I can’t remember why I picked up The Transitions from Ancient Egyptian to Greek Medicine from the library, but I think it had something to do with hysteria. For an essay this term I’d been charting its development, and this included forays into ancient Egypt and Greece. (more…)
Previously I’ve been mini-reviewing books in the reading list section at the end of my weekly round-ups, but they’ve been getting a bit long and unwieldy of late so I thought I’d move them to their own separate post.
Sometimes a book will merit a post all of its own, or I’ll be given a book by a publisher in exchange for a full review, in which case they’ll be reviewed separately. But I do like to keep track of the books I’ve read and what I liked / disliked about them, and I read so much that I don’t have time to write full reviews of everything. So here we go: the first of the weekly book review lists.