Publications


Books

Into Africa: A Transnational History of Catholic Medical Missions and Social Change

Wall, B. M. (2015). Into Africa: A transitional history of Catholic medical missions and social change. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Winner of the 2016 Lavinia Dock Award for Exemplary Historical Research and Writing, American Association for the History of Nursing

Nurses and disasters: Global, historical case studies

Keeling, A.W. and Wall, B.M. (2015). Nurses and disasters: Global, historical case studies. New York: Springer Publishers.

Winner of the 2016 Mary M. Roberts Award for Outstanding Original Research and Writing in an Edited Book of Nursing History, American Association for the History of Nursing

Nursing Rural America: Perspectives from the early 20th Century

Kirchgessner, J.C & Keeling, A. (2015).  Nursing Rural America: Perspectives from the early 20th Century, 1900-1950, New York: Springer Publishing Company.

American Catholic hospitals: A century of changing markets and missions

Wall, B. M. (2011). American Catholic hospitals: A century of changing markets and missions. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Nurses on the front lines: When disasters strike, 1878-2010

Wall, B. M., Keeling, A. W. (2010). Nurses on the front lines: When disasters strike, 1878-2010. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Winner of the 2012 Mary M. Roberts Award for Outstanding Original Research and Writing in an Edited Book of Nursing History, American Association for the History of Nursing

Unlikely entrepreneurs: Catholic sisters and the hospital marketplace, 1865-1925

Wall, B. M. (2005). Unlikely entrepreneurs: Catholic sisters and the hospital marketplace, 1865-1925. Columbus: Ohio State University Press.

Winner of the 2006 Lavinia Dock Award for Exemplary Historical Research and Writing, American Association for the History of Nursing

The nurses of Mayo Clinic: Caring healers

Keeling, A. (2014). The nurses of Mayo Clinic: Caring healers. Rochester, MN: Mayo Clinic.

Rooted in the mountains, reaching to the world: Stories of nursing and midwifery at Kentucky's Frontier School, 1939-1989

Cockerham, A. & Keeling, A. (2012). Rooted in the mountains, reaching to the world: Stories of nursing and midwifery at Kentucky's Frontier School, 1939-1989. Louisville, KY: Butler Books.

The Voice of Professional Nursing Education: A 40-Year History of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing

Keeling, A., Brodie, B., & Kirchgessner, J. (2010). A strong and political force: The American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 1969-2009. Washington, DC: American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

Nursing and the Privilege of Prescription, 1893-2000

Keeling, A. (2007). Nursing and the Privilege of Prescription, 1893-2000. (Ohio State University Press).

Winner of the 2007 Lavinia L. Dock Book Award for Exemplary Historical Research and Writing, American Association for the History of Nursing

Mr. Jefferson’s Nurses: The History of the University of Virginia School of Nursing 1901-2001

Brodie, B. (2000). Mr. Jefferson’s Nurses: The History of the University of Virginia School of Nursing 1901-2001. Charlottesville, Virginia, University of Virginia School of Nursing Meridan Printing Press.

Selected Book Sections

Brodie, B. (2015). Hurting and Caring: Nursing Burned Children in the Chicago School Fire Disaster, 1958. In G. Fealy, C. Hallett, and S. Malchau Dietz (Eds.), History of Nursing Practice (pp. 69-81). Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Gibson, M., & Thatcher, E. (2015). Community as client: Assessment and analysis. In M. Stanhope & J. Lancaster (Eds.), Public health nursing (9th ed.) (pp. 396-421). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Mosby

Gibson, M. (2014). School nursing in Virginia: Hookworm, tooth decay and tonsillectomies. In J. Kirchgessner & A. Keeling (Eds.), Nursing rural America: Perspectives from the early 20th century (pp. 39-52). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company

Gibson, M. (2009). Virginia Laurie. In S. Burch (Ed.), Encyclopedia of American Disability History. New York: Facts on File Publishing.

Keeling, A., Lusk, B., & Kulbok, P. (2016). Culturally sensitive primary health care interventions: Three exemplars. In S. Lewenson, S.M. Truglio-Londrigan, and A. Sonenberg, Caring for Populations: Practicing Primary Health Care in Nursing (pp. 161-179). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett.

Keeling, A., Kirchgessner, J. & Gibson, M. (2015). Nurses in schools, coal towns, and migrant camps: Bringing health care to rural America, 1900-1950. In Histories of Nursing practice in, Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Keeling, A. (2004). Professional nursing comes of age: 1859-1999. In K. K. Chitty (Ed.), Professional nursing: Concepts and challenges (pp. 1-25). : WB Saunders Co

Kirchgessner, J., Keeling, A., & Gibson, M. (2015). Nurses in schools, coal towns, and migrant camps: Bringing health care to rural America, 1900-1950. In G. M. Fealy, C. E. Hallet, & S. M. Deitz, Histories of nursing practice (pp. 0). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Kirchgessner, J., Keeling, A., & Gibson, M.E. (2015). Nurses in schools, coal towns, and migrant camps: Bringing health care to rural America, 1900-1950. In G. M. Fealy, C. E. Hallet, & S. M. Deitz, Histories of nursing practice (pp. 0). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Kirchgessner, J. (2012). The pediatric patient.  In M.E. Estes (Ed.) Health assessment and physical examination,(5th ed.). Clifton Park, NY: Delmar.

Wall, B.M. (2015). The changing face of medical missions in Nigeria, 1937-1970. In S. Hawkins & H. Sweet (Eds.), Colonial caring: A history of colonial and post-colonial nursing (pp. 188-207). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Wall, B.M. (2013). Beyond the imperial narrative. Catholic missionary nursing, medicine, and knowledge translation in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1945-1980. In E. Fleischmann, et al (Eds.), Transnational and Historical Perspectives on Global Health, Welfare and Humanitarianism (pp. 90-109). Norway: Portal Forlag Publishers

Wall, B.M. (2010). Body, soul, and service: Catholic sister-nurses in late nineteenth and early twentieth century hospitals. In Nursing history: Interventions through time, (pp. 61-73). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Selected Journal Articles

Cockerham, A. & Keeling, A. (2010). Finance and Faith at the Catholic Maternity Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1944-1969. Nursing History Review, 18(1), 151-166.

Connolly, C., & Gibson, M. E. (2011). The 'white plague' and color: Children, race, and tuberculosis in Virginia 1900-1935. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 26, 230-238.

DeGuzman, P.B., & Keeling, A. (2012). Addressing disparities in access to care: Lessons from the Kercheval Street clinic in the 1960s. Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, 12(4), 199-207. 

Gibson, M. E. (2005). Getting back to basics: The curious history of breastfeeding in the United States. American Journal of Nursing, 105(10), 72C-D.

Marshall, E.S., & Wall, B.M. (1999). Religion, gender, and autonomy: A comparison of two religious women's groups in nursing and hospitals in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Advances in Nursing Science, 22, 1-22.
Winner of the Lavinia Dock Award, American Association for the History of Nursing

Schminkey, D. L., & Keeling, A. (2015). Frontier nurse-midwives and antepartum emergencies, 1925-1939. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health, 60(1), 48-55.

Wall, B.M. (2009). Catholic sister nurses in Selma, Alabama, 1940-1972. Advances in Nursing Science, 32(1), 91-102.
Winner of the 2009 Mary Adelaide Nutting Award for Exemplary Historical Research and Writing, American Association for the History of Nursing