Dunham Medical College

1895  -  1902

Dunham Medical College in Chicago sparked fierce debate among the American homeopathic community.

It was once stated that "It is a notorious fact that Dunham Medical College has been more persistently assailed by other homoeopathic colleges than any other college ever organized" because it placed precedence on the works of Hahnemann.

In 1900, Kent began working at Dunham where he became dean. Dunham merged with Hering in 1902.

Information from Encyclopedia Homeopathica

1. Hahnemannian Advocate
"A Boomerang"
Vol 36, No 7, Chicago: 1897,
2. JT Kent
The Dunahm Lectures
"Foreward"
3. American Homeopath 1895
"Kent: A Modern Biography of James Tyler Kent"