Social History of Medicine articles

Volume 26 (1)

Diego Armus, The Ailing City: Health, Tuberculosis, and Culture in Buenos Aires, 1870-1950
Eraso, Y., vol. 26 (1): 135-136
Thomas Le Roux, Le Laboratoire des Pollutions Industrielles. Paris 1770-1830
Fressoz, J.-B., vol. 26 (1): 137-138
Fernando Vidal, The Sciences of the Soul: The Early Modern Origins of Psychology
Edwards, M., vol. 26 (1): 138-139
Lydia Carroll, In the Fever King's Preserves: Sir Charles Cameron and the Dublin Slums
Miller, I., vol. 26 (1): 139-140
Gabriele Moser, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft und Krebsforschung 1920-1970
Timmermann, C., vol. 26 (1): 141-142
Peter C. Engelman, A History of the Birth Control Movement in America
Kluchin, R. M., vol. 26 (1): 142-143
Heather R. Beatty, Nervous Disease in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain
Sedlmayr, G., vol. 26 (1): 143-144
David G. Schuster, Neurasthenic Nation: America's Search for Health, Happiness, and Comfort, 1869-1920
Horowitz, H., vol. 26 (1): 145-146
Heather Munro Prescott, The Morning After: A History of Emergency Contraception in the United States
Bigman, F., vol. 26 (1): 146-147
Keir Waddington, An Introduction to the Social History of Medicine, Europe since 1500
Hurren, E. T., vol. 26 (1): 147-148
Richard Sugg, Mummies, Cannibals and Vampires: The History of Corpse Medicine from the Renaissance to the Victorians
Matteoni, F., vol. 26 (1): 149-150
Holly Dugan, The Ephemeral History of Perfume: Scent and Sense in Early Modern England
Boyson, R., vol. 26 (1): 150-151
Harry W. Paul, Henri de Rothschild, 1872-1947: Medicine and Theater
Fuchs, R. G., vol. 26 (1): 151-153
Stephen Pemberton, The Bleeding Disease: Hemophilia and the Unintended Consequences of Medical Progress
Starr, D., vol. 26 (1): 153-154
Michael E. Staub, Madness is Civilisation: When the Diagnosis was Social, 1948-1980
Horwitz, A. V., vol. 26 (1): 154-155
Virginia Berridge, Martin Gorsky and Alex Mold, Public Health in History
Steere-Williams, J., vol. 26 (1): 155-156
Nancy Lusignan Schultz, Mrs. Mattingly's Miracle: The Prince, the Widow and the Cure That Shocked Washington City
Mangion, C. M., vol. 26 (1): 157-158
Lindsay Reid, Midwifery in Scotland: A History
Hunter, B., vol. 26 (1): 158-159
Carol Helmstadter and Judith Godden, Nursing Before Nightingale, 1815-1899
Wildman, S., vol. 26 (1): 159-160
Ali Haggett, Desperate Housewives: Neuroses and the Domestic Environment, 1945-1970
Spencer, S., vol. 26 (1): 160-162
Thomas Dormandy, Opium: Reality's Dark Dream
Hall, W., vol. 26 (1): 162-163

Volume 25 (4)

The Death of the Sick Role
Burnham, J. C., vol. 25 (4): 761-776
Identity-Formation and the Breastfeeding Mother in Renaissance Generative Discourses and Shakespeare's Coriolanus
Sparey, V., vol. 25 (4): 777-794
The 'Miracle of Childbirth': The Portrayal of Parturient Women in Medieval Miracle Narratives
Powell, H., vol. 25 (4): 795-811
Germs at Work: Establishing Tuberculosis as an Occupational Disease in Britain, c.1900-1951
McIvor, A., vol. 25 (4): 812-829
Producing Knowledge about Tropical Fevers in the Andes: Preventive Inoculations and Yellow Fever in Colombia, 1880-1890
Garcia, M., vol. 25 (4): 830-847
Church, State and Family: The Advent of Child Guidance Clinics in Independent Ireland
Feeney, T., vol. 25 (4): 848-862
From Immorality to Public Health: Thalidomide and the Debate for Legal Abortion in Australia
Parker, C., vol. 25 (4): 863-880
Roderick Floud, Robert W. Fogel, Bernard Harris and Sok Chul Hong, The Changing Body: Health, Nutrition, and Human Development in the Western World Since 1700
Smith, D., vol. 25 (4): 881-882
Josep Bernabeu-Mestre and Josep Lluis Barona (eds), Nutricion, Salud y Sociedad: Espana y Europa en los siglos XIX y XX
Lafuente, G. S., vol. 25 (4): 883-884
Matthew Smith, An Alternative History of Hyperactivity: Food Additives and the Feingold Diet
Doroshow, D., vol. 25 (4): 884-885
Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, Rachel Duffet and Alain Drouard (eds), Food and War in Twentieth Century Europe
Jensen, T., vol. 25 (4): 885-887
Elisabeth Hsu and Stephen Harris (eds), Plants, Health and Healing: On the Interface of Ethnobotany and Medical Anthropology
Alexiades, M. N., vol. 25 (4): 887-889
Ian Miller, A Modern History of the Stomach: Gastric Illness, Medicine and British Society, 1800-1950
Angel, K., vol. 25 (4): 889-890
Catharine Coleborne and Dolly MacKinnon (eds.), Exhibiting Madness in Museums: Remembering Psychiatry Through Collections and Display
Kragh, J. V., vol. 25 (4): 891-892
Alison Nuttall and Rosemary Mander (eds.), James Young Simpson: Lad o Pairts
Reid, L., vol. 25 (4): 892-894
Jan Ovesen and Ing-Britt Trankell, Cambodians and their Doctors: A Medical Anthropology of Colonial and Post-Colonial Cambodia
Wahlberg, A., vol. 25 (4): 894-895
Katherine D. Watson, Forensic Medicine in Western Society: A History
Duvall, N., vol. 25 (4): 896-897
Narin Hassan, Diagnosing Empire: Women, Medical Knowledge, and Colonial Mobility
Bhattacharya, N., vol. 25 (4): 897-898
Yi-Li Wu, Reproducing Women: Medicine, Metaphor, and Childbirth in Late Imperial China
Valussi, E., vol. 25 (4): 898-900