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Published June, 2016
By Okezi T Otovo
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Published June, 2015
By Jessica Scott Jerome
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Published May, 2014
By Ellen J. Amster, Rajae El Aoued and Rajaed El Aoued
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Published May, 2014
By Ann Miles
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Published August, 2013
By Ellen J. Amster
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Reveals how Moroccans ingested and digested French science and used it to create a nationalist movement and Islamist politics, and to understand disease and health

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Published May, 2013
By Ann Miles
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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One of the first books to explore the meanings and experiences of medically managed chronic illness in the developing world

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Published November, 2011
By Thomas M. Hunt and John Hoberman
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Based on research in both American and foreign archives, this first book-length study of doping in the Olympics connects the use and regulation of performance-enhancing drugs to developments in the larger global environment.

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Published March, 2011
By John M. Riddle
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Published November, 2009
By Irving Massey
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Shows how neuroscience can enhance our understanding of certain features of art. This book illustrates a humanistic approach to the arts.

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Published November, 2008
By Eugene Richards
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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In some countries, they call them the 'abandonados', the abandoned ones. They're the mentally ill and mentally disabled patients being warehoused in psychiatric asylums that are more run-down, more uncaring than the most brutal American prisons. This work contains images that reveal the inhumane treatment suffered by the mentally disabled.

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