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  • Subject and Author IndexVolume 89

Pagination according to issues:
No. 1 (Spring): 1–164
No. 2 (Summer): 165–377
No. 3 (Fall): 379–638
No. 4 (Winter): 639–865

  • Amulets: performative rituals (Jones and Olsan): 406–33

  • Anatomy: illustrious anatomist (Berkowitz): 171–208; and two Australian fetuses (O’Sullivan and Jones): 243–66

  • Armus, Diego, review by: 828–29

  • Atlases: illustrious anatomist (Berkowitz): 171–208

  • Authority and expertise: communicating reproduction introduction (Hopwood, Jones, Kassell, and Secord): 379–405

  • Authorship: illustrious anatomist (Berkowitz): 171–208

  • Autobiography: women doctors and lady nurses (Heggie): 267–92

  • Bacteriology: debating diseases in Colombia (García): 293–321

  • Bala, Poonam, ed., Contesting Colonial Authority: Medicine and Indigenous Responses in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century India: 613–15

  • Ballenger, Jesse F., review by: 333–34

  • Barbour, Reid, Sir Thomas Browne: A Life: 341–42

  • Barnes, Nicole Elizabeth, review by: 835–36

  • Bashford, Alison, Global Population: History, Geopolitics, and Life on Earth: 620–21

  • Bashford, Alison, “Bioscapes: Gendering the Global History of Medicine”: 690–95

  • Belkin, Gary S., Death Before Dying: History, Medicine, and Brain Death: 838–40

  • Bell: illustrious anatomist (Berkowitz): 171–208

  • Berkowitz, Carin, “Introduction: Beyond Illustrations: Doing Anatomy with Images and Objects”: 165–70

  • Berkowitz, Carin, “The Illustrious Anatomist: Authorship, Patronage, and Illustrative Style in Anatomy Folios, 1700–1840”: 171–208

  • Bertucci, Liane Maria, review by: 360–61

  • Biehl, João, and Adriana Petryna, eds., When People Come First: Critical Studies in Global Health: 848–50

  • Biggs, Adam, review by: 352–53

  • Birn, Anne-Emmanuelle, and Theodore M. Brown, eds., Comrades in Health: U.S. Health Internationalists, Abroad and at Home: 633–35

  • Brazil: managing the Hospicio Pedro II (Meyer): 733–60

  • Bresadola, Marco, review by: 342–43

  • Bresalier, Michael, review by: 615–16

  • Brockliss, Laurence, review by: 807–09

  • Brown, Julie K., review by: 610–11

  • Buchanan, John: Philadelphia diploma mill (Johnson): 25–58

  • Buklijas, Tatjana, review by: 602–03

  • Byerly, Carol R., “Good Tuberculosis Men”: The Army Medical Department’s Struggle with Tuberculosis: 827–28

  • Byerly, Carol R., review by: 618–20

  • Campos, Luis, review by: 154–55

  • Cantor, David, review by: 836–38

  • Carden-Coyne, Ana, review by: 809–10

  • Carmody, Todd, review by: 131–33

  • Cavallo, Sandra and Tessa Storey, Healthy Living in Late Renaissance Italy: 600–02

  • Censorship: and reproducing knowledge (Puglionesi): 463–90

  • Chakrabarti, Pratik, review by: 613–15

  • Charms: performative rituals (Jones and Olsan): 406–33

  • Charters, Erica, Disease, War, and the Imperial State: The Welfare of the British Armed Forces During the Seven Years’ War: 806–07

  • Childbirth: performative rituals (Jones and Olsan): 406–33

  • Clark, Jessica P., review by: 830–31

  • Collecting: two Australian fetuses (O’Sullivan and Jones): 243–66

  • Collections: pathological illustrations (Meli): 209–42

  • Colombia: debating diseases (García): 293–321 [End Page 854]

  • Communication: communicating reproduction introduction (Hopwood, Jones, Kassell, and Secord): 379–405

  • Comstock Laws: reproducing knowledge and censorship (Puglionesi): 463–90

  • Conception: performative rituals (Jones and Olsan): 406–33

  • Cooper, Melinda, and Catherine Waldby, Clinical Labor: Tissue Donors and Research Subjects in the Global Bioeconomy: 370–71

  • Counterculture: communicating a new consciousness (Kline): 527–56

  • Coyer, Megan J. and David E. Shuttleton, eds., Scottish Medicine and Literary Culture, 1726-1832: 603–05

  • Craig, Stephen C., review by: 827–28

  • Crane, Johanna Tayloe, Scrambling for Africa: AIDS, Expertise, and the Rise of American Global Health Science: 366–67

  • Crawshaw, Jane L. Stevens, Plague Hospitals: Public Health for the City in Early Modern Venice: 598–600

  • Cressy, David, review by: 125–26

  • Davis, Ryan A., The Spanish Flu: Narrative and Cultural Identity in Spain: 360–61

  • Demaitre, Luke, review by: 339–40

  • Dilger, Hansjörg, Abdoulaye Kane, and Stacey A. Langwick, eds., Medicine, Mobility, and Power in Global Africa: Transnational Health and Healing: 631–33

  • DiMeo, Michelle, “Website Review: Early Modern Medicine”: 329–30

  • Diploma mill: John Buchanan’s in Philadelphia (Johnson): 25–58

  • Dorr, Gregory Michael, review by: 833–34

  • Doyle, Barry M., The Politics of Hospital Provision in Early Twentieth-Century Britain: 831–33

  • Doyle, Dennis...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-3176
Print ISSN
0007-5140
Pages
pp. 854-860
Launched on MUSE
2015-12-28
Open Access
No
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