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Published May, 2017
By Hannah Newton, Sandra Cavallo, Tessa Storey, David Cantor and Leah Astbury
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Published May, 2017
By Claire Edwards and Eluska Fernandez
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Published April, 2017
By Julie Anderson and Claire L. Jones
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A collection of essays examining the development and commodification of prostheses in Britain and America that occurred during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, due to the shift to standardized industrial manufacturing and associated market growth.

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Published March, 2017
By Joy Damousi, Birgit Lang and Alison Lewis
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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The case study is a modern genre that has not yet outgrown its original purpose. This collection tells the story of the genre as inseparable from the foundation of sexology and psychoanalysis, and integral to the history of European literature.

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Published March, 2017
By David Cantor, Stuart S. Blume, Christine Holmberg and Paul Greenough
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Provides a comprehensive, comparative study of global vaccine politics and their social, economic and historical context.

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Published February, 2017
By Keir Waddington and Bonnie Evans
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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The Origins of Autism provides the first detailed exploration of the history of autism in the UK. Drawing from extensive and highly original archival research as well as investigations of published literature it describes the political, social and institutional background which made the study and increased diagnosis of autism possible.

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Published February, 2017
By Keir Waddington and George Campbell Gosling
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Examines how commercial medicine operated before the foundation of the NHS, and how this could be compatible with a system based on charity. It challenges the assumptions of historians, politicians and the public.

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Published January, 2017
By Andrew Thompson and Peter Hobbins
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Presents a radically new view of the role of science and scientific methodology in the colonies. It explores the role of snakes, snakebite and snake venom in the emerging science of nineteenth-century Australia and India, the neglected significance of inter-colony exchanges and conflicts and the importance of vivisection to science.

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Published January, 2017
By Julie Anderson, Walton Schalick and Heather Perry
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Examines the "medical organisation" of Imperial Germany for total war

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Published October, 2016
By Ian Miller and David Durnin
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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A wide ranging volume on medical history, that examines critical areas of health concerns in Ireland through the World Wars.

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