Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Social History

Settler Society in the Australian Colonies: self-government and imperial culture
vol. 41 (2): 225-226
Chained in Silence: black women and convict labor in the New South
vol. 41 (2): 226-228
Agriculture and Environment: debates in the central legislature of India, 1937–1957
vol. 41 (2): 228-229
Power to the People: energy in Europe over the last five centuries
vol. 41 (2): 229-231
vol. 41 (2): 232-232

Social History of Medicine

Women Searchers of the Dead in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century London
Henry, W. S., vol. 29 (3): 445-466
Medicine and Charity in Eighteenth-century Northumberland: The Early Years of the Bamburgh Castle Dispensary and Surgery, c. 1772-1802
Withey, A., vol. 29 (3): 467-489
Infected by the Devil, Cured by Calundu: African Healers in Eighteenth-century Minas Gerais, Brazil
Kananoja, K., vol. 29 (3): 490-511
Immigration, Statecraft and Public Health: The 1920 Aliens Order, Medical Examinations and the Limitations of the State in England
Taylor, B., vol. 29 (3): 512-533
Medical Eponyms: Patient Advocates, Professional Interests and the Persistence of Honorary Naming
Hogan, A. J., vol. 29 (3): 534-556
The Strange Case of Hannah West: Skin Colour and the Search for Racial Difference
Hogarth, R., vol. 29 (3): 557-572
Health Citizenship and Access to Health Services: Finland 1900-2000
Harjula, M., vol. 29 (3): 573-589
Transnational Nationalism and Idealistic Science: The Alcohol Question between the Wars
Edman, J., vol. 29 (3): 590-610
The Hard School: Physical Treatments for War Neurosis in Britain during the Second World War
Roberts-Pedersen, E., vol. 29 (3): 611-632
Matthew M. Mesley and Louise E. Wilson, Contextualising Miracles in the Christian West, 1100-1500
Gordon, S., vol. 29 (3): 633-634
Janet Gyatso, Being Human in a Buddhist World: An Intellectual History of Medicine in Early Modern Tibet
Samuel, G., vol. 29 (3): 634-636
Peregrine Horden and Elisabeth Hsu, The Body in Balance: Humoral Medicines in Practice
Winterbottom, A., vol. 29 (3): 636-638
James Kennaway (ed), Music and the Nerves, 1700-1900
Raz, C., vol. 29 (3): 638-639
Jose R. Jouve Martin, The Black Doctors of Colonial Lima: Science, Race and Writing in Colonial and Early Republican Peru
Drinot, P., vol. 29 (3): 640-641
Daniel Walther, Sex and Control: Venereal Disease, Colonial Physicians and Indigenous Agency in German Colonialism, 1884-1914
Wald, E., vol. 29 (3): 641-643
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