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Dr. Monica H. Green

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Local Address:  Raleigh-Durham , North Carolina , United States
Duke University
100 Fuqua Drive Campus Box 90125
Durham , North Carolina 27708
United States

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Employment History


  • doctorate , history of science
    Princeton University
6 Total References
Web References
Women's History, 4 Mar 2006 [cached]
Monica Green Ph.D., associate professor of history at Duke University
American Scientist Online - Science Across Cultures, 17 July 2003 [cached]
Monica H. Green
Science in Translation: Movements of Knowledge Through Cultures and Time.Scott L. Montgomery. xi + 325 pp.University of Chicago Press, 2000. $28.
When she was 29 years old, the 18th-century French aristocrat ?milie du Ch?telet, feeling that her best years were behind her, decided that her intellectual powers were insufficient for genuinely original scientific work (this after she had already produced work on physics and the nature of fire); she would be better off, she felt, turning her energies to the more "mediocre" work of translation.She ended up translating the whole of Newton's Principia from Latin into French, a work that remains, to this day, the only complete French translation of that seminal text in the history of physics.
Monica H. Green, Department of History, Duke University
What did American and European women use for menstruation in the past? at the Museum of Menstruation and Women's Health, 18 Aug 2006 [cached]
Dr. Monica Green, of the Duke University history department, warned me of this lack of information right before I opened the actual museum, in 1994. I had written her after seeing her quoted in a New York Times article about ancient contraception.
JCB Newsletter, 1 Mar 1998 [cached]
Monica Green, Duke University. The Hannah Seminar for the History of Medicine , "Women as Owners of Medical Books in Medieval Europe", 4:00 – 6:00 p.m., Joint Centre for Bioethics, 88 College Street, Great Hall, Philippa Harris Bioethics Library.
JBHE 31 - Surprise, 26 Feb 2001 [cached]
Monica H. Green took her doctorate in the history of science at Princeton University in 1985.She is currently an associate professor of history at Duke University.Her instruction and research have been devoted to medieval history , the history of gynecology , and women in medicine and science in the West.Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities , the Institute for Advanced Study , and the National Humanities Center , et al. , have assisted her in publishing in her fields of interest.Green's collection of seven essays on medieval European women's health issues and sources appeared recently as Women's Healthcare in the Medieval West ( Ashgate , 2000 ) , and a book planned for later this year is The 'Trotula' : A Medieval Compendium of Women's Medicine ( University of Pennsylvania Press ).
The Thirty Years' War caused considerable dislocations in small urban communities in southwest Germany.
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