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Diagnosis: Intellectual Historian (Guest Post by Daniel Goldberg)

[The following is a guest post by Daniel Goldberg.] Thanks much to LD Burnett and the entire gang here at USIH Blog for permitting me to wade on in and muck things up for everybody again. I promise to return the car with only minor dents and scratches. In my first post here – almost a year ago! – I self-identified as an intellectual historian, but noted that the vast majority of historians of medicine and public health write mostly social and cultural history. In my second post, I want to pick up this point and mull (gripe about?) the Read more