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Volume 68, Number 3, July 2013

Table of Contents

“They Increase in Beauty and Elegance”: Transforming Cadavers and the Epistemology of Dissection in Early Nineteenth-Century American Medical Education

pp. 331-376

“No Struggle, No Fight, No Court Battle”: The 1948 Desegregation of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine

pp. 377-415

“Spitting Is Dangerous, Indecent, and against the Law!”: Legislating Health Behavior during the American Tuberculosis Crusade

pp. 416-450

Global Health and Development: Conceptualizing Health between Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability

pp. 451-485

Book Reviews

Living with the Black Death ed. by Lars Bisgaard and Leif Søndergaard (review)

pp. 486-488

Brown-Séquard: An Improbable Genius Who Transformed Medicine by Michael J. Aminoff (review)

pp. 488-490

The Great Manchurian Plague of 1910–1911: The Geopolitics of an Epidemic Disease by William C. Summers (review)

pp. 490-492

One for the Road: Drunk Driving since 1900 by Barron H. Lerner (review)

pp. 492-494

Active Bodies: A History of Women’s Physical Education in Twentieth-Century America by Martha Verbrugge (review)

pp. 495-497

Ourselves Unborn: A History of the Fetus in Modern America by Sara Dubow (review)

pp. 497-499

Towards a Critical Medical Practice: Reflections on the Dilemmas of Medical Culture Today ed. by Anand Zachariah, R. Srivatsan and Susie Tharu (review)

pp. 500-502


p. 503

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