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The Resource American folk medicine : a symposium, edited, with an introd., by Wayland D. Hand

American folk medicine : a symposium, edited, with an introd., by Wayland D. Hand

Label
American folk medicine : a symposium
Title
American folk medicine
Title remainder
a symposium
Statement of responsibility
edited, with an introd., by Wayland D. Hand
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
615/.882/097
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GR880
LC item number
.U2 1973
Literary form
non fiction
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/meetingDate
1973
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/meetingName
UCLA Conference on American Folk Medicine
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WB 50 DA2
NLM item number
A5 1973
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1907-1986
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hand, Wayland D.
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • California
  • Society for the History of Medical Science
Series statement
Publication of the UCLA Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology ; 4
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Traditional medicine
Label
American folk medicine : a symposium, edited, with an introd., by Wayland D. Hand
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology in cooperation with the Medical History Division of the UCLA School of Medicine and the Society for the History of Medical Science, Los Angeles."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Miraculous restoration of lost body parts: relationship to the phantom limb phenomenon and to limb-burial superstitions and practices
  • Douglas B. Price
  • A new approach to the "old hag": the nightmare tradition reexamined
  • David J. Hufford
  • The interrelationship of scientific and folk medicine in United States of America since 1850
  • Bruno Gebhard
  • Shamanic equilibrium: balance and meditation in known and unknown worlds
  • Barbara G. Myerhoff
  • California Indian Shamanism and folk curing
  • Lowell John Bean
  • Folk medicine and history
  • American Indian foods used as medicine
  • Virgil J. Vogel
  • Communication networks and information hierarchies in Native American folk medicine: Tewa Pueblos, New Mexico
  • Richard I. Ford
  • Plant hypnotics among the North American Indians
  • William A. Emboden, Jr.
  • Medical folklore in Spanish America
  • Francisco Guerra
  • The role of the Curandero in the Mexican American folk medicine system in West Texas
  • Joe S. Graham
  • Charles H. Talbot
  • Some aspects of folk medicine among Spanish-speaking people in Southern Arizona
  • Byrd Howell Granger
  • A survey of folk medicine in French Canada from early times to the present
  • Luc Lacourcière
  • Folk medicine in French Louisiana
  • Elizabeth Brandon
  • Hohman and Romanus: origins and diffusions of the Pennsylvania German Powwow manual
  • Don Yoder
  • Folk medicine and sympathy healing among the Amish
  • John A. Hostetler
  • The madstone
  • The other kind of doctor: conjure and magic in Black American folk medicine
  • Bruce Jackson
  • Birthmarks and psychic imprinting of babies in Utah folk medicine
  • Austin E. Fife
  • Healing in a balmyard: the practice of folk healing in Jamaica, W.I.
  • Leonard E. Barrett
  • Doing what, with which, and to whom?: the relationship of case history accounts to curing
  • Michael Owen Jones
  • Texas and Southwest medical lore in the Anderson Collection, University of Houston
  • John Q. Anderson
  • Thomas R. Forbes
  • The role of animals in infant feeding
  • Samuel X. Radbill
  • The mole in folk medicine: a survey from Indic antiquity to Modern America I
  • Wayland D. Hand
Control code
ocm02406063
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 347 p.
Isbn
9780520029415
Lccn
74030522
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780520029415
  • (OCoLC)2406063
Label
American folk medicine : a symposium, edited, with an introd., by Wayland D. Hand
Publication
Note
"Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology in cooperation with the Medical History Division of the UCLA School of Medicine and the Society for the History of Medical Science, Los Angeles."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Miraculous restoration of lost body parts: relationship to the phantom limb phenomenon and to limb-burial superstitions and practices
  • Douglas B. Price
  • A new approach to the "old hag": the nightmare tradition reexamined
  • David J. Hufford
  • The interrelationship of scientific and folk medicine in United States of America since 1850
  • Bruno Gebhard
  • Shamanic equilibrium: balance and meditation in known and unknown worlds
  • Barbara G. Myerhoff
  • California Indian Shamanism and folk curing
  • Lowell John Bean
  • Folk medicine and history
  • American Indian foods used as medicine
  • Virgil J. Vogel
  • Communication networks and information hierarchies in Native American folk medicine: Tewa Pueblos, New Mexico
  • Richard I. Ford
  • Plant hypnotics among the North American Indians
  • William A. Emboden, Jr.
  • Medical folklore in Spanish America
  • Francisco Guerra
  • The role of the Curandero in the Mexican American folk medicine system in West Texas
  • Joe S. Graham
  • Charles H. Talbot
  • Some aspects of folk medicine among Spanish-speaking people in Southern Arizona
  • Byrd Howell Granger
  • A survey of folk medicine in French Canada from early times to the present
  • Luc Lacourcière
  • Folk medicine in French Louisiana
  • Elizabeth Brandon
  • Hohman and Romanus: origins and diffusions of the Pennsylvania German Powwow manual
  • Don Yoder
  • Folk medicine and sympathy healing among the Amish
  • John A. Hostetler
  • The madstone
  • The other kind of doctor: conjure and magic in Black American folk medicine
  • Bruce Jackson
  • Birthmarks and psychic imprinting of babies in Utah folk medicine
  • Austin E. Fife
  • Healing in a balmyard: the practice of folk healing in Jamaica, W.I.
  • Leonard E. Barrett
  • Doing what, with which, and to whom?: the relationship of case history accounts to curing
  • Michael Owen Jones
  • Texas and Southwest medical lore in the Anderson Collection, University of Houston
  • John Q. Anderson
  • Thomas R. Forbes
  • The role of animals in infant feeding
  • Samuel X. Radbill
  • The mole in folk medicine: a survey from Indic antiquity to Modern America I
  • Wayland D. Hand
Control code
ocm02406063
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 347 p.
Isbn
9780520029415
Lccn
74030522
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780520029415
  • (OCoLC)2406063

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