Magic in Ancient Egyptian Medicine

Halloween is steeped in all sorts of rituals. Many of which include a magical exchange between the netherworld and the physical world. Exchanges like these are documented in ancient Egyptian medicine manuals.

For ancient Egyptians, “the whole conception of life was magical.” (Bromage, 1953). For them, life was a “never-ending miracle” (Bromage, 1953) that . . . → Read More: Magic in Ancient Egyptian Medicine

History of Medicine Exhibit Now on Display

A new “History of Medicine” exhibit is now on display in the Health Sciences Library.  Stop by anytime during Library hours to view the exhibit, and see the complete bibliography here.

Exhibit Summary:

Over the course of time, historians, authors, and publishers have sought to identify the most influential advances in every field of . . . → Read More: History of Medicine Exhibit Now on Display