Hektoen International

A Journal of Medical Humanities

Volume 4, Issue 2

Spring 2012 


No bag lady, Larry Zaroff

Transient pleasure, Liam Farrell

The boys who did not come back, P. Ravi Shankar

WHACK’ed, Eliette Markhbein

Trauma stewardship, Laura Lipsky & Connie Burk

Reconstructing a self, Mary Shannon

The company of butchers, John Graham-Pole

Following orders, Boris D. Veysman

Always with us, Irene Martinez

Marjorie Kovler center quilts, Mary Lynn Everson & Greg Schreck

Finding a voice, Ruth Margalit & Christopher Leet

Is healthcare a right?, Ronald Pies

FDR’s last illness, Armando Susmano

Samuel A. Levine, Philip R. Liebson

In memoriam: Paul Wood, George Dunea

Revisiting a medical classic, James L. Franklin

Beyond: the art of Tim Lowly, Tim Lowly

Frida Kahlo, George Dunea

Piero di Cosimo, Giorgio Vasari

The death of Marat by Jacques-Louis David, George Dunea

The ugly duchess, George Dunea

The peach tree, W. Roy Smythe

A perfect day, Mike Ellman

My tragedy in retrospect, Mary Osborne

Miriam’s stoicism, Elizabeth Neglia

Bayezid I, George Dunea

Eumenes, George Dunea

Lord Moran’s secret, George Dunea

Alexander the Great , George Dunea

Doctor Roget, Literary Vignettes

Moliere on doctors, George Dunea

Stendhal syndrome, George Dunea

Two Scottish tales, James L. Franklin

The man of one book, George Dunea

Hagstromer Medico-Historical Library, Anna Lantz

Memory – Grandpa Louis, Eleonor Blaurock-Busch

Ripping Point, Michelle Joy

In the Spider’s Web – Landscapes – Intelligent design, Daniel Moran

Retired Hurt, JMS Pearce

December Fall, James Ballard