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  • Table of ContentsVolume 89

articles

  • “By Expresse Experiment”: The Doubting Midwife Salome in Late Medieval England / 1
    Alaya Swann

  • John Buchanan’s Philadelphia Diploma Mill and the Rise of State Medical Boards / 25
    David Alan Johnson

  • Collaboration of Art and Science in Albert Edelfelt’s Portrait of Louis Pasteur: The Making of an Enduring Medical Icon / 59
    Richard E. Weisberg and Bert Hansen

  • The Entangled History of Sadoka (Rinderpest) and Veterinary Science in Tanzania and the Wider World, 1891–1901 / 92
    Thaddeus Sunseri

  • Introduction: Beyond Illustrations: Doing Anatomy with Images and Objects / 165
    Carin Berkowitz

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

  • The Rise of Pathological Illustrations: Baillie, Bleuland, and Their Collections / 209
    Domenico Bertoloni Meli

  • Two Australian Fetuses: Frederic Wood Jones and the Work of an Anatomical Specimen / 243
    Lisa O’Sullivan and Ross L. JonesI

  • Women Doctors and Lady Nurses: Class, Education, and the Professional Victorian Woman / 267
    Vanessa Heggie [End Page 863]

  • Debating Diseases in Nineteenth-Century Colombia: Causes, Interests, and the Pasteurian Therapeutics / 293
    Mónica García

  • Introduction: Communicating Reproduction
    Nick Hopwood, Peter Murray Jones, Lauren Kassell, and Jim Secord / 379

  • Performative Rituals for Conception and Childbirth in England, 900–1500 / 406
    Peter Murray Jones and Lea T. Olsan

  • Reading and Hearing The Womans Booke in Early Modern England / 434
    Jennifer Richards

  • “Your Whole Effort Has Been to Create Desire”: Reproducing Knowledge and Evading Censorship in the Nineteenth-Century Subscription Press / 463
    Alicia Puglionesi

  • The Making of a Best-Selling Book on Reproduction: Lennart Nilsson’s A Child Is Born / 491
    Solveig Jülich

  • Communicating a New Consciousness: Countercultural Print and the Home Birth Movement in the 1970s / 527
    Wendy Kline

  • Report of the Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Association of the History of Medicine / 557
    Jodi L. Koste

  • A Global Perspective: Reframing the History of Health, Medicine, and Disease / 639
    Mark Harrison [End Page 864]

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  • Bioscapes: Gendering the Global History of Medicine / 690
    Alison Bashford

  • Harrison, Globalization, and the History of Health, Medicine, and Disease / 696
    J. R. McNeill

  • Global Histories of Health, Disease, and Medicine from a “Zig-zag” Perspective / 700
    Kavita Sivaramakrishnan

  • In Search of an Audience: Popular Pharmacies and the Limits of Literate Medicine in Late Seventeenth- and Early Eighteenth-Century Russia / 705
    Clare Griffin

  • “Of Grand Intentions” and “Opaque Structures”: Managing the Hospício Pedro II during Brazil’s Second Empire (1852–90) / 733
    Manuella Meyer

  • Speaking Secrets: Epilepsy, Neurosurgery, and Patient Testimony in the Age of the Explorable Brain, 1934–1960 / 761
    Rachel Elder

  • editors’ note / viii (Winter)

  • instructions for authors / v (Spring)

  • news and events / 322, 592, 790

  • digital media and humanities / 324, 793

  • book reviews / 122, 372, 597, 798

  • books received / 160, 374, 636, 851

  • subject and author index – volume 89 / 854 [End Page 865]

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-3176
Print ISSN
0007-5140
Pages
pp. 863-865
Launched on MUSE
2015-12-28
Open Access
No
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