book reviews: Medicine and Slavery: the diseases and health care of blacks in antebellum Virginia By TODD L.
SAVITT (Urbana, University of Illinois Press, ). pages Lesley Doyal Race & Class 3, Author: Lesley Doyal. AFRICAN AMERICAN SLAVE MEDICINE. COVEY. HISTORY † AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES “African American Slave Medicine by Herbert C.
Covey is a concise and cogent treatment of the enslavement of African people and of herbal pharmacopoeia in the United States.
Birthing a Slave is the first book to focus exclusively on the health Medicine and slavery book of enslaved women, and it argues convincingly for the critical role of reproductive medicine in the slave system of antebellum by: Medical Book Medicine and Slavery In "Medicine and Slavery", Todd L.
Savitt evaluates the diet, hygiene, clothing, and living and working conditions of antebellum African Americans, slave and free, and analyzes the diseases and health conditions that afflicted them in urban areas, at industrial sites, and on plantations'.
American medicine was built on the backs of slaves. And it still affects how doctors treat patients today. Doctors must grapple with this racist history to improve our medical : Kathleen Bachynski.
Did Slavery Create Modern Medicine. My new book looks at the ways contemporary medical knowledge arose from slavery and was paid for in the lives of slaves. Medicine and Slavery by Todd L. Savitt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(20).
Slave medicine. By Maisah B. Robinson, Ph.D., and Frank H. Robinson Sr., M.D. Richard Toler, ageremembered that slaveowners cared for their slaves in the same way they cared for their livestock.
So, when slaves fell ill, they often treated themselves using remedies made from boneset, sage, and other herbs. This edited collection considers questions of slave health and medical care from a regional perspective. Contains thematic essays on a wide range of topics, such as “Civil War Medicine,” “Folk Medicine,” “Racialized Medicine,” “Slavery and Medicine,” and “Slaves in Medical Education and Research.”.
"Medicine and Slavery will be necessary reading for all scholars dealing with black history and the antebellum south, as well as those concerned with the history of medicine and medical thought."--Journal of American History "Judicious, interesting, well-organized and clearly written, this book sets a standard for black minority medical history." African American Slave Medicine of the 19th Century COLIN FITZGERALD century were equally as effective in treating ailments of the body when compared to commonly practiced white medicine of the same time era; and, in some cases, medicine practiced by slaves was more effective in treating the physical and psychological conditions ofAuthor: Colin Fitzgerald.
Scholarship on slave medicine emphasizes that the professional doctor's central role was to assist planters in "slave management" (7). As an early study of slavery in Alabama asserted, the slave owner's vigilance about his slaves' health was driven by "prudence and human ity." A slave who became ill "meant loss of working time; death, an.
This study re-evaluates the field known as Negro/Slave Medicine, which has traditionally focused on the efforts of slaveowners to provide medical care for their slaves, addressing the slaves' proactive management of medical care; brutality as a cause of the constant need for medical attention; and the health risks posed by arduous agricultural by: “Few scholars have the necessary language skills to explore sugar slavery in the Danish and Dutch West Indies.
In For the Health of the Enslaved: Slaves, medicine and power in the Danish West Indies,Niklas Thode Jensen offers us a rare opportunity to learn about aspects of sugar planting and its impact on the enslaved in St. Croix, the primary sugar island in the.
It has been nearly twenty-five years since the initial publication of Todd Savitt's monograph Medicine and Slavery. The product of Savitt's dissertation on black health care in the antebellum South, Medicine and Slavery came out at a time when historians were setting their analytical sights on what Kenneth Stampp had dubbed the South's "peculiar institution.".
Plantation Medicine and Health Care in the Old South Medical care in the Old South was provided by a variety of people by a variety of means.
Physicians were few and far between, and their range of care was dependent upon their professional training.
Due to the shortage of physicians and the distance that. The history of medicine bristles with attempts to find new and miraculous remedies, to work with and against nature to restore humans to health and well-being. In this book, Londa Schiebinger examines medicine and human experimentation in the Atlantic World, exploring the circulation of people, disease, plants, and knowledge between Europe, Africa.The legacy of slavery was the focus at the Slavery & Public Health: Past, Present, and Future symposium, held May 5, at Harvard T.H.
Chan School of Public Health. The event grew out of efforts by Harvard University to uncover its links to slavery. African American Slave Medicine by Herbert C. Covey is a concise and cogent treatment of the enslavement of African people and herbal pharmacopoeia in the United States.
The text makes an important contribution to the expanding field of slavery and medicine, covering the areas of American history, African American Studies, and the history of Brand: Lexington Books.