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Books:
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. Trust is Not Enough: Bringing Human Rights to Medicine(New York Review Collection, 2006).
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. The Pursuit of Perfection: The Promise and Perils of Medical Enhancement (New York: Pantheon Books, 2003).
  • Rothman DJ. Beginnings Count: The Technological Imperative in American Health Care (New York: Twentieth Century Fund and Oxford University Press, 1997).
  • Rothman DJ, Marcus S, Kiceluk S, eds. Medicine and Western Civilization (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press,1995).
  • Rothman DJ. Strangers at the Bedside: A History of How Law and Bioethics Transformed Medical Decision-Making (New York: Basic Books, 1991).
  • Rothman DJ. The Discovery of the Asylum: Social Order and Disorder in the New Republic (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine De Gruyter, 2002, Revised Edition; Boston: Little Brown, 1990, Edition with New Introduction; Original Edition, 1971).
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. The Willowbrook Wars: A Decade of Struggle for Social Justice (New York: Harper & Row, 1984).
  • Rothman DJ. Conscience and Convenience: The Asylum and Its Alternatives in Progressive America (Boston: Little Brown, 1980).
Articles:
  • Rothman DJ. Strong Medicine ( review of The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It by Marcia Angell). The New Republic 2004; 231(13):33-37.
  • Rothman DJ. Clinical Trials in "Developing" Countries: Is There a Special "Third World" Ethic? Zeitschrift fur Arztliche Fortbildung und Qualitatssicherung 2003; 97(10):695-702.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. The Organ Market. The New York Review of Books 2003; 50(16): 49-50.
  • Rothman DJ. Serving Clio and Client: The Historian as Expert Witness, Fielding H. Garrison Lecture, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 77(1):25-44, Spring 2003.
  • Rothman DJ. Review of The Treatment: The Story of Those Who Died in the Cincinnati Radiation Tests by Martha Stephens, in The New England Journal of Medicine, 347(25):2089-2090, December 19, 2002.
  • Rothman DJ. Ethical and Social Consequences of Selling a Kidney, JAMA; 288(13):1640-1641, October 2, 2002.
  • Rothman DJ. Money and Medicine: What Should Physicians Earn/Be Paid?, in Eli Ginzberg: The Economist as a Public Intellectual (A Festschrift for Eli Ginzberg by World Scholars), Irving Horowitz, editor, Transaction Publishers, 2002.
  • Rothman DJ. The Origins and Consequences of Patient Autonomy: A 25-Year Retrospective, Health Care Analysis 2001, 9(3):255-264.
  • Rothman DJ. La recherche biomédicale et l'éthique [Biomedical Research and Ethics,] Diplômées [Revue trimestrielle d'AFFDU], 129:178-181, September 2001.
  • Rothman DJ. Medical Morals: An Exchange. The New York Review of Books 2001; 48(4):55-56.
  • Rothman DJ. The Shame of Medical Research. The New York Review of Books 2000; 47(19):60-64.
  • Rothman DJ. 1. Anti-Aging Medicine: What Makes It Different from Geriatrics? 2. Efficacy and Safety of Hormones and Antioxidants, with R.N. Butler, M. Fossel, C.X. Pan, and Sheila Rothman, Geriatrics, 55(6):36, 39-43, June 2000, 55(7):48-56, 58, July 2000.
  • Rothman DJ. Medical Professionalism - Focusing on the Real Issues. New England Journal of Medicine 2000; 342(17):1284-6.
  • Rothman DJ. The International Organ Traffic. The New York Review of Books 1998; 45(5):14-17.
  • Rothman DJ. The American Way of Jail (review of Crime and Punishment in America by Elliott Currie and Sensible Justice: Alternatives to Prison by David C. Andersion), in The New York Times Book Review, March 1, 1998.
  • Rothman DJ. The Nuremberg Code in Light of Previous Principles and Practices in Human Experimentation. In Trohler U, Reitet-Theil S, eds. Ethics Codes in Medicine: Foundations and Achievements of Codification Since 1947 (Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 1998).
  • Rothman DJ, Rose E, Awaya T, Cohen B, Daar A, Dzemeshkevich SL, Lee CJ, Munro R, Reyes H, Rothman SM, Schoen KF, Scheper-Hughes N, Shapira Z. The Bellagio Task Force Report on Transplantation, Bodily Integrity, and the International Traffic in Organs . Transplantation Proceedings 1997; 29(6):2739-45.
  • Rothman DJ. Let's Make a Doctor, Or Let's Make a Deal? The New York Times Op-Ed, September 17, 1997.
  • Rothman DJ. The Other Side of the Bench (review of After the Madness: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir by Sol Wachtler), in The New York Times Book Review, April 13, 1997.
  • Rothman DJ. Doctored Death (review of Seduced by Death: Doctors, Patients, and the Dutch Cure by Herbert Hendin), The Nation 1996; 263(16):25-28.
  • Rothman DJ. Essay review of the Report of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments. JAMA 1996; 276(5):421.
  • Rothman DJ. What Doctors Don't Tell Us (review of The Girl Who Died Twice: The Libby Zion Case and the Hidden Hazards of Hospitals by Natalie Robins). The New York Review of Books 1996; 43(4):30-33.
  • Edgar H, Rothman DJ. The Institutional Review Board and Beyond: Future Challenges to the Ethics of Human Experimentation. The Milbank Quarterly 1995; 73(4):489-506.
  • Rothman DJ. The Politics of Virtue (review of Voice for the Mad: The Life of Dorothea Dix by David L. Gollaher). The New York Times Book Review, August 6, 1995.
  • Rothman DJ. Shiny, Happy People: The Problem with "Cosmetic Psychopharmacology" (review of Listening to Prozac by Peter Kramer). The New Republic 1994; 210(7):34-8.
  • Rothman DJ. Government Guinea Pigs . The New York Times Op-Ed, January 9, 1994 .
  • Rothman DJ. Three Views of History: View the First. Hastings Center Report 1993; 23(6):S11-2.
  • Rothman DJ. Is Health Care a Right? Constitution 1993; 5(3):30-7.
  • Rothman DJ. The Single Disease Hospital: Why Tuberculosis Justifies a Departure that AIDS Does Not. Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 1993; 21(3-4):296-302.
  • Rothman DJ. The Rising Cost of Pharmaceuticals: an ethicist's perspective . American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 1993; 50(8 Suppl 4):S10-2.
  • Rothman DJ. A Century of Failure: Health Care Reform in America. Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 1993; 18(2):271-86.
  • Rothman DJ. Who's in Charge Here? Health Management Quarterly 1993; 15(1):17-21.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. A Death in Zimbabwe. The New York Review of Books 1992; 39:21-4.
  • Rothman DJ. The Sounds of Silence (review of The Mask of Benevolence: Disabling the Deaf Community by Harlan Lane). The New Republic 1992; 207(8-9):43.
  • Rothman DJ. Rationing Life. The New York Review of Books 1992; 39(5):32-6.
  • Rothman DJ, Edgar H. Scientific Rigor and Medical Realities: Placebo Trials in Cancer and AIDS. In Fee E, Fox DM, eds. AIDS: The Making of a Chronic Disease (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992).
  • Rothman DJ, Edgar H. AIDS, Activism, and Ethics. Hospital Practice 1991; 26(7):135-42.
  • Rothman DJ. The Public Presentation of Blue Cross, 1935-1965. Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 1991; 16(4):671-93.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. How AIDS Came to Romania. The New York Review of Books 1990, 33:5-8.
  • Rothman DJ, Edgar H. Drug Approval and AIDS: Benefits for the Elderly. Health Affairs 1990; 9(3):123-30.
  • Rothman DJ. New Light on the Origins of the Asylum. Contemporary Sociology 1990;19:658-661.
  • Rothman DJ, Tynan EA. Advantages and Disadvantages of Special Hospitals for Patients with HIV Infection: A Report by the New York City Task Force on Single-Disease Hospitals New England Journal of Medicine 1990; 323(11):764-8.
  • Edgar H, Rothman DJ. New Rules for New Drugs: The Challenges of AIDS to the Regulatory Process. The Milbank Quarterly 1990; 68(Suppl. 1):111-42.
  • Rothman DJ. Human Experimentation and the Origins of Bioethics in the United States. In Weisz G, ed. Social Science Perspectives on Medical Ethics (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990).
  • Rothman DJ. Allocating Scarce Medical Resources: A Tale of Three Machines, The Aspen Institute Quarterly, Spring 1990.
  • Rothman DJ. The Hospital as Caretaker: the Almshouse Past and the Intensive Care Future. Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 1990; 12(2):151-74.
  • Vladeck BC, Rothman DJ. Special Section on the Future of the Hospital. Introduction. Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 1990; 12(2):119-25.
  • Rothman DJ. A House Divided . Health Management Quarterly 1990; 12(2):2-5.
  • Rothman DJ. Xenograft: The Social and Ethical Dimensions. Xenograft 25 (New York: Elsevier Science Publishing Company, 1989).
  • Rothman DJ. Lessons from the Opium Eater. The Humanities and the Art of Public Discussion, August 1989.
  • Rothman DJ. Public Policy and Risk Assessment in the AIDS Epidemic. In Griggs, J, ed. AIDS, Public Policy Dimensions (New York: United Hospital Fund, 1987).
  • Rothman DJ. Ethical and Social Issues in the Development of New Drugs and Vaccines. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 1987;63(6):557-68.
  • Rothman DJ. Medicine at the End of Life. Neurology 1987;37(6):1079-83.
  • Rothman DJ. Ethics and Human Experimentation: Henry Beecher Revisited. New England Journal of Medicine 1987;317(19):1195-9.
  • Rothman DJ. ECT: The Historical, Social, and Professional Sources of the Controversy (presented to the NIH Consensus Conference on ECT). Psychopharmacology Bulletin 1986;22(2):455-502.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. The Patient's Dilemma. The New Republic, November 1984.
  • Rothman DJ. Research Ethics and Social Deprivation: Were Tuskegee and Willowbrook 'Studies in Nature?' Hastings Center Report 1982;12(2):5-7.
  • Rothman DJ. The Limits of Benevolence, Social Policy, 12(1):24-28, 37-38, May/June, 1981.
  • Rothman DJ. Social Control: The Uses and Abuses of the Concept, Rice University Studies, Winter, 1981.
  • Rothman DJ. Government Power and the Right to Be Different, in The Future of Our Liberties, Stephen Halpern, editor, 1981.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. The Conflict Over Children's Rights, Hastings Center Report, 10(3):7-10, June, 1980.
  • Rothman DJ. Unloving Care, New Republic, April 5, 1980.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. Review of the Literature: The Community Experience of the Deinstitutionalized Mentally Retarded, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, April, 1980.
  • Rothman DJ. Can Deinstitutionalization Succeed? New York University Education Quarterly, Fall, 1979.
  • Rothman DJ. A Just Measure of Pain, New Republic, Feb. 24, 1979.
  • Rothman DJ. Unto Others But..., The New York Times Op-ed, March 7, 1978.
  • Rothman DJ. Society and Its Prisons, The New York Times Book Review, Feb. 19, 1978.
  • Rothman DJ. Doing Time: Days, Months and Years in the Criminal Justice System, International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology, Volume XXIV, Policy Research, Amitai Etzioni, editor, E.J. Brill, Leiden, 1978.
  • Rothman DJ. Doing Time, The New York Times Op-ed, Sept. 14, 1977.
  • Rothman DJ, Gaylin W. Introduction to Andrew Von Hirsch, Doing Justice: The Report of the Committee for the Study of Incarceration, Hill and Wang, 1976.
  • Rothman DJ. Behavior Modification in Total Institutions: An Historical Overview, The Hastings Center Report, 5(1):17-24, February, 1975.
  • Rothman DJ. Prisons: The Failure Model, The Nation, December 21, 1974.
  • Rothman DJ, Rothman SM. Children, Psychiatry, and the State, Civil Liberties Review, Fall, 1974.
  • Rothman DJ. Slavery In a New Light, The New Leader, May 27, 1974.
  • Rothman DJ. The Promise of American Legal History, Reviews in American History, March, 1974.
  • Rothman DJ. The Business of Prisons, New York Times Book Review, September, 1973.
  • Rothman DJ. Decarcerating Prisoners and Patients, Civil Liberties Review, Fall, 1973.
  • Rothman DJ. Correcting the Field of Corrections, New York Times Book Review, May, 1973.
  • Rothman DJ. You Can't Reform the Bastille: The Attica Experience, The Nation, March, 1973.
  • Rothman DJ. Their Brothers Keeper: Poverty in America, American Heritage, December, 1972.
  • Rothman DJ. Documents in Search of an Historian: Toward a History of Childhood in America, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Fall, 1971.
  • Rothman DJ. History and Social Sciences, Past and Present, August, 1971.
  • Rothman DJ. On Prisons, Asylums, and Other Decaying Institutions, The Public Interest, Winter, 1971.
  • Rothman DJ. A Note on the Colonial American Family, William and Mary Quarterly, October, 1966.




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