Published August 16, 2000
by The University of North Carolina Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||500|
Sympathy is a remarkable debut, and with the arrival of such a novelist we can finally welcome our techno-dystopian future with open arms."—NEW REPUBLIC "Sympathy is a sneaky, subtle debut novel about intimacy, aspiration and the Internet. As the protagonist, Alice, stalks and befriends her Instagram hero in a worsening spiral of obsession. "The Science of Sympathy is an impressive achievement, stimulating, interesting, and well-written."--British Journal for the History of Science "A well-written and accessible book that clearly explains complex ideas while introducing the reader to the novel insights yielded by the study of the history of emotions challenging and stimulating.". Sympathy by Olivia Sudjic is a so-so overwritten novel focusing on obsession, stalking, and social media. Alice Hare, 23, travels from England to NYC to stay with her ill grandmother. Even before she met her, Alice is obsessed with Mizuko Himura, a Japanese writer living in /5. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it by: 5.
When first published in , Sympathy and Science was hailed as a groundbreaking study of women in medicine. It remains the most comprehensive history of American women physicians available. Tracing the participation of women in the medical profession from the colonial period to the present, Regina Morantz-Sanchez examines women's roles as nurses, midwives, and practitioners of folk medicine Brand: The University of North Carolina Press. Sympathy and science by Regina Markell Morantz-Sanchez; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Physicians, Physicians, Women, Social medicine, Women. When first published in , Sympathy and Science was hailed as a groundbreaking study of women in medicine. It remains the most comprehensive history of American women physicians available. Tracing the participation of women in the medical profession from the colonial period to the present, Regina Morantz-Sanchez examines women's roles as nurses, midwives, and practitioners of folk medicine. The Science of Sympathy is divided into six chapters and a conclusion. The first chapter functions as an introduction, establishing the intellectual framework for the book. The second considers the place of sympathy within the work of Charles Darwin and his departure from the established ideas of Enlightenment and Romantic : Michael Brown.
The Burden of Sympathy concludes with a critical look at what it means to be a moral and caring person at the turn of the century in America, when powerful cultural messages spell out two contradictory imperatives: pursue personal fulfillment at any cost and care for the family at any by: The group of scientific and medical men with whom this book deals took the prevailing understanding of sympathy and changed it. Charles Darwin in particular would lay out an evolutionary account of how sympathy worked to ensure the survival of communities, working together for mutual benefit. Sympathy and Science: Women Physicians in American Medicine by Regina Markell Morantz-Sanchez A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The book deals primarily with the role of women physicians in American society, from the first 19th century figures to the present day. This book has the potential to inspire such a change. Anna Aslanyan. Financial Times. Sympathy for the Traitor is lucid and erudite, but above all it is engaging, entertaining and illuminating and Polizzotti's manifesto is as exhilarating and invigorating as a lungful of chill, pure air in a classroom grown musty with dogma. He eschews the dour.