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Published February, 2022
By Brittany Pladek
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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The Poetics of Palliation argues that Romanticism developed richer literary therapies than its contemporary reception remembers. By reading Romantic writers against Georgian medical ethics, Poetics recovers their models of literature as comfort and sustenance, challenging a health humanities tradition that sees literary therapy primarily as cure.

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Published September, 2021
By Andrew Mangham and Daniel Lea
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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With the dawn of modern medicine there emerged a complex range of languages and methodologies for portraying the male body as prone to illness, injury and dysfunction. Using a variety of historical and literary approaches, this collection explores how medicine has interacted with key moments in literature and culture.

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Published August, 2021
By Michael Dwyer
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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The first comprehensive history of the anti-diphtheria campaign and the factors which facilitated or hindered the rollout of a national childhood immunization programme in Ireland. Dwyer charts how this national goal was marked by conflict and tragedy and placed Ireland on the European frontline of the bacteriological revolution.

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Published October, 2020
By Yari Perez Marin
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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Published July, 2020
By Laura Kelly
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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This book explores the history of medical education and student life in Ireland from the mid-nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century, with particular focus on issues of gender and class.

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Published June, 2020
By Javier Calle-Martin
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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A synoptic edition of the English version of John Arderon's De judiciis urinarum containing the commentary on Giles of Corbeil's Carmen de urinis as preserved in Glasgow University Library, MS Hunter 328, from the early 15th century, and Manchester University Library, MS Rylands Eng.

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Published January, 2020
By Hrileena Ghosh
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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This study explores the poet John Keats' manuscript medical Notebook from his time at Guy's Hospital (October 1815 - March 1816), reconstructing and recovering the intriguing and mutually enriching connections between Keats' two careers of medicine and poetry.

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Published May, 2019
By Brittany Pladek
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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The Poetics of Palliation argues that Romanticism developed richer literary therapies than its contemporary reception remembers. By reading Romantic writers against Georgian medical ethics, Poetics recovers their models of literature as comfort and sustenance, challenging a health humanities tradition that sees literary therapy primarily as cure.

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£90.00
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Published May, 2018
By Andrew Mangham and Daniel Lea
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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With the dawn of modern medicine there emerged a complex range of languages and methodologies for portraying the male body as prone to illness, injury and dysfunction. Using a variety of historical and literary approaches, this collection explores how medicine has interacted with key moments in literature and culture.

Hardback
£90.00
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Published December, 2017
By Michael Dwyer
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
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The first comprehensive history of the anti-diphtheria campaign and the factors which facilitated or hindered the rollout of a national childhood immunization programme in Ireland. Dwyer charts how this national goal was marked by conflict and tragedy and placed Ireland on the European frontline of the bacteriological revolution.

Hardback
£85.00
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