Library Grand Rounds [Archives]
Philosophers, Grave Robbers and Anatomies: Medicine at Dartmouth
A unique look at the history of medicine at Dartmouth using materials from Rauner Special Collections Library. Starting with key medical texts from the 15th and 16th centuries, then delving into the sometimes sublime history of the medical schools and hospitals, we will explored how the Library's collections can promote a deeper understanding of the philosophy and practice of medicine at Dartmouth. There was an opportunity for a hands-on look at rare and unique texts brought in from Special Collections.
This Library Grand Rounds featured Jay Satterfield, Special Collections Librarian, Dartmouth College Library, and Pamela Bagley, Research and Education Librarian, Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries.
Library Grand Rounds are a forum for presenting information resources and tools of interest to Dartmouth clinicians. Please contact us, if you have questions, comments or suggestions for future Library Grand Rounds.