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Published March, 2020
By Jeffrey Womack and Womack
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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A Cautionary Tale of Technological Medical Progress and the Consequences of Human Experimentation

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Published November, 2019
By Bernard Lightman
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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Brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars at the forefront of their fields to consider whether new approaches to the study of science and culture have cast doubt on the complexity thesis, or if it remains a serviceable historiographical model.

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Published June, 2019
By Brinda Sarathy, Vivien Hamilton, Janet Farrell Brodie and Vivian Hamilton
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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The essays in this collection ask us to confront the toxic landscapes that pervade modern life using the example of exposure of people in four countries to nuclear radiation, industrial waste, pesticides and future biological warfare.

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Published May, 2019
By Joseph M. Gabriel and Matthew James Crawford
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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Examining the Circulation, Commodification, and Organization of Healing Goods and Healing Knowledge

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Published April, 2019
By Sally Shuttleworth, Jennifer Wallis, Amelia Bonea and Melissa Dickson
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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The Pressures of Modern Life and Their Impact on Bodily and Mental Health in Nineteenth-Century Britain

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Published April, 2019
By Hannah Murphy
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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The Construction of Medical Privilege and a New Argument about Medical "Progress"

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Published May, 2018
By Sun-Young Park
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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Reveals how these anxieties about health and social order, which manifested in emerging ideals of the body, created a uniquely spatial and urban experience of modernity in postrevolutionary Paris, one profoundly impacted by hygiene, mobility, productivity, leisure, spectacle, and technology.

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Published April, 2018
By Jan Baedke
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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Jan Baedke offers the first comprehensive philosophical discussion of epigenetic concepts, explanations, and methodologies so that we can better understand this "epigenetic turn" in the life sciences from a philosophical perspective.

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Focuses on medical and philosophical debates on human intelligence and animal perception in the early modern age, providing fresh insights into the influence of medical discourse on the rise of modern philosophical anthropology.

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Published January, 2017
By Jeanne Kisacky
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
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Examines hospital design in the United States from the 1870s through the 1940s. Jeanne Kisacky reveals the changing role of the hospital within the city, the competing claims of doctors and architects for expertise in hospital design, and the influence of new medical theories and practices on established traditions.

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