Monica H. Green
Monica H. Green, Ph.D., is Professor of History at Arizona State University where she holds affiliate appointments in Women and Gender Studies, and the Program in Global Health in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.
teaches courses in Gender History, Medieval History, and the Global History of Health.
has published extensively on various aspects of the history of medicine in premodern Europe, including Women's Healthcare in the Medieval West: Texts and Contexts (Ashgate, 2000), which was co-winner of the 2004 John Nicholas Brown Prize for the best first book in medieval studies; The Trotula: A Medieval Compendium of Women's Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001); Making Women's Medicine Masculine: The Rise of Male Authority in Pre-Modern Gynecology (Oxford UP, 2008), which was awarded the 2009 Margaret W. Rossiter Prize for the best book on the history of women in science by the History of Science Society; and studies on other aspects of cultural and medical history.
Dr. Green has served on the councils of the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship, the American Association for the History of Medicine, and the Medieval Academy of America.
She is the founder and list manager of MEDMED-L, a discussion group for scholars interested in aspects of premodern medicine, particularly in the Middle Ages.