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Published November, 2020
By Carla Joinson
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Vanished in Hiawatha is a harrowing look into the mistreatment of Native Americans at the Canton (South Dakota) Asylum for Insane Indians from 1902 to 1934.

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Published May, 2020
By Cheryl Savageau
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Out of the Crazywoods is the insightful and riveting story of Abenaki poet Cheryl Savageau's late-life diagnosis of bipolar disorder and personal journey toward the acceptance and management of this lifelong illness.

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Published January, 2020
By Mark G. Kortepeter
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Offers an insider's account of one of the most dangerous workplaces on earth: the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases. Mark Kortepeter recounts his journey from the lecture hall to the role of department chief, to the battlefield, to the Biosafety Level-4 maximum containment lab, and finally, to the corner office.

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Published August, 2019
By Rangira Bea Gallimore, Gerise Herndon and Patricia Anne Simpson
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Explores the possibility of art as therapeutic, capable of implementation by mental health practitioners crafting mental health policy in Rwanda. This anthology of scholarly, personal, and hybrid essays was inspired by scholar and activist Chantal Kalisa (1965-2015).

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Published April, 2019
By Jonathan M. Weber
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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In 1876 one out of every nineteen people died prematurely in Mexico City, a staggeringly high rate when compared to other major Western world capitals at the time. Jonathan Weber examines how Mexican state officials, including President Porfirio Diaz, tried to resolve the public health dilemmas facing the city.

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Published April, 2019
By Jonathan M. Weber
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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In 1876 one out of every nineteen people died prematurely in Mexico City, a staggeringly high rate when compared to other major Western world capitals at the time. Jonathan Weber examines how Mexican state officials, including President Porfirio Diaz, tried to resolve the public health dilemmas facing the city.

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Published January, 2019
By Jacek L. Mostwin, Dinty W. Moore, Erin Murphy and Renee K. Nicholson
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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"Medicine still contains an oral tradition, passed down in stories: the stories patients tell us, the ones we tell them, and the ones we tell ourselves" writes contributor Madaline Harrison. Bodies of Truth continues this tradition through a variety of narrative approaches by writers representing all facets of health care.

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Published September, 2018
By Kim Adrian
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Clear-sighted, darkly comic, and tender, The Twenty-Seventh Letter of the Alphabet is about a daughter's struggle to face the Medusa of generational trauma without turning to stone. Kim Adrian tries to make peace with a troubled past by cataloguing memories, anecdotes, and bits of family lore in the form of a glossary.

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Published October, 2017
By Richard C Parks
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Published August, 2017
By Lisa Riggin
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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"Lisa Riggin tells the story of the rise and fall of 1940s San Francisco abortionist Inez Brown Burns, who made a fortune by providing her services to desperate women throughout California before the city's newly elected district attorney, Edmund G. "Pat" Brown, exposed the hidden, yet not so secret life of backroom deals, political payoffs and corrupt city cops"--

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