History of Public Health Fall 2017.docx

Lee public health theory review and path to

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M (10/2): Lisa M. Lee, “Public Health Theory: Review and Path to Convergence” J Law Med Ethics , 40 (2012): 85-98 W (10/4): Lecture: Quarantine and Borders F (10/6): Lecture: The Ottoman State and Public Health Week 3 Colonial medicine in the 17 th and 18 th centuries M (10/9): David Jones, “Virgin Soils Revisited,” The William and Mary Quarterly 33 (2003): 703-742. W (10/11): Lecture & primary source exercise: Yellow Fever and Small Pox F (10/13): Lecture & primary source exercise: Slavery and Public Health Week 4 Rise of the modern state in the 19 th century M (10/16): Patricia Lorcin, “Imperialism, Colonial Identity and Race in Algeria, 1830-1870: the Role of the French Medical Corps,” Isis 90 (1999): 653-679. W (10/18): Lecture: War and Medicine F (10/20): Lecture & primary source exercise: Cholera Week 5 “Tropical medicine” in the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries M (10/23): Warwick Anderson, “Excremental Colonialism” in Colonial Pathologies: American Tropical Medicine, Race, and Hygiene in the Philippines (Duke University Press, 2006). W (10/25): Lecture: Germ Theory F (10/27): Lecture: Industrialization and Public Health Week 6 Progressivism, World Wars and universalism M (10/30): Angela Vergara, “The Recognition of Silicosis: Labor Unions and Physicians in the Chilean Copper Industry, 1930s-1960s,” BHM , 79 (2005): 723-748. W (11/1): Lecture: The League of Nations and The World Health Organization F (11/3): Midterm paper due! Submit electronic copy to turnitin.com
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Week 7 Decolonization and neoliberalism
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