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Professor of History, Arizona State University

Anna-Maria Kellen Fellow - Class of Fall 2015

Monica H. Green specializes in the global history of health and has focused on gender and medicine in medieval European history. Among her major publications is Making Women’s Medicine Masculine: The Rise of Male Authority in Pre-Modern Gynaecology (2008), which was awarded the 2009 Margaret W. Rossiter Prize. Her book Women’s Healthcare in the Medieval West: Texts and Contexts (2000) was co-recipient of the 2004 John Nicholas Brown Prize from the Medieval Academy of America.

Green serves on the editorial boards of Dynamis and History Compass and is founder and list manager for MEDMED-L, a discussion group on pre-modern medicine. In 2009 and 2012, she directed the NEH Summer Seminar “Health and Disease in the Middle Ages,” at London’s Wellcome Library. Green’s innovative teaching at the University of Utrecht (2007) and Seattle University (2013) earned her the 2014 Hazen Education Prize from the History of Science Society.

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