Cultures of Health: A Historical Anthology is a website featuring archival material, research notes, interviews, bibliographic summaries, and practical, intriguing links in an accessible and usable format. Cultures of Health seeks to cross boundaries of method and presentation in the field, and is expanding to present multi-media explorations including audio and video.
Published by scholars with experience in the history of medicine and related fields, Cultures of Health approaches medicine and health from a social, cultural and political perspective using a wide lens and broad brush. The editors welcome submissions of short pieces or annotated sources by interested scholars, and offer streamlined, rapid publication. Copyright is retained by the contributor.
Supported by: Steven Palmer, Canada Research Chair in History of International Health; and by: Canada Foundation for Innovation, Ontario Research Fund.
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