Women in the Medical Profession

Table of Contents

Editorial

James Alsop: Narratives of Class, Gender and Medicine in the American South:  The Dr. Annie Alexander Story

Meredith Eliassen: The San Francisco Experiment:  Female Medical Practitioners Caring for Women and Children, 1875-1935

Gabriela Schenk: How to Fail: Female Medical Students and Women Doctors in Popular Fiction around 1900

Michelle Iwen: Women Writers and the Pathologizing of Gender in 18th-Century English Mad-Discourse

Nadine Muller: Hystoriographic Metafiction: The Victorian Madwoman and Women’s Mental Health in 21st-Century British Fiction

Christine Marks: Hysteria, Doctor-Patient Relationships, and Identity Boundaries in Siri Hustvedt’s “What I Loved”

Outlook