Research & Publications
Naomi Rogers, Ph.D. (she/her) is Professor of the History of Medicine in the Section of the History of Medicine and the Program in the History of Science and Medicine at Yale University. She holds courtesy appointments in the History Department and in the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Program. A graduate of the University of Melbourne (Australia), Rogers received her MA and PhD in History from the University of Pennsylvania. Her historical interests are in 20th and 21st century history of medicine, health inequities and social justice. Her research focuses include gender and health; disease and public health; disability; feminism; alternative medicine; health policy; and health activism.
Community Health Services; Community Medicine; Delivery of Health Care; Education, Medical; Health Policy; History of Medicine; Public Health; Reproduction; Social Justice; Social Medicine; Students, Medical; Urban Health; Women's Health; Pandemics; Racism; Diseases; Health Equity; Disability Studies
Public Health Interests
- Health Activism and the Humanization of American Medicine :book manuscript in process