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Illness, Wellness, and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing

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Illness, Wellness, and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing

Illness, Wellness, and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing, NeMLA Convention, April 7-11, 2010

Location: Quebec, Canada
Call for Papers Deadline: 2009-09-30
This panel will focus on portrayals of illness, wellness, and medical treatments in nineteenth-century American women’s writing. Papers may explore 1) types of health care such as conventional medicine, homeopathic medicine, mesmerism, faith healing, and others; 2) types of women health caregivers, such as mothers, slaves, herbalists, spiritualists, mediums, charlatans, and others; or 3) definitions of illness and wellness as they relate to women in nineteenth-century America. Submit 250-word proposals to Dr. Georgia Kreiger, Allegany College of Maryland, [email protected].

Deadline for paper proposals: September 30, 2009

Please include with your abstract:
• Name and Affiliation
• Email address
• Postal address
• Telephone number
• A/V requirements (if any; $10 handling fee)

Georgia R. Kreiger
Allegany College of Maryland
Box 59
12401 Willowbrook Road
Cumberland, MD 21502
301.784.5115
[email protected]

Email: [email protected]

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