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Historical and Historic Articles in Voice: A compilation from Journal of Voice
The history of laryngology is fascinating. Excellent overviews are available in book chapters.1,2,3 However, in addition to those chapters and other historical overviews, a wealth of information on the history of laryngology has been published in the Journal of Voice during its first three decades. This book compiles many of those publications on historical people, summaries of the history of laryngology, seminal articles that have become “historic” over time, and G. Paul Moore lectures that summarize the lifetime perspective of accomplished luminaries in the world of voice.
A compendium of this sort is subjective by definition. The editors are certain that some articles that could well be considered to be either historical or historic have been omitted inadvertently. We offer our apologies to any authors whose articles should have been included but were not.
The first section of this book is a collection of obituaries. Obituaries often are published as brief editorials and then forgotten. They summarize the lives and contributions of individuals who laid the foundation of the field of voice upon which we continue to build, and we hope that having them collected in a convenient source will not only help perpetuate the memories of some of the giants in our history but also will provide a depth of understanding for younger voice specialists who are not fortunate enough to have known many of these individuals. Memorialized in these editions include such luminaries as Van L. Lawrence, Wilbur James Gould, Thomas Shipp, David G Hanson, to name just a few.
The third section is a selection of G. Paul Moore lectures that focused on the lecturers’ broad, retrospective vision of the field of voice, as they watched it evolve. The first six G. Paul Moore lectures were published before Journal of Voice was launched and are not included in this collection, but the first fifteen G. Paul Moore lectures are available elsewhere.4 These lectures vary from reflective to historical to speculative.
This trawl through JOV of articles historical and historic richly demonstrates the explosion of research, clinical and bench activities in the field of Voice. We hope that the readers find this compilation enlightening and useful, and enjoy this trip down memory lane as much as we enjoyed preparing it.
John S. Rubin, MD, FACS, FRCS Consultant Otolaryngologist Royal National Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital Honorary Consultant Otolaryngologist NeuroOtology Division National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery University College London Hospitals NHS Trust Honorary Senior Lecturer Institute of Laryngology and Otology University College of London London, United Kingdom Robert Thayer Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS Professor and Chairman, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Academic Specialties Drexel University College of Medicine Adjunct Professor, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Sydney Kimmel Medical College Thomas Jefferson University
Von Leden, H., A Cultural History of the Larynx in Voice, in: R.T. Sataloff, Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care, fourth ed., Plural Publishing Inc., San Diego, 2017, pp. 9-88.
Von Leden, H., The Evolution of Phonosurgery, in: R.T. Sataloff, Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care, fourth ed., Plural Publishing Inc., San Diego, 2017, pp. 1327-1346.
Zeitels, Steven M., The History and Development of Phonomicrosurery, in: R.T. Sataloff, Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care, fourth ed., Plural Publishing Inc., San Diego, 2017, pp. 1347-1370.
Sataloff, R.T., Voice Perspectives, Singular Publishing Inc., San Diego, 1998.