AuthorCarpenter, William T.
Phillips, Robert T. M., M.D., Ph.D.
Sullivan, Karen, 1964-
Battaglia, Lynne A.
Adelman, Roger M.
Rappeport, Jonas R., 1924-
Kane, Robert, Ph.D.
Mackowiak, Philip A.
MetadataShow full item record
Other TitlesHistorical Clinicopathological Conference: The Trial of Joan of Arc
DescriptionOne of 2 clinicopathological conferences held in 2002, this mock trial explored the question of whether or not Joan of Arc would have been found criminally responsible today for her acts of heresy. Included are the program brochure with the presentation schedule and a brief history of her life. Also available is the full text of the resulting article published in the summer 2004 issue of The Pharos (reproduced with permission of the publisher).
Presenter's Diagnosis (Dr. Dr. William T. Carpenter): Delusional disorder. Alterative Diagnosis: Divine inspiration.
CitationSullivan, K., Rappeport, J., Carpenter, W.T., Adelman, R.A., Phillips, R.T.M., Better, H., Kane, R., Pitrof, L., & Mackowiak, P.A. (2004). Was Joan of Arc Criminally Responsible for Her Alleged Acts of Heresy? The Pharos, 67(3), 4-11
SponsorsUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Medicine
VA Maryland Health Care System (U.S.)
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Medicine. Medical Alumni Association
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Law
KeywordJoan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431