I am an assistant professor in the history of medicine at Nazarbayev University. My area of expertise is the history of sexually-transmitted diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, HIV/AIDS), and my work engages with the histories of medicine, public health, medical ethics, gender, and sexuality – primarily in the modern United States.
Bowen, E., 2018 In : British Journal for the History of Science. 51, 1, p. 167-168
Before Tuskegee: Public Health and Venereal Disease in Hot Springs, Arkansas
Bowen, E., 2017 In : Southern Spaces.
Health Care in America: A History
Bowen, E., 2016 In : British Journal for the History of Science. 49, 3, p. 504-505
Sin vs. Science? Rethinking venereal disease in turn-of-the-century America
Bowen, E., 2014 In : Literature and Medicine. 32, 2, p. 441-465
Limits of the lab: Diagnosing "latent gonorrhea," 1872-1910
Bowen, E., 2013 In : Bulletin of the History of Medicine. 87, 1, p. 63-85