Lux, Maureen K. 1956-

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LUX, Maureen K. 1956-

PERSONAL:

Born September 8, 1956, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Ethnicity: "Canadian." Education: University of Saskatchewan, B.A., 1982, M.A., 1989; Simon Fraser University, Ph.D., 1996.

ADDRESSES:

Office—Department of History, University of Saskatchewan, Campus Dr., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. E-mail—[email protected]co.ca.

CAREER:

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, historical consultant, 1999-2002; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, assistant professor of history, 2002—.

AWARDS, HONORS:

Postdoctoral fellow of Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine, 1999; Hannah Medal, Royal Society of Canada, and Clio Award for Regional History, Canadian Historical Association, both 2002, for Medicine That Walks: Disease, Medicine, and Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1930.

WRITINGS:

Medicine That Walks: Disease, Medicine, and Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1940, University of Toronto Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2001.

Contributor to Canadian Bulletin for the History of Medicine.

WORK IN PROGRESS:

Research on "so-called Indian hospitals in Canada."

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

History: Review of New Books, fall, 2001, Dan Malleck, review of Medicine That Walks: Disease, Medicine, and Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1940, p. 9.

Journal of Social History, winter, 2002, Nancy Shoemaker, review of Medicine That Walks, p. 483.

Manitoba History, spring-summer, 2002, Paul Hackett, review of Medicine That Walks, p. 35.