Parution – Social history of medicine

Parution – Social history of medicine


Social history of medicine, Volume 25 Issue 1, February 2012

Jennifer Evans – ‘Gentle Purges corrected with hot Spices, whether they work or not, do vehemently provoke Venery’: Menstrual Provocation and Procreation in Early Modern England
Patrick Wallis – Exotic Drugs and English Medicine: England’s Drug Trade, c. 1550–c. 1800
Yvonne Petry – ‘Many Things Surpass our Knowledge’: An Early Modern Surgeon on Magic, Witchcraft and Demonic Possession
Geertje Mak – Hermaphrodites on Show. The case of Katharina/Karl Hohmann and its Use in Nineteenth-century Medical Science
Esyllt Jones – Nothing Too Good for the People: Local Labour and London’s Interwar Health Centre Movement
Jacob Mikanowski – Dr Hirszfeld’s War: Tropical Medicine and the Invention of Sero-Anthropology on the Macedonian Front
Ondine Godtschalk – A Picture of Health? New Zealand-made Health Education Films 1952–1962
Greta Jones – ‘A Mysterious Discrimination’: Irish Medical Emigration to the United States in the 1950s
Carsten Timmermann – Appropriating Risk Factors: The Reception of an American Approach to Chronic Disease in the two German States, c. 1950–1990
John Welshman – Time, Money and Social Science: The British Birth Cohort Surveys of 1946 and 1958
Duncan Wilson – Who Guards the Guardians? Ian Kennedy, Bioethics and the ‘Ideology of Accountability’ in British Medicine
Helen King – History without Historians? Medical History and the Internet
Don Shelton – The Internet and ‘New’ Historians
Helen King – Response to Shelton