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Medical histories of Belgium

SOCIAL HISTORIES OF MEDICINE

Series editors: David Cantor, Elaine Leong and Keir Waddington

Social Histories of Medicine is concerned with all aspects of health, illness and medicine, from prehistory to the present, in every part of the world. The series covers the circumstances that promote health or illness, the ways in which people experience and explain such conditions and what, practically, they do about them. Practitioners of all approaches to health and healing come within its scope, as do their ideas, beliefs and practices, and the social, economic and cultural contexts in which they operate. Methodologically, the series welcomes relevant studies in social, economic, cultural and intellectual history, as well as approaches derived from other disciplines in the arts, sciences, social sciences and humanities. The series is a collaboration between Manchester University Press and the Society for the Social History of Medicine.

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Migrant architects of the NHSJulian M. Simpson

Mediterranean quarantines, 1750–1914Edited by John Chircop and Francisco Javier Martínez

Sickness, medical welfare and the English poor, 1750–1834Steven King

Medical societies and scientific culture in nineteenth-century BelgiumJoris Vandendriessche

Vaccinating BritainGareth Millward

Madness on trialJames E. Moran

Early modern Ireland and the world of medicineEdited by John Cunningham

Feeling the strainJill Kirby

Rhinoplasty and the nose in early modern British medicine and cultureEmily Cock

Communicating the history of medicineEdite by Solveig Jülich and Sven Widmalm

Progress and pathologyEdited by Melissa Dickson, Emilie Taylor-Brown and Sally Shuttleworth

Balancing the selfEdited by Mark Jackson and Martin D. Moore

Global health and the new world orderEdited by Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Claire Beaudevin, Christoph Gradmann, Anne M. Lovell and Laurent Pordié

Accounting for health: calculation, paperwork and medicine, 1500–2000Edited by Axel C. Hüntelmann and Oliver Falk

Women’s medicineCaroline Rusterholz

Germs and governance: the past, present and future of hospital infection, prevention and controlEdited by Anne Marie Rafferty, Marguerite Dupree and Fay Bound Alberti

Leprosy and identity in the Middle Ages: from England to the MediterraneanEdited by Elma Brenner and François-Olivier Touati

Patient voices in Britain, 1840–1948Edited by Anne Hanley and Jessica Meyer

Medical histories of Belgium

New narratives on health, care and citizenship in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Edited by

Joris Vandendriessche and Benoît Majerus

MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS


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ISBN 978 1 5261 5108 7 hardback

First published 2021

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Medical histories of Belgium

New narratives on health, care and citizenship in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

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