mardi 29 avril 2014

Histoire de la médecine en Afrique du Sud

New Directions and Challenges in Histories of Health, Healing and Medicine in South Africa

Medical History Volume 58 - Issue 02 - avril 2014

Editors: Julie Parle and Vanessa Noble

A Deserving Winner
Sanjoy Bhattacharya
p 145 - 145

New Directions and Challenges in Histories of Health, Healing and Medicine in South Africa
Julie Parle and Vanessa Noble
p 147 - 165


Reconstructing Harry: A Genealogical Study of a Colonial Family ‘Inside’ and ‘Outside’ the Grahamstown Asylum, 1888–1918
Lindy Wilbraham
pp 166 - 187

‘The Hospital was just like a Home’: Self, Service and the ‘McCord Hospital Family’
Vanessa Noble and Julie Parle
pp 188 - 209

‘The Trial the World is Watching’: The 1972 Prosecution of Derk Crichton and James Watts, Abortion, and the Regulation of the Medical Profession in Apartheid South Africa
Susanne M. Klausen
pp 210 - 229

Two Tales about Illness, Ideologies, and Intimate Identities: Sexuality Politics and AIDS in South Africa, 1980–95
Carla Tsampiras
 pp 230 - 256

‘A Matter of Conscience’: The Moral Authority of the World Medical Association and the Readmission of the South Africans, 1976–1994
Mandisa Mbali
pp 257 - 277

New Patterns of Disclosure: How HIV-Positive Support Group Members from KwaZulu-Natal Speak of their Status in Oral Narratives
Philippe Denis
pp 278 - 297

Book Review

McDowell Lee R., Vitamin History: The Early Years (Sarasota, FL: First Edition Publishing, 2013), pp. vi, 278, £12.38, paperback, ISBN: 978-1622872-66-4
Alexander R. Bay
pp 298 - 299

McLaren Angus, Reproduction by design: sex, robots, trees, & test-tube babies in interwar Britain (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2012), 248 pp., £38.50, hardback, ISBN: 978-0-226-56069-4
Gayle Davis
pp 300 - 301

Principe Lawrence M., The Secrets of Alchemy (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2013) pp. v + 281, £17.50, hardback, ISBN: 978-0-226-68295-2.
Kuni Sakamoto
pp 301 - 302

Books also Received

Books also received
avril 2014, pp 303 - 307

Media Review

Lost in Translation: A Review of Hold Your Breath (Produced by Maren Grainger-Monsen, MD and Julia Haslett. Icarus Films, 2006. Running time: 58 minutes)
Angela Miller Keysor
pp 308 - 310

The Madness of Bedlam: A Time Team Special, Channel 4 [UK], 1 December 2013, 9 pm GMT
Lynsey Shaw
pp 311 - 313

Review of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Oral History Project website,
Laura Ettinger
pp 313 - 314

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