Race, Science and Medicine, 1700-1960

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Waltraud Ernst, Bernard Harris
Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - History - 320 pages
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Considering cases from Europe to India, this collection brings together current critical research into the role played by racial issues in the production of medical knowledge. Confronting such controversial themes as colonialism and medicine, the origins of racial thinking and health and migration, the distinguished contributors examine the role played by medicine in the construction of racial categories.

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Edited by Bernard Harris and Waltraud Ernst, both Lecturers at the University of Southampton

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