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Medicine, Medical Education, and the Medical Humanities at USIH

Last week I promised a review of Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen’s American Nietzsche. I made some real progress on that project over the past week, but it is not ready for posting. As such I am going to turn to other subjects that I plan on tackling more often here as time progresses: the place of the health sciences, medicine, and medical education in the realm of U.S. intellectual history. Some of you know, or may know, that I am now working as an Academic Advisor in the Teaching and Learning Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine (the TLC Read more