restricted access   Volume 72, Number 3, July 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

“One Simply Doesn’t Arbitrate Authorship of Thoughts”: Socialized Medicine, Medical McCarthyism, and the Publishing of Rural Health and Medical Care (1948)

pp. 245-271

“Forgotten” Chapters in the History of Transcervical Sterilization: Carl Clauberg and Hans-Joachim Lindemann

pp. 272-301

“Enquire into All the Circumstances of the Patient Narrowly”: John Rutherford’s Clinical Lectures in Edinburgh, 1749–53

pp. 302-327

“His Native, Hot Country”1: Racial Science and Environment in Antebellum American Medical Thought

pp. 328-351

Book Reviews

Patient Expectations: How Economics, Religion, and Malpractice Shaped Therapeutics in Early America by Catherine L. Thompson (review)

pp. 352-354

Madness: American Protestant Responses to Mental Illness by Heather H. Vacek (review)

pp. 354-356

Exhaustion: A History by Anna Katharina Schaffner (review)

pp. 356-358

Racial Science and Human Diversity in Colonial Indonesia by Fenneke Sysling (review)

pp. 359-360

Health and Humanity: A History of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 1935-1985 by Karen Kruse Thomas (review)

pp. 361-362

Abortion Under Apartheid: Nationalism, Sexuality, and Women’s Reproductive Rights in South Africa by Susanne M. Klausen (review)

pp. 362-364

Blood Picture: L. W. Digg’s Sickle Cell Anemia, and the South’s First Blood Bank by Richard H. Nollan (review)

pp. 364-366

Testing Fate: Tay-Sachs Disease and the Right to Be Responsible by Shelley Z. Reuter (review)

pp. 366-368

Radium and the Secret of Life by Luis A. Campos (review)

pp. 368-370

Modern Food, Moral Food: Self Control, Science, and the Rise of Modern American Eating in the Early Twentieth Century by Helen Zoe Veit (review)

pp. 370-372

Sex Ed, Segregated: The Quest for Sexual Knowledge in Progressive-Era America by Courtney Q. Shah (review)

pp. 372-374

A History of Family Planning in Twentieth-Century Peru by Raúl Necochea López (review)

pp. 374-377

Marie Equi: Radical Politics and Outlaw Passions by Michael Helquist (review)

pp. 377-379