Announcing new editors and expanded book series on "Women, Gender, and Health" at Ohio State University Press. Under new co-editors Susan L. Smith (University of Alberta, Canada) and Nancy Tomes (State University of New York, Stony Brook), the series continues its longstanding focus on the history of women and health, while expanding to include two additional areas: gender, masculinity, and health, and race, ethnicity, and health. Works in the series examine the history of sickness, health, and healing in relation to health workers, activists, and patients. They also explore the ways in which issues of gender, race, ethnicity, and health have reflected and shaped beliefs, values, and power dynamics in society. Inquiries should be directed to Heather Lee Miller at The Ohio State University Press.
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