16 de marzo de 2017

Medical History - April 2017 Issue Out Now

The new issue of Medical History (Volume 61 - Issue 2 - April 2017) is out now. The issue features the following articles:

‘‘They Shall See His Face’: Blindness in British India, 1850–1950’ (Aparna Nair)

‘Interweaving Ideas and Patchwork Programmes: Nutrition Projects in Colonial Fiji, 1945–60’ (Sarah Clare Hartley)

‘Lunatic Asylum in the Workhouse: St Peter’s Hospital, Bristol, 1698–1861’ (Leonard Smith)

‘Surviving the Lunacy Act of 1890: English Psychiatrists and Professional Development during the Early Twentieth Century’ (Akinobu Takabayashi)

‘Between Securitisation and Neglect: Managing Ebola at the Borders of Global Health’ (Mark Honigsbaum)

‘Cutting the Flesh: Surgery, Autopsy and Cannibalism in the Belgian Congo’ (Sokhieng Au)


Further information is available via Medical History's website: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/medical-history/latest-issue