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Published December, 2021
By Kenneth I. Shine and Amy Shaw Thomas
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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An inspiring account of how the Dell Medical School came into being at the University of Texas at Austin more than 125 years after the campus was established.

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Published September, 2020
By Raymond S. Greenberg
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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The inspiring biography of Donald Seldin, the physician, scientist, and academic leader who transformed the ramshackle Southwestern Medical College into a powerhouse of scientific research and patient care.

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Published February, 2020
By Raymond S. Greenberg
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Examining an uplifting and unexpected outcome of a dark period in American history, this book shows how the Vietnam War made the National Institutes of Health an unparalleled training ground for trailblazing scientists.

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Published November, 2018
By Rosalynn A. Vega
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Contrasting the birthing practices of upper-class and indigenous women, this ethnography of the alternative birth movement in Mexico offers new understandings of female empowerment, citizenship, and the commodification of indigenous culture.

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Published November, 2018
By Rosalynn A. Vega
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Published January, 2018
By Isabel M. Cordova
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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This history of evolving birthing practices in Puerto Rico reveals how dramatic transformations in childbirth resulted from broader economic, political, and cultural shifts toward a model of industrial nationhood.

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Published January, 2018
By Isabel M. Cordova
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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This history of evolving birthing practices in Puerto Rico reveals how dramatic transformations in childbirth resulted from broader economic, political, and cultural shifts toward a model of industrial nationhood.

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Published December, 2016
By Sheila Cosminsky
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Covering a forty-year period, this comparative and longitudinal study traces the medicalization of birth in Guatemala and its effects on women's lives and their economic and social status.

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Published December, 2016
By Sheila Cosminsky
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Covering a forty-year period, this comparative and longitudinal study traces the medicalization of birth in Guatemala and its effects on women's lives and their economic and social status.

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Published May, 2016
By Okezi T Otovo
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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This illuminating study explores the social and cultural history of Brazilian family health and welfare policies-particularly the effect of the reform-minded maternalist movement on impoverished women and children and on the uneven integration of Afro-Bra

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