[Humanist] 25.830 the Medical Heritage Library

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Tue Mar 20 07:40:50 CET 2012

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 25, No. 830.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 15:40:54 -0400
        From: Medical Heritage Library <medicalheritage at gmail.com>
        Subject: MHL Blog Digest

The Medical Heritage Library (MHL) is a digital curation
collaborative among some of the world’s leading medical libraries. The
collection resides at the Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/details/medicalheritagelibrary<https://email.med.harvard.edu/OWA/redir.aspx?C=0b3d70a9cb774c3a8b6d3b11a5260a58&URL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.archive.org%2Fdetails%2Fmedicalheritagelibrary>).

The Medical Heritage Library is a content centered digital community
supporting research, education, and dialog that enables the history of
medicine to contribute to a deeper understanding of human health and
society.  MHL serves as the point of access to a valuable body of quality
curated digital materials and to the broader digital and nondigital
holdings of its members. Through active community building and coordinated
content selection, the MHL facilitates much needed discourse around the
contemporary practice of medicine and human health.


            “The MHL Welcomes the Gerstein.” (
http://www.medicalheritage.org/2012/03/the-mhl-welcomes-the-gerstein/). The
University of Toronto Gerstein Science Information Centre adds content to
the MHL.

            “Lightning Round Presentation on the MHL.” (
Video of Lori Jahnke and Kathryn Hammond-Baker talking about the MHL in
September 2011 at the NEH Office of Digital Humanities Project Director’s

            “Blog Carnival Coming to the MHL!” (
The Giant’s Shoulders History of Science Blog Carnival will be hosted by
the MHL blog in May!

Digital Highlights:

            “The Nightless City.” (
Post on a late nineteenth century expose of the geisha quarter in Tokyo.

            “Eugenic Tracts.” (
Post on one of the “New Tracts for the Times” series, *The Problem of
Race-Regeneration*, by Havelock Ellis.

Contact the MHL:

Email: medicalheritage at gmail.com<https://email.med.harvard.edu/OWA/redir.aspx?C=0b3d70a9cb774c3a8b6d3b11a5260a58&URL=mailto%3Amedicalheritage@gmail.com>

Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/MedicalHeritage

Website: www.medicalheritage.org

Internet Archive collection:

Thank you!

-Hanna Clutterbuck

Project Co-Ordinator, Medical Heritage Library

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