Social History of Medicine articles

Volume 28 (2)

Keith Wailoo, Pain: A Political History
Tousignant, N., vol. 28 (2): 398-399
Sari Katajala-Peltomaa and Susanna Niiranen (eds), Mental (Dis)Order in Later Medieval Europe
Turner, W., vol. 28 (2): 400-401
Richard Sugg, The Smoke of the Soul: Medicine, Physiology and Religion in Early Modern England
Giglioni, G., vol. 28 (2): 401-402
Liberty Walther Barnes Conceiving Masculinity: Male Infertility, Medicine, and Identity
Kampf, A., vol. 28 (2): 402-404
Leslie Rosenthal, The River Pollution Dilemma in Victorian England. Nuisance Law versus Economic Efficiency
Hardy, A., vol. 28 (2): 404-405
Ian Miller Reforming Food in Post-Famine Ireland: Medicine, Science and Improvement, 1845-1922
Crossman, V., vol. 28 (2): 405-406
Matthew Warner Osborn, Rum Maniacs: Alcoholic Insanity in the Early American Republic
Fahey, D., vol. 28 (2): 406-407
Michael Osborne, The Emergence of Tropical Medicine in France
Mertens, M., vol. 28 (2): 407-409
Mathew Thomson, Lost Freedom: The Landscape of the Child and the British Post-war Settlement
Thom, D., vol. 28 (2): 409-410
Marga Vicedo, The Nature and Nurture of Love: From Imprinting to Attachment in Cold War America
Raz, M., vol. 28 (2): 410-412
Erika Dyck, Facing Eugenics: Reproduction, Sterilization, and the Politics of Choice
Seigel, M., vol. 28 (2): 412-413
Susan Benedict and Linda Shields (eds), Nurses and Midwives in Nazi Germany: The "Euthanasia Programs"
Tillack-Graf, A.-K., vol. 28 (2): 413-415
Nicholas Rasmussen Gene Jockeys: Life Science and the Rise of Biotech Enterprise
Hughes, S. S., vol. 28 (2): 415-416
Carsten Timmermann, A History of Lung Cancer: The Recalcitrant Disease
Berlivet, L., vol. 28 (2): 416-418
David S. Jones Broken Hearts: The Tangled History of Cardiac Care
Timmermann, C., vol. 28 (2): 418-419
Francesca Scott, Kate Scarth and Ji Won Chung (eds), Picturing Women's Health (Warwick Series in the Humanities)
Farkas, C.-A., vol. 28 (2): 420-421
John S. Haller Jr., Shadow Medicine: The Placebo in Conventional and Alternative Therapies
Adams, J. M., vol. 28 (2): 421-423
Mark Jackson, The History of Medicine: A Beginner's Guide
Waddington, K., vol. 28 (2): 423-424

Volume 28 (1)

'Lead[ing] 'em by the Nose into Publick Shame and Derision': Gaspare Tagliacozzi, Alexander Read and the Lost History of Plastic Surgery, 1600-1800
Cock, E., vol. 28 (1): 1-21
Of the China Root: A Case Study of the Early Modern Circulation of Materia Medica
Winterbottom, A. E., vol. 28 (1): 22-44
The State, the People and the Care of Sick and Injured Sailors in Late Stuart England
Neufeld, M., Wickham, B., vol. 28 (1): 45-63
Mr Giovanni Succi Meets Dr Luigi Luciani in Florence: Hunger Artists and Experimental Physiology in the Late Nineteenth Century
Nieto-Galan, A., vol. 28 (1): 64-81
Performing State Medicine During its 'Frustrating' Years: Epidemiology and Bacteriology at the Local Government Board, 1870-1900
Steere-Williams, J., vol. 28 (1): 82-107
The 'Regiment of Skeletons': A First World War Medical Collection
Alberti, S. J. M. M., vol. 28 (1): 108-133
Inter-imperial Learning and African Health Care in Portuguese Angola in the Interwar Period
Coghe, S., vol. 28 (1): 134-154
'Roy Porter Student Prize Essay, 2012' Easing the Passing: R v Adams and Terminal Care in Postwar Britain
Mahar, C., vol. 28 (1): 155-171
'Pretty Pioneering-Spirited People': Genetic Counsellors, Gender Culture, and the Professional Evolution of a Feminised Health Field, 1947-1980
Stillwell, D., vol. 28 (1): 172-193
Helen King, The One-Sex Body on Trial: The Classical and Early Modern Evidence
Read, K. D., vol. 28 (1): 194-195
Joan Cadden, Nothing Natural Is Shameful: Sodomy and Science in Late Medieval Europe
Puff, H., vol. 28 (1): 195-196
Pratik Chakrabarti, Medicine & Empire: 1600-1960
Singh, N., vol. 28 (1): 197-198
Anna Shepherd, Institutionalizing the Insane in Nineteenth-Century England
Wynter, R., vol. 28 (1): 198-200
Gerald V. O'Brien, Framing the Moron: The Social Construction of Feeble-mindedness in the American Eugenic Era
Stern, A. M., vol. 28 (1): 200-201
James C. Mohr, Licensed to Practice - The Supreme Court Defines the American Medical Profession
Harris, J., vol. 28 (1): 201-203
Peter Kirby, Child Workers and Industrial Health in Britain 1780-1850
Cunningham, H., vol. 28 (1): 203-204
Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger, Insanitary City: Henry Littlejohn and the Condition of Edinburgh
Luckin, B., vol. 28 (1): 204-206
Angelique Richardson (ed.), After Darwin: Animals, Emotions, and the Mind
Ball, A., vol. 28 (1): 206-207
Lundy Braun, Breathing Race into the Machine: The Surprising Career of the Spirometer from Plantation to Genetics
McCulloch, J., vol. 28 (1): 207-209
Alan Derickson, Dangerously Sleepy: Overworked Americans and the Cult of Manly Wakefulness
Faue, E., vol. 28 (1): 209-210
Henriette Remi, Hommes sans visage
Gehrhardt, M., vol. 28 (1): 210-211
Rhodri Hayward, The Transformation of the Psyche in British Primary Care 1880-1970
Casper, S., vol. 28 (1): 212-213