Volume 89, Number 3, Fall 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Communicating Reproduction

Guest Editors: Nick Hopwood, Peter Murray Jones, Lauren Kassell, and Jim Secord

Articles

  Introduction: Communicating Reproduction

pp. 379-404
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  Performative Rituals for Conception and Childbirth in England, 900–1500

pp. 406-433
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  Reading and Hearing The Womans Booke in Early Modern England

pp. 434-462
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“Your Whole Effort Has Been to Create Desire”: Reproducing Knowledge and Evading Censorship in the Nineteenth- Century Subscription Press

pp. 463-490
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The Making of a Best-Selling Book on Reproduction: Lennart Nilsson’s A Child Is Born

pp. 491-525
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Communicating a New Consciousness: Countercultural Print and the Home Birth Movement in the 1970s

pp. 527-556
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AAHM Report

American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting

pp. 557-591
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News and Events

Announcements

pp. 592-596
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Book Reviews

Mad Tuscans and Their Families: A History of Mental Disorder in Early Modern Italy by Elizabeth W. Mellyn (review)

pp. 597-598
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Plague Hospitals: Public Health for the City in Early Modern Venice by Jane L. Stevens Crawshaw (review)

pp. 598-600
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Healthy Living in Late Renaissance Italy by Sandra Cavallo and Tessa Storey (review)

pp. 600-602
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The Study of Anatomy in Britain, 1700–1900 by Fiona Hutton (review)

pp. 602-603
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Scottish Medicine and Literary Culture, 1726–1832 ed. by Megan J. Coyer and David E. Shuttleton (review)

pp. 603-605
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Childcare, Health and Mortality at the London Foundling Hospital, 1741–1800: “Left to the Mercy of the World.” by Alysa Levene (review)

pp. 605-606
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Bad Vibrations: The History of the Idea of Music as a Cause of Disease by James Kennaway (review)

pp. 607-608
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The Black Doctors of Colonial Lima: Science, Race, and Writing in Colonial and Early Republican Peru by José R. Jouve Martín (review)

pp. 608-609
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Doctored: The Medicine of Photography in Nineteenth-Century America by Tanya Sheehan (review)

pp. 610-611
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Institutionalizing the Insane in Nineteenth-Century England by Anna Shepherd (review)

pp. 611-613
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Contesting Colonial Authority: Medicine and Indigenous Responses in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century India ed. by Poonam Bala (review)

pp. 613-615
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Bacteria in Britain, 1880–1939 by Rosemary Wall (review)

pp. 615-616
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Pathologist of the Mind: Adolf Meyer and the Origins of American Psychiatry by S. D. Lamb (review)

pp. 617-618
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The Flu Epidemic of 1918: America’s Experience in the Global Health Crisis by Sandra Opdycke (review)

pp. 618-620
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Global Population: History, Geopolitics, and Life on Earth by Alison Bashford (review)

pp. 620-621
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Facing Eugenics: Reproduction, Sterilization, and the Politics of Choice by Erika Dyck (review)

pp. 621-623
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Polio Wars: Sister Kenny and the Golden Age of American Medicine by Naomi Rogers (review)

pp. 623-624
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Pain: A Political History by Keith Wailoo (review)

pp. 625-626
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Barefoot Doctors and Western Medicine in China by Xiaoping Fang (review)

pp. 626-627
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On Depression: Drugs, Diagnosis, and Despair in the Modern World by Nassir Ghaemi (review)

pp. 628-629
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Mosquito Trails: Ecology, Health, and the Politics of Entanglement by Alex M. Nading (review)

pp. 629-631
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Medicine, Mobility, and Power in Global Africa: Transnational Health and Healing ed. by Hansjörg Dilger, Abdoulaye Kane, and Stacey A. Langwick (review)

pp. 631-633
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Comrades in Health: U.S. Health Internationalists, Abroad and at Home ed. by Anne-Emmanuelle Birn and Theodore M. Brown (review)

pp. 633-635
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Books Received

pp. 636-638
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