Imperial contagions medicine hygiene and cultures of planning in asia 2013 04 02 paperback 1750 by unknown author be the first to review this item see all 5 formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . Hong kong hong kong university press 2013 pp xi 307 25 this collection of essays edited by two history professors of the university of hong kong is an important addition to the growing literature on colonial medicine and public health in asia. Imperial contagions argues that there was no straightforward shift from older enclavist models of colonial medicine to a newer emphasis on prevention and treatment of disease among indigenous populations as well as european residents it shows that colonial medicine was not at all homogeneous on the ground but was riven with tensions and contradictions. Transcriptions saxophoneimperial contagions medicine hygiene and cultures of planning in asia 2013 04 02rising tides chesapeake bay saga 2 by nora robertsindustrial engineering by o p khannaengine manual for a 2004. Imperial contagions medicine hygiene and cultures of planning in asia co editor with david m pomfret imperial contagions takes us a step further toward more interactive and less bounded histories of colonial medicine in asia
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