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The intellectual influence of non-medical research on policy and practice in the Colonial Medical Service in Tanganyika and Uganda
Shane Doyle

.), Knowledge, Power, and Practice: The Anthropology of Medicine and Everyday Life , Berkeley, California University Press, 1993 , pp. 305–29; P. Curtin, ‘Medical Knowledge and Urban Planning in Tropical Africa’, American Historical Review , 90, 1985, pp. 594–613; S. Feierman and J. Janzen (eds.), The Social Basis of Health and Healing in

in Beyond the state
John Marriott

racial stereotypes, particularly of tribal peoples. In 1871 E.C.P. Hull’s new vade-mecum appeared, which attempted to ‘fill the void’ in ordinary handbooks by describing everyday life in India. 99 In India, it informed the readers, there are ‘many different races, bearing little resemblance to each other’. In general the Hindus have ‘handsome, well-formed features…. Here is the open

in The other empire