22 de junio de 2018

Medical History - July 2018 Issue Out Now

The new issue of Medical History (Volume 62 / Issue 3, July 2018) is out now. The issue features the following articles:

*Diagnosing the Kaiser: Psychiatry, Wilhelm II and the Question of German War Guilt (David Freis)

*Children in the London: Inpatient Care in a Voluntary General Hospital (Madeleine Mant)

*Cordons Sanitaires and the Rationalisation Process in Southern Europe (Nineteenth-Century Majorca) (Pere Salas-Vives, Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora)

*Between Party, People, and Profession: The Many Faces of the ‘Doctor’ during the Cultural Revolution (Miriam Gross)

*Fumigating the Hygienic Model City: Bubonic Plague and the Sulfurozador in Early-Twentieth-Century Buenos Aires (Lukas Engelmann)

For more information see Medical History’s website at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/medical-history/latest-issue