vendredi 19 août 2016

Dernier volume de Social History of Medicine

Social History of Medicine

Volume 29 Issue 3 August 2016

Original Articles

Wanda S. Henry
Women Searchers of the Dead in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century London 

Alun Withey
Medicine and Charity in Eighteenth-century Northumberland: The Early Years of the Bamburgh Castle Dispensary and Surgery, c. 1772–1802 

Kalle Kananoja
Infected by the Devil, Cured by Calundu: African Healers in Eighteenth-century Minas Gerais, Brazil 

Becky Taylor
Immigration, Statecraft and Public Health: The 1920 Aliens Order, Medical Examinations and the Limitations of the State in England
Andrew J. Hogan
Medical Eponyms: Patient Advocates, Professional Interests and the Persistence of Honorary Naming 

Rana Hogarth
The Strange Case of Hannah West: Skin Colour and the Search for Racial Difference

Minna Harjula
Health Citizenship and Access to Health Services: Finland 1900–2000 

Johan Edman
Transnational Nationalism and Idealistic Science: The Alcohol Question between the Wars 

Elizabeth Roberts-Pedersen
The Hard School: Physical Treatments for War Neurosis in Britain during the Second World War 

Book Reviews

Stephen Gordon
Matthew M. Mesley and Louise E. Wilson, Contextualising Miracles in the Christian West, 1100−1500
Geoffrey Samuel
Janet Gyatso, Being Human in a Buddhist World: An Intellectual History of Medicine in Early Modern Tibet

Anna Winterbottom
Peregrine Horden and Elisabeth Hsu, The Body in Balance: Humoral Medicines in Practice

Carmel Raz
James Kennaway (ed), Music and the Nerves, 1700–1900

Paulo Drinot
José R. Jouve Martín, The Black Doctors of Colonial Lima: Science, Race and Writing in Colonial and Early Republican Peru

Erica Wald
Daniel Walther, Sex and Control: Venereal Disease, Colonial Physicians and Indigenous Agency in German Colonialism, 1884–1914

Steven M. Stowe
David Seed, Stephen C. Kenny and Chris Williams (eds), Life and Limb: Perspectives on the American Civil War

Julia Moses
Judith Rainhorn, ed., Santé et travail à la mine, XIXe–XXIe siècle

Tiffany F. Jones
Anna Greenwood and Harshad Topiwala, Indian Doctors in Kenya, 1895–1940: The Forgotten History

Adele Oltman
Tanya Hart, Health in the City: Race, Poverty, and the Negotiation of Women’s Health in New York City, 1915–1930

Kathleen W. Jones
Angela Davis, Pre-school Childcare in England, 1939–2010; Theory, Practice and Experience

Dora Vargha
Charlotte DeCroes Jacobs, Jonas Salk: A Life

Jonathan Sadowsky
S. D. Lamb, Pathologist of the Mind: Adolf Meyer and the Origins of American Psychiatry

Becky Taylor
Roberta Bivins, Contagious Communities. Medicine, Migration and the NHS in Post-War Britain

Nancy J. Tomes
Scott H. Podolsky, The Antibiotic Era: Reform, Resistance, and the Pursuit of a Rational Therapeutics

Erin J. Lux
Robert Peckham (ed.), Disease and Crime: A History of Social Pathologies and the New Politics of Health

Scott C. Martin
Laura D. Hirshbein, Smoking Privileges: Psychiatry, the Mentally Ill, and the Tobacco Industry in America

Melissa S. Dale
Everett Yuehong Zhang, The Impotence Epidemic: Men’s Medicine and Sexual Desire in Contemporary China

Julia R. Cummiskey
James C. McCann, The Historical Ecology of Malaria in Ethiopia. Deposing the Spirits

Priscilla Wald
Christopher Hamlin, More Than Hot: A Short History of Fever

Louise Hide
Petteri Pietikäinen, Madness. A History

Susan Pickard
Sharon R. Kaufman, Ordinary Medicine: Extraordinary Treatments, Longer Lives, and Where to Draw the Line

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