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Published October, 2009
By Richard Cleminson and Francisco Vazquez Garcia
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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Analyses the medical category of 'hermaphroditism' in Spain over the period 1850-1960. This title attempts to show how the relationship between the male and female body, biological 'sex', gender and sexuality constantly changed in the light of emerging medical, legal and social influences.

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Published October, 2009
By Richard Cleminson and Francisco Vazquez Garcia
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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This is the first book in English to analyse the medical category of 'hermaphroditism' in Spain over the period 1850-1960. It attempts to show how the relationship between the male and female body, biological 'sex', gender and sexuality constantly changed in the light of emerging medical, legal and social influences.

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Published November, 2008
By Alun Roberts
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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Offers an account of the origins and development of Cardiff's, and Wales', medical school during the first four decades of its existence. This book focuses on the history of medical education in the United Kingdom, and also on the history of the University of Wales and its uneasy relationship with the Cardiff College.

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Published June, 2008
By Roger Bartra
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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Focuses on the subject of 'melancholy madness' in Spain. This work demonstrates that the subject of melancholy in the Spanish Golden Age is an indispensable link in a chain which may help us to understand the appearance of sadness and malcontent in Europe at the dawn of modernity.

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Published May, 2007
By Anne Borsay and Sarah Brady
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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The South Wales Coalfield Collection (SWCC) is one of the largest archives of its kind in the UK and of international importance. This work attempts to make items of medical significance more accessible. It is based on a screening of the Collection funded by a Welcome Trust Research Resources in Medical History Award.

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Published July, 2006
By Charles Webster and Pamela Michael
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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This book offers an introduction to many aspects of health and society in 20th century Wales, ranging from public health, to personal life-styles and household budgets, birth control and the incidence of deaths from childbirth.

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Published May, 2006
By Steve Thompson
Publisher: University of Wales Press
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Examines the human costs of unemployment and poverty through a study of the health of the population of south Wales. This book contributes to the 'healthy or hungry thirties' debate about the effects of unemployment and poverty on health in interwar Britain through an examination of south Wales.

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