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Dennis Altman is senior lecturer in politics at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. He is the author of AIDS in the Mind of America : The Social , Political , and Psychological Impact of a New Epidemic .
Allan M. Brandt is associate professor of the history of medicine and science at Harvard Medical School, and in the department of history of science, Harvard University. He is the author of No Magic Bullet : A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States since 1880 .
Elizabeth Fee is associate professor of health policy at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. She is the author of Disease and Discovery : A History of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and editor of Women and Health : The Politics of Sex in Medicine .
Daniel M. Fox is professor of humanities in medicine at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. His most recent books are Health Policies , Health Politics : The Experience of Britain and America , 1911-1965 and (with Christopher Lawrence) Photographing Medicine : Images and Power in Britain and America since 1840 .
Diane R. Karp , an art historian, has served as curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and on the faculty of Temple University. She is the author of Ars Medica : Art , Medicine , and the Human Condition .
David F. Musto is professor of psychiatry and history at Yale University. He is the author of The American Disease : A History of Narcotics and Addiction in America and many papers on drug use and addiction.
Gerald M. Oppenheimer is associate professor of health sciences and nutrition at Brooklyn College, and staff associate in the G. H. Sergievsky Center, Faculty of Medicine, Columbia University. He has published papers on AIDS and health insurance, epidemiology, and the history of medicine.
Dorothy Porter is researching the history of public health in nineteenth-and twentieth-century Britain. With Roy Porter, she has recently written a history of illness in eighteenth-century England, entitled Sickness , Suffering , and the Self .
Roy Porter is senior lecturer in the social history of medicine at the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine in London. His books include the recently published Mind-Forg 'd Manacles : A History of Madness in England from the Restoration to the Regency .
Guenter B. Risse is professor and chairman of the Department of History and Philosophy of the Health Sciences at the University of California at San Francisco. His books on the history of medicine include the recently published Hospital Life in Enlightenment Scotland : Care and Teaching at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh .
Charles E. Rosenberg is professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania. His books include The Cholera Years : The United States in 1832 , 1849 , and 1866 and, most recently published, The Care of Strangers : The Rise of America 's Hospital System .
Paula A. Treichler is associate professor of medical humanities in the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana. She is coauthor of A Feminist Dictionary and coeditor of For Alma Mater : Theory and Practice in Feminist Scholarship .