Bibliographic update April 2018: All

Journal of the History of Collections

Vanity affairstwo collectors of Cypriot and Aegean antiquities examined
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Landscape and the architecture of lightJohn Constable’s clouds at the Yale Center for British Art
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Collecting and exhibiting ‘Austria’a museological perspective on collections from the House of Habsburg to a ‘House of Austrian History’
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Provenance as a history of change: from Caliari in Scotland to Tintoretto in Americathe commercial and connoisseurial trajectories of a Venetian portrait
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Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

Introduction: Food as Medicine, Medicine as Food
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Invalid Cookery, Nursing and Domestic Medicine in Ireland, c. 1900
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Unpalatable Truths: Food and Drink as Medicine in Colonial British India
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Was Luigi Cornaro a Dietary Expert?
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Food As Medicine: Diet, Diabetes Management, and the Patient in Twentieth Century Britain
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Between Food and Medicine: Artificial Digestion, Sickness, and the Case of Benger’s Food
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Anne Stobart. Household Medicine in Seventeenth-Century England
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Jeanne Kisacky. Rise of the Modern Hospital: An Architectural History of Health and Healing, 1870-1940
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Andrew Hogan. Life Histories of Genetic Disease: Patterns and Prevention in Postwar Medical Genetics
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Projit Bihari Mukharji. Doctoring Traditions: Ayurveda, Small Technologies, and Braided Sciences
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Joanna Radin. Life On Ice: A History of New Uses for Cold Blood
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Rob Boddice. The Science of Sympathy: Morality, Evolution and Victorian Civilization
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Donnacha Seán Lucey. The End of the Irish Poor Law: Welfare and Healthcare Reform in Revolutionary and Independent Ireland
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Miriam Gross, Farewell to the God of Plague — Chairman Mao’s Campaign to Deworm China
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Anna Kirkland. Vaccine Court: The Law and Politics of Inquiry
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W. Bruce Fye. Caring for the Heart: Mayo Clinic and the Rise of Specialization
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