Audiences and the history of medicine
in Communicating the history of medicine
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Chapter 10 is a comment on the book as a whole that addresses its central questions against the backdrop of the long history of history of medicine and its audiences, and with particular reference to the issue of ‘public history’. The author suggests that public history, designating the interface between academic history and all of its potential audiences, would be a promising field of study to further develop the themes of the book.

Communicating the history of medicine

Perspectives on audiences and impact


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