Course description

A course in the social history of medicine that examines the ways in which medicine and its practitioners have impacted-and been impacted by-American social, political, cultural, and economic development. The course focuses on the changing nature of disease, the medical profession past and present as well as historical and contemporary issues in public health.

Summer 2024: Online course

Jennifer Leigh  Lieberman
Jennifer Leigh Lieberman
Visiting professor, Department of Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University

Student experiences

"I learned a lot about the different connections between science, technology, and politics in ways I hadn't noticed before. I loved learning about scientific philosophy and how it relates to the advancement of the world and technology."
"The professors, the material, the books you read—everything added up to an unforgettable experience."