Medical History, 2014/3
edited by Julie Parle and Vanessa Noble of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Editorial : A Deserving Winner
Introduction : New Directions and Challenges in Histories of Health, Healing and Medicine in South Africa
Julie Parle and Vanessa Noble
‘The Hospital was just like a Home’: Self, Service and the ‘McCord Hospital Family’.
Vanessa Noble & Julie Parle
‘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
Two Tales about Illness, Ideologies, and Intimate Identities: Sexuality Politics and AIDS in South Africa, 1980–95.
‘A Matter of Conscience’: The Moral Authority of the World Medical Association and the Readmission of the South Africans, 1976–1994.
New Patterns of Disclosure: How HIV-Positive Support Group Members from KwaZulu-Natal Speak of their Status in Oral Narratives.
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