|14 Oct 2009||12:00pm - 2:00pm||CRASSH 17 Mill Lane|
Medicine and Imperialism: Diseases, Armies, Natives
To access the Readings please contact Dr R Barnett
- Michael Worboys, Colonial and Imperial Medicine, in Deborah Brunton (ed.),
Medicine Transformed: Health, Disease and Society in Europe, 1800 - 1930
(Manchester University Press & Open University, 2004), pp. 211-38.
- Andrew Cunningham and Bridie Andrews (eds.), Western Medicine as Contested
Knowledge (Manchester University Press, 1997), introduction, pp. 1-23.
- Megan Vaughan, Curing Their Ills: Colonial Power and African Illness (Polity Press,
1991), chapter 5, ‘The Madman and the Medicine Man: Colonial Psychiatry and the
Theory of Deculturation’, pp. 100-28.
- Michael Worboys, Germs, Malaria and the Invention of Mansonian Tropical Medicine:
From “Diseases in the Tropics” to “Tropical Diseases”, in David Arnold (ed.), Warm
Climates and Western Medicine: The Emergence of Tropical Medicine, 1500 - 1900
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