1st Edition

The History of Pharmacy A Selected Annotated Bibliography

Edited By Gregory Higby, Elaine C. Stroud Copyright 1995
    338 Pages
    by Routledge

    338 Pages
    by Routledge

    Originally published in 1995, The History of Pharmacy is a critical bibliography of selected information on the history of pharmacy. The book is designed to guide students and academics through the history of science and technology. Topics range from medicine, chemical technology and the economics and business of pharmacy to pharmacy’s influence in the arts. The bibliography includes an exhaustive selection of primary and secondary sources and is arranged chronologically. This book will be of interest to those researching in the area of the history of science and technology and will appeal to students and academic researchers alike.


    Part I: Bibliographies and General Studies

    1a. Bibliographies, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries

    1b. General Historical Literature and Historiography

    1c. National Studies

    1d. Company Histories

    1e. Biographies

    Part II: Special Subjects

    2a. Practice of Pharmacy

    2b. Basic Pharmaceutical Disciplines

    2c. Materia Medica (Drugs) and Drug Therapy

    2d. Laws and Regulations

    2e. Professional Pharmaceutical Literature: Classics, Historical Studies

    2f. Professional and Social Aspects

    2g. Economic and Business Aspects

    2h. Education

    2j. Manufacturing (not including company histories)

    2k. Patent Medicines and Quackery

    Part III: Pharmacy in the Arts

    3a. Architecture and Interior Design

    3b. Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Arts, and Photography

    3c. Creative Literature

    3d. Music

    Author Index


    Higby, Gregory; Stroud, Elaine C.