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Thomas L Long PhD

TitleAssociate Professor-in-Residence
InstitutionUniversity of Connecticut
DepartmentNursing Instruction and Research
AddressUNIT 2026
Storrs Hall, UNIT 2026
231 Glenbrook Road
Phone860-486-5794
Fax860-486-0001
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    TitleAssociate Professor-in-Residence
    InstitutionUniversity of Connecticut
    DepartmentEnglish


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    1. Long TL. Tales of plagues and carnivals: Samuel R. Delany, AIDS, and the grammar of dissent. J Med Humanit. 2013 Jun; 34(2):213-26. PMID: 23443247.
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    2. Long TL. A plague on both your houses of worship: the meanings of epidemic disease in William Byrd II and Cotton Mather. Lit Med. 2013; 31(1):1-16. PMID: 24266272.
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    3. Long TL. Literature and Medicine. A plague on both your houses of worship: the meanings of epidemic disease in William Byrd II and Cotton Mather. 2013; 31(1):1-16.
    4. Telford JC, Long TL. Gendered spaces, gendered pages: Union women in Civil War nurse narratives. Med Humanit. 2012 Dec; 38(2):97-105. PMID: 22851701.
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    5. Long TL . LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory. The mark of the beast is the glory of the pariah: AIDS apocalypticism of Diamanda Galás and David Wojnarowicz. 2012; 23:226-245.
    6. Zhenyi Li and Thomas Lawrence Long, eds. The Meaning Management Challenge: Making Sense of Health, Illness and Disease. 2010; 157.
    7. Thomas L. Long. AIDS and American Apocalypticism: The Cultural Semiotics of an Epidemic. 2005; 242.
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