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Alexandra Minna Stern. 2005 .

Stern, Alexandra.

Many people assume that eugenics all but disappeared with the fall of Nazism, but as this sweeping history demonstrates, the idea of better breeding had a wide and surprising reach in the United States throughout the twentieth century. With an original emphasis on the American…
edited by Charles E. Rosenberg and Janet Golden. 1992 .

Alice Domurat Dreger. 1998 .

Dreger, Alice Domurat.

"Hermaphrodites and the Medical Invention of Sex takes us inside the doctors' chambers to see how and why medical and scientific men construed sex, gender, and sexuality as they did, and especially how the material conformation of hermaphroditic bodies - when combined with social…
Randall M. Packard. 2016 .

Packard, Randall M., 1945-

Colonial training grounds -- From colonial to international health -- The League of Nations Health Organization -- Internationalizing rural hygiene and nutrition -- Planning for a postwar world : the legacy of social medicine…
Rana A. Hogarth. 2017 .

Hogarth, Rana A.,

" ... Examines the creation and circulation of medical ideas about blackness in the Atlantic World during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. She shows how white physicians deployed blackness as a medically significant marker of difference and used medical…
Rana A. Hogarth. 2017 .

Hogarth, Rana A.,

" ... Examines the creation and circulation of medical ideas about blackness in the Atlantic World during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. She shows how white physicians deployed blackness as a medically significant marker of difference and used medical…
edited by Paula Viterbo and Kalala Ngalamulume. 2011 .

Over the past two decades, the implosion of economies under the burden of debt, the negative repercussions of structural adjustment programs, the crisis of legitimacy, civil wars, and the collapse of some states have resulted in serious health issues across the African continent.…
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11. Medicine and society in early modern Europe Book , Print in English
Mary Lindemann. 1999 .

Lindemann, Mary.

"Bringing together the best and most innovative recent research, Mary Lindemann examines medicine from a social and cultural perspective, rather than a narrowly scientific one. Drawing on medical anthropology, sociology and ethics as well as cultural and social history, she…
Guenter B. Risse. 1999 .

Risse, Guenter B., 1932-

"By chronicling the transformation of hospitals from houses of mercy to tools of confinement, from dwellings of rehabilitation to spaces for clinical teaching and research, from rooms for birthing and dying to institutions of science and technology, this book provides a…
Sherry Fields. 2008 .

Fields, Sherry Lee.

"Because of its cultural diversity, colonial Mexico is an especially rich setting for the exploration of premodern concepts of health and disease. This book draws on a variety of sources to explore the ways in which the inhabitants of colonial Mexico interpreted their health.…
Sherry Fields. 2011 .

Fields, Sherry Lee.

Pestilence and headcolds -- Doctors, bleeders, and virgins -- The whole of our flesh -- Managing the humors -- Encountering illness.
1. Medicine in 1790 -- 2. Medicine in the hospital -- 3. Medicine in the community -- 4. Medicine in the laboratory -- 5. Science, disease, and practice -- 6. Medical science goes public -- 7. Doctors and patients -- 8. Conclusion: Did science matter?
edited with an introd. by Erna Lesky ; [translated from the 3d, rev. ed. by E. Vilim]. 1976 .

Frank, Johann Peter, 1745-1821.

17. Western medicine as contested knowledge Book , Print in English
edited by Andrew Cunningham and Bridie Andrews. 1997 .