restricted access   Volume 91, Number 2, Summer 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Testing Drugs and Trying Cures

Guest Editors: Elaine Leong and Alisha Rankin

Articles

Testing Drugs and Trying Cures: Experiment and Medicine in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

pp. 157-182
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Determining a Drug's Properties: Medieval Experimental Protocols

pp. 183-209
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The Live Chicken Treatment for Buboes: Trying a Plague Cure in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

pp. 210-232
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open access   Pharmacy, Testing, and the Language of Truth in Renaissance Italy

pp. 233-273
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On Anecdote and Antidotes: Poison Trials in Sixteenth-Century Europe

pp. 274-302
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Iatrochemistry and the Evaluation of Mineral Waters in France, 1600-1750

pp. 303-330
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Experimental Clinical Medicine and Drug Action in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Leiden

pp. 331-361
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Testing Drugs and Attesting Cures: Pharmaceutical Monopolies and Military Contracts in Eighteenth-Century France

pp. 362-390
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Playing God: Testing, Modeling, and Imitating Blood Miracles in Eighteenth-Century Europe

pp. 391-419
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Therapeutic Proofs and Medical Truths: The Enduring Legacy of Early Modern Drug Trials

pp. 420-429
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News and Events

News and Events

pp. 430-431
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Digital Media And Humanities

Popular Medicine in America 1800-1900

pp. 432-434
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Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond

pp. 434-435
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The Osler Library Prints Collection

pp. 435-437
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Book Reviews

A History of Haematology: From Herodotus to HIV by Shaun R. McCann (review)

pp. 438-439
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Leprosy and Charity in Medieval Rouen by Elma Brenner (review)

pp. 439-440
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Le thermalisme: Approches historiques et archéologiques d'un phénomène culturel et médical ed. by John Scheid, Marilyn Nicoud, Didier Boisseuil, and Joel Coste (review)

pp. 440-442
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A History of Haematology: From Herodotus to HIV by John C. Burnham (review)

pp. 442-444
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The Germ of an Idea: Contagionism, Religion, and Society in Britain, 1660-1730 by Margaret DeLacy (review)

pp. 444-446
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The Secrets of Generation: Reproduction in the Long Eighteenth Century ed. by Raymond Stephanson and Darren N. Wagner (review)

pp. 446-447
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Feverish Bodies, Enlightened Minds: Science and the Yellow Fever Controversy in the Early American Republic by Thomas A. Apel (review)

pp. 447-449
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Essays on Some Maladies of Angola by José Pinto de Azeredo (review)

pp. 449-450
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The Emergence of Tropical Medicine in France by Michael A. Osborne (review)

pp. 450-452
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Driven by Fear: Epidemics and Isolation in San Francisco's House of Pestilence by Guenter B. Risse (review)

pp. 452-454
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Weill Cornell Medicine: A History of Cornell's Medical School by Antonio M. Gotto, Jr., and Jennifer Moon (review)

pp. 454-455
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Italian Psychology and Jewish Emigration Under Fascism: From Florence to Jerusalem and New York by Patrizia Guarnieri (review)

pp. 456-457
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Medical Monopoly: Intellectual Property Rights and the Origins of the Modern Pharmaceutical Industry by Joseph M. Gabriel (review)

pp. 457-459
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Disease and Discovery: A History of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1916-1939 by Elizabeth Fee, and: Health and Humanity: A History of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg SchoolofPublicHealth, 1935-1985 by Karen Kruse Thomas (review)

pp. 459-462
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Biomedicine in an Unstable Place: Infrastructure and Personhood in a Papua New Guinean Hospital by Alice Street (review)

pp. 462-463
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Infectious Change: Reinventing Chinese Public Health After an Epidemic by Katherine A. Mason (review)

pp. 464-465
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Bioethics in Historical Perspective by Sarah Ferber (review)

pp. 465-467
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Book Notes

p. 468
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Books Received

pp. 469-472
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