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Published January, 2015
By Alain Touwaide, Peter Dendle and Dr. Alain Touwaide
Publisher: The Boydell Press
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Fresh examinations of the role of medicinal plants in medieval thought and practice and how they contributed to broader ideas concerning the body, religion and identity.

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Published September, 2013
By Carole Rawcliffe and Linda Clark
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Essays address plague and disease in the fifteenth century, as manifested throughout Europe.

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Published July, 2013
By Carole Rawcliffe
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The idea of English medieval towns and cities as filthy, muddy and insanitary is here overturned in a pioneering new study.

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Published December, 2010
By Griffith Edwards and Brian Vale
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Details Thomas Trotter's important contributions, as a naval surgeon and after, to the eradication of scurvy and typhus, to the study of addiction, and to improved health and safety in mines.

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Published November, 2009
By Jonathan Reinarz
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Drawing on hospital records, the publications of associated medical staff and other local documents, this title maps the evolution of nine voluntary hospitals, and their associated medical specialities in Birmingham, England before the introduction of the National Health Service, a period that witnessed significant social and cultural change.

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Published November, 2009
By David Boyd Haycock and Sally Archer
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Examines a wide range of aspects of health and medicine in maritime and imperial settings during the eighteenth and nineteenth century.

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Published October, 2009
By Gabrielle Hatfield
Publisher: The Boydell Press
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Many domestic plant remedies were used within living memory in rural East Anglia - and indeed survive today. This book covers the apparent accuracy of oral testimony, when compared with written information on the subject of plant remedies.

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Published March, 2009
By Carole Rawcliffe
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Set in the medical, religious and cultural milieu of the European Middle Ages, this book offers a study of leprosy.

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Published March, 2008
By Alain Touwaide and Peter Dendle
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Provides an examinations of the role of medicinal plants in medieval thought and practice and how they contributed to ideas concerning the body, religion and identity.

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Published October, 2006
By Carole Rawcliffe
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Set in the medical, religious and cultural milieu of the European Middle Ages, this book offers an academic study of Leprosy. This book reveals that our stereotyped ideas about the segregation of medieval lepers originated in the nineteenth century and that in the later Middle Ages it was diagnosed readily even by laity.

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