This section contains a comprehensive list of books, articles, and other resources, with links to Google scholar and specially created reviews by historians and scholars. These items are linked to the Courses.
Ethics, Ethnicity, and Health Care Reform. Westport, CT: Praeger; 1994..
"A Great Thing for Poor Folks": Birth Control, Sterilization, and Abortion in Public Health and Welfare in the Twentieth Century. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services; 1996..
The Effect of a Failure of Success Experience Upon the Intellectual Performance of Negro and White School Children. Garden City, N. Y.: 1968..
Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands [Internet]. pubOne.Info; 2010.Available from: http://books.google.com/books?id=9S30dFmuC\_kC.
Trials, Tribulations, and Celebrations: African-American Perspectives on Health, Illness, Aging, and Loss. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press; 1992..
Blacks and American Medical Care. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press; 1973..
Inheriting Shame: The Story of Eugenics and Racism in America. New York: Teachers College Press; 1999..
Racism, Health, and Post-Industrialism: A Theory of African-American Health. Westport, Conn: Praeger; 1996..
A Psychohistorical Perspective of the Negro. Saint Louis: Mosby; 1973..
The Testing of Negro Intelligence. 2d ednd ed. New York: Social Science Press; 1966..
Race and Ideology in America: An Exploratory Study. Stockholm: Dept. of Psychology, University of Sweden; 1984..
Recipes Run in Our Families Not Illnesses: Older Black Women on Race, Health Disparities, and the Health Care System. 2006;:376..
Racial Factors in Psychiatric Intervention. San Francisco: R & E Research Associates; 1977..
Ashamed to Die: Silence, Denial, and the AIDS Epidemic in the South. Chicago, Ill: Lawrence Hill Books; 2011..
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. 1st edst ed. New York: Crown Publishers; 2010..
Prologue to Change: African Americans in Medicine in the Civil War Era. 1st edst ed. Frederick, MD: NMCWN Press; 2006..
A History of the Establishment and Early Development of Selected Nurse Training Schools for Afro-Americans: 1886-1906. [New York, N.Y.?: s.n.]; 1977..
White Nurses, Black Midwives and Public Health in Mississippi, 1920-1950. Nursing History Reveiw 1994;2:29-49..
The Eugenic Assault on America: Scenes in Red, White, and Black. Fairfax, Va. : Lanham, MD: George Mason University Press ; Distributed by National Book Network; 1993..
Listen to Me Good: The Life Story of an Alabama Midwife. Columbus: Ohio State University Press; 1996..
Research and Ethics: A Legacy of Distrust. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; 2001..
Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Black Women's Health Activism in America, 1890-1950. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; 1995..
Plain Talk About the Human Genome Project: A Tuskegee University Conference on Its Promise and Perils-- and Matters of Race. Tuskegee, Ala: Tuskegee University; 1997..
Miss Margaret. 2009..
Health Care Divided: Race and Healing a Nation. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press; 1999..
Health Care Divided: Race and Healing a Nation [Internet]. University of Michigan Press; 1999.Available from: http://books.google.com/books?id=TdXYcTunS40C.
Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Black Women and the National Negro Health Movement, 1915-1950. 1991..
Forgotten Genius. 2007..
Walkin' Over Medicine. Boulder: Westview Press; 1993..
Influenza Immunization Rates for Selected at Risk Populations Among the U.S. Adult Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population, 2006. Rockville, Md.: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; 2008..
African Americans in Science, Math, and Invention. New York, NY: Facts On File; 2003..
In Black and White: A Guide to Magazine Articles, Newspaper Articles, and Books Concerning More Than 15,000 Black Individuals and Groups. 3rd edrd ed. Detroit, Mich: Gale Research Co; 1980..
African American Registered Nurses in Seattle: The Struggle for Opportunity and Success. Seattle, Wash: Peanut Butter Pub; 2001..
Black Psychiatrists and American Psychiatry. 1st edst ed. Washington, DC: Published by the American Psychiatric Association; 1999..
Trends in Outpatient Prescription Analgesics Utilization and Expenditures for the U.S. Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population, 1996 and 2006. Rockville, Md.: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; 2009..
Bodies in a Broken World: Women Novelists of Color and the Politics of Medicine. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press; 2003..
Adah B. Samuels Thoms. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap-Harvard Univ. Press; 1971..
No Time for Prejudice; a Story of the Integration of Negroes in Nursing in the United States. New York: Macmillan; 1961..
Medical History of a Civil War Regiment: Disease in the Sixty-Fifth United States Colored Infantry. Clayton, Mo: Institute of Civil War Studies; 1977..
The Treatment: The Story of Those Who Died in the Cincinnati Radiation Tests. Durham: Duke University Press; 2002..
Letter to John L. Carey, on the Subject of Slavery. Baltimore: John Murphy; 1845..
Hookworm Disease in Its Relation to the Negro. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1909..
Early Recollections and Life of Dr. James Still, 1812-1885. New Brunswick, N. J: Rutgers Univ. Press; 1973..
Reality Strikes: Thinking About the Ethics of Inclusion in Clinical Research. [Bethesda, Md: National Institutes of Health, Office of Research on Women's Health; 2003..
Cancer Incidence by Region of Birth Among Blacks in Cook County. Springfield, Ill.?: Illinois Dept. of Public Health; 1989..
Breaking Ground: My Life in Medicine [Internet]. University of Georgia Press; 2014.Available from: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/uvalib/detail.action?docID=10837669.
Educating Black Doctors: A History of Meharry Medical College. University, Ala: University of Alabama Press; 1983..
In the Way of Our Grandmothers: A Cultural View of Twentieth-Century Midwifery in Florida. Athens, Ga: University of Georgia Press; 1988..