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ENGL 342V2-JS: Literature and Medicine

This course guide supports the writing projects in Dr. Grady Ballenger's English 342V2 Junior Seminar Course

Relevant Journals

A leading journal, published by Johns Hopkins U. (one of America’s first and today premier medical schools), is Literature and Medicine:
A leading medical journal, The New England Journal of Medicine, often includes literary reflections on medicine.  For years, the immunologist and celebrated writer, Lewis Thomas, contributed a regular essay, under the general heading, “Notes of a Biology Watcher.”  Some of these essays were collected in volumes, including one still beloved by doctors, Lives of a Cell.  
Other medical journals:
Other sources:

Relevant Databases

Citing

Scholarly Documentation Using MLA Parenthetical Citation Style

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