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Volume 64, Number 3, July 2009

Table of Contents

From: Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

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The Maudsley Hospital and the Rockefeller Foundation: The Impact of Philanthropy on Research and Training

pp. 273-299

Honor, Brotherhood, and the Corporate Ethos of London’s Barber-Surgeons’ Company, 1570–1640

pp. 300-332

Necessary Torture?: Vivisection, Suffragette Force-Feeding, and Responses to Scientific Medicine in Britain c. 1870–1920

pp. 333-372

Book Reviews

Origins of American Health Insurance: A History of Industrial Sickness Funds (review)

pp. 373-375

The Tropical World of Samuel Taylor Darling: Parasites, Pathology, and Philanthropy (review)

pp. 375-377

Heroes of Pharmacy: Professional Leadership in Times of Change (review)

pp. 377-379

The Politics of Madness: The State, Insanity and Society in England, 1845–1914 (review)

pp. 379-381

Murder after Death: Literature and Anatomy in Early Modern England (review)

pp. 381-382

Making Women’s Medicine Masculine: The Rise of Male Authority in Pre-Modern Gynaecology (review)

pp. 383-385

Renovating Russia: The Human Sciences and the Fate of Liberal Modernity, 1880–1980 (review)

pp. 385-388

Our Present Complaint: American Medicine Then and Now (review)

pp. 388-390

Is Arsenic an Aphrodisiac? The Sociochemistry of an Element (review)

pp. 390-392

The Ambulance: A History (review)

pp. 392-394

Dropsy, Dialysis, Transplant: A Short History of Failing Kidneys (review)

pp. 394-396

Mental Illness and Learning Disability since 1850: Finding a Place for Mental Disorder in the United Kingdom (review)

pp. 396-398

Letter to the Editor

Call for Papers: 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine

pp. 399-400

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