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Published September, 2016
By Tom Solomon
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Most people know Roald Dahl as a famous writer of children's books and adult short stories, but few are aware of his fascination with medicine. Taking examples from Dahl's life, and illustrated with excerpts from his writing, this book uses Dahl's medical interactions as a starting point to explore some extraordinary areas of medical science.

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Published November, 2014
By Robert Woods and Chris Galley
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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A remarkable history of midwifery in the eighteenth century.

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Published October, 2012
By Nandini Bhattacharya
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Contagion and Enclaves studies the social history of medicine within two intersecting enclaves in colonial India; the hill station of Darjeeling which incorporated the sanitarian and racial norms of the British Raj; and in the adjacent tea plantations of North Bengal, which produced tea for the global market.

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Published August, 2012
By Andrew Mangham and Greta Depledge
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Features essays that explores literary texts in relation to the history of gynaecology and women's surgery. This title demonstrate how fiction and medicine have a long-established tradition of looking towards each other for inspiration and elucidation in questions of gender.

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Published February, 2011
By Andrew Mangham and Greta Depledge
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Features essays that explore literary texts in relation to the history of gynaecology and women's surgery. This book demonstrates how fiction and medicine have a long-established tradition of looking towards each other for inspiration and elucidation in questions of gender.

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Published June, 2008
By Philip J. van der Eijk and R. W. Sharples
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Nemesius' treatise "On the Nature of Man" is an important text for historians of ancient thought, not only as a much-quarried source of evidence for earlier works, but also as an indication of intellectual life in the late fourth century AD. This title provides a compendium of theological anthropology with a Christian orientation.

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Published May, 2007
By Stanley Williamson
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Smallpox was one of the most deadly, most contagious and most feared diseases. During the closing years of the 18th Century a controversial development took place when Edward Jenner developed an inoculation for Smallpox based on a culture from Cowpox. This title highlights the social, political and ethical consequences of compulsory vaccination.

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Published April, 2007
By Stanley Williamson
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Smallpox was one of the most deadly, most contagious and most feared diseases. During the closing years of the 18th Century a controversial development took place when Edward Jenner developed an inoculation for Smallpox based on a culture from Cowpox. This title highlights the social, political and ethical consequences of compulsory vaccination.

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