Some of our favourite websites and blogs covering the history of medicine and religion:
https://sshmedicine.wordpress.com/: The Society for the Social History of Medicine is a thriving UK-based society which promotes the study of the history of medicine, and its website is full of useful information for medical historians.
https://dralun.wordpress.com/: Dr Alun Withey is a medical historian based at the University of Exeter, and his blog includes some great posts on the relationship between medicine and health in early modern Britain.
http://earlymodernmedicine.com/: Another excellent blog about early modern medicine, this one by Dr Jennifer Evans (Hertfordshire) and Dr Sara Read (Loughborough).
http://notchesblog.com/: NOTCHES is a multi-authored blog about the history of sexuality, but many of its posts touch on the history of medicine and/ or the history of religion.
http://remedianetwork.net/: A wide-ranging site considering ‘the history of medicine in dialogue with its present’, with some interesting articles about the relationship between religion and medicine.
http://blog.wellcomelibrary.org/: This blog, from the Wellcome Library in London, has a wealth of material on the history of medicine- and many of the posts also have a religious dimension.
http://www.wondersandmarvels.com/: Gathers together stories of the past, including many about medicine and religion.
If you run a site about the history of medicine and religion which is not listed here, please let us know either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on Twitter (@RelMedConf2016).