Summary: The aggregate of various economic, political, and social policies by which an imperial power maintains or extends its control over other areas or peoples. It includes the practice of or belief in acquiring and retaining colonies. The emphasis is less on its identity as an ideological political system than on its designation in a period of history. (Webster, 3d ed; from Dr. J. Cassedy, NLM History of Medicine Division)
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- Solly Zuckerman: the making of a primatological career in Britain, 1925-1945Jonathan Burt
Ferry House, Bottisham Lock, Waterbeach, Cambs CB5 9LN, UK
Stud Hist Philos Biol Biomed Sci 37:295-310. 2006..Although his work well illustrates familiar themes of patriarchy, military and colonialism in the history of primatology, it also suggests another, underexplored dimension of that science: primatology ..
- [Patrillineal descent, race, and identity: the rearing of Italo-Eritrean children in colonial Eritrea, 1885-1934]Giulia Barrera
Quad Stor 37:21-53. 2002
- "Just a snip"?: a social history of male circumcisionPeter Aggleton
Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London, London, UK
Reprod Health Matters 15:15-21. 2007
- A new colonialism?--Conducting clinical trials in IndiaSamiran Nundy
Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India
N Engl J Med 352:1633-6. 2005
- Patterns of medical culture in colonial Bengal, 1835-1880Christian Hochmuth
History Department, Technical University of Dresden, Collaborative Research Centre, Sonderforschungsbereich 537, 01062 Dresden, Germany
Bull Hist Med 80:39-72. 2006..Such an analysis offers valuable insights into the way that scientific medicine was accommodated by the local environment, and was combined with principles of indigenous medicine...
- Colonizing nature: scientific knowledge, colonial power and the incorporation of India into the modern world-systemZ Baber
Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore
Br J Sociol 52:37-58. 2001In this paper, the role of scientific knowledge, institutions and colonialism in mutually co-producing each other is analysed...
- Heroines of lonely outposts or tools of the empire? British nurses in Britain's model colony: Ceylon, 1878-1948Margaret Jones
Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, Oxford, UK
Nurs Inq 11:148-60. 2004..Nursing remained throughout the colonial period therefore, even more so than at the metropolitan centre, the 'Cinderella' of the medical professions...
- 'Life in the tropics for Europeans', an unpublished lecture by William OslerAnand Date
Sultan Qaboos University College of Medicine, PO Box 35 Al Khod, Muscat 123, Oman
J Med Biogr 15:64-70. 2007....
- Asbestos-related disease in South Africa: the social production of an invisible epidemicLundy Braun
Department of Africana Studies and Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Brown University, Providence, RI 02910, USA
Am J Public Health 96:1386-96. 2006....
- The rise and demise of the Colonial Nursing Service: British nurses in the colonies, 1896-1966Anne Marie Rafferty
King s College London, Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery
Nurs Hist Rev 15:147-54. 2007
- Ecologies of complexity: Tropical environments, African trypanosomiasis, and the science of disease control in British colonial Africa, 1900-1940Helen Tilley
History Department, 129 Dickinson Hall, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544
Osiris 19:21-38. 2004Tropical Africa was one of the last regions of the world to experience formal European colonialism, a process that coincided with the advent of a range of new scientific specialties and research methods...
- [Photographs of a colony: Luigi Naretti's Eritrea, 1885-1900]Silvana Palma
Quad Stor 37:83-147. 2002
- The Cape doctor 1807-1910: perspectivesHoward Phillips
Department of Historical Studies, UCT
Clio Med 74:281-4. 2004....
- Making a medical living: the economics of medical practice in the Cape c.1860-1910Anne Digby
Oxford Brookes University
Clio Med 74:249-79. 2004..The chapter will end with a case study of Dr William Darley-Hartley whose life exemplified some typical features of life in the Cape medical profession at this time...
- 'Regularly licensed and properly educated practitioners': professionalisation 1860-1910Elizabeth van Heyningen
Department of Historical Studies, UCT
Clio Med 74:195-222. 2004..By the time the Cape entered the Union in 1910, it possessed modern, well-organised medical structures...
- White brides: images of marriage across colonizing boundariesAnn McGrath
Frontiers (Boulder) 23:76-108. 2002
- The nurse of parasites: gender concepts in Patrick Manson's parasitological researchShang Jen Li
Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei 115 29, Taiwan
J Hist Biol 37:103-30. 2004..Manson's research demonstrates the significant exchange between medical concerns over European women's procreative role in the tropics and biological studies of parasitic reproduction...
- [French colonial military medicine. A medical adventure of three quarters of a century (1890-1968)]Louis Armand Héraut
Hist Sci Med 40:381-92. 2006..As the product of an epoch, the colonial M.D. was also, the consequence of the ambiguity of his civilian and military status...
- Colonial psychiatry, magic and religion. The case of mesmerism in British IndiaWaltraud Ernst
University of Southampton
Hist Psychiatry 15:57-71. 2004....
- Views from the periphery: discourses of race and place in French military medicineMichael A Osborne
History and Environmental Studies, University of California Santa Barbara, CA 93106 9410, USA
Hist Philos Life Sci 25:363-89. 2003..It describes the contours of a medical and anthropological pluralism in matters of race and ethnicity and argues that cultural and ethnological perspectives remained important to theorists of race through World War I...
- Australian public health: some history lessons from South AfricaGavin Mooney
Social and Public Health Economics Research Group, Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia
Aust N Z J Public Health 28:559-60. 2004..To draw historical parallels between inequalities in South Africa and Australia and their implications for public health, and especially Aboriginal health, in the latter...
- The early history of pharmacy in SingaporeY K Lee
Department of Medicine, Changi General Hospital, Singapore
Singapore Med J 47:436-43. 2006
- The crisis of the thesis of climatic pessimism: malaria and the climatic questionS Caponi
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil
Parassitologia 47:259-64. 2005....
- Implications of changing national policies on land use in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of BangladeshGopal B Thapa
School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology, P O Box 4, Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
J Environ Manage 81:441-53. 2006..These findings have important policy implications for the promotion of environmentally and economically sound land use in CHT...
- A review of perspectives on alcohol and alcoholism in the history of American health and medicineVictor B Stolberg
Essex County College Health Services, 303 University Avenue, Newark, NJ 07102, USA
J Ethn Subst Abuse 5:39-106. 2006....
- Preachers, policies and power: the reproductive health of adolescent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in AustraliaKerry Arabena
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Health Promot J Austr 17:85-90. 2006....
- Psychiatry in the East African colonies: a background to confinementS Mahone
Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Int Rev Psychiatry 18:327-32. 2006..This historical article utilises archaic terminology, such as 'lunatic' or 'lunacy', as these categories were in use at the time...
- Madmen and specialists: the clientele and the staff of the Lunatic Asylum, BangaloreS Jain
Department of Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Hosur Road, Bangalore, 560029, India
Int Rev Psychiatry 18:345-54. 2006..This article traces the history of psychiatry at one institution, which, at the micro level, is a mirror to the understanding of the historical trends of psychiatric services in India...
- A brief history of psychiatry in SingaporeB Y Ng
Department of Psychiatry, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
Int Rev Psychiatry 18:355-61. 2006..Modern psychiatry in Singapore has its roots in Singapore's colonial past and is strongly influenced by Western psychiatry. It has come a long way since its humble beginnings when the first mental hospital was established in 1841...
- The development of psychiatry in Indonesia: from colonial to modern timesH Pols
Unit for History and Philosophy of Science, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Int Rev Psychiatry 18:363-70. 2006..During the 1970s and 1980s, the number of mental hospitals in Indonesia doubled and a variety of treatment methods were introduced. Special attention was given to the care provided by dukuns, or indigenous healers...
- Science and the French EmpireMichael A Osborne
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California 93106 9410, USA
Isis 96:80-7. 2005....
- Science and the British EmpireMark Harrison
Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, 45 47 Banbury Road, Oxford
Isis 96:56-63. 2005....
- [Writings of the medical observers on the state of the health of Tunisia under the French Protectorate (1881-1956)]Benoit Gaumer
Département d administration de la santé de la Faculté de médecine, Universite de Montreal
Can Bull Med Hist 22:83-102. 2005..Prior to Tunisian independence, a third wave of studies conducted by the new university's socio-medical research group reinforced the connection between lifestyle and health...
- Psychiatry and its institutions in Australia and New Zealand: an overviewCatharine Coleborne
Department of History, The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
Int Rev Psychiatry 18:371-80. 2006
- Can lessons be learned from history? The origins of the British imperial nurse labour market: a discussion paperDiana Solano
Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King s College London, London, UK
Int J Nurs Stud 44:1055-63. 2007....
- Religion: Islamic science fading before colonialismTodd P Silverstein
Nature 448:864. 2007
- "Essentially Christian, eminently philanthropic": the Mission to Lepers in British IndiaD George Joseph
Yale University School of Medicine, Section of the History of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Hist Cienc Saude Manguinhos 10:247-75. 2003..Physical healing was intimately tied to religious salvation, spiritual healing, and the civilizing process...
- Sidelights on the supply of drugs to pre-revolutionary VirginiaClaude H Spiers
Pharm Hist (Lond) 32:18-25. 2002
- "Seeds that may have been planted may take root": international aid nurses and projects of professionalism in postindependence India, 1947-65Madelaine Healey
Politics Program, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Nurs Hist Rev 16:58-90. 2008
- [Health care in the upper Silesia in the Prussia sector up 1918]Anna Kwiecień
Arch Hist Filoz Med 65:23-6. 2002....
- Negotiating with Dharma Pinnu: towards a social history of smallpox in colonial OrissaBiswamoy Pati
Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science
Can Bull Med Hist 19:477-91. 2002..It focuses on tribal communities while taking into account their interactions with non-tribal communities and colonialism. This research grapples with the phenomenon of of the Hinduisation of tribes and the way this implies an ..
- Victorian naturalists in China: science and informal empireFa ti Fan
Department of History, State University of New York at Binghamton, NY 13902 6000, USA
Br J Hist Sci 36:1-26. 2003..The paper modified current literature on scientific imperialism, which has dealt primarily with the colonial context, by examining the role of nineteenth-century British imperial science in the context of informal empire...
- The western medical system in colonial IndiaHarkishan Singh
Pharm Hist (Lond) 33:7-15. 2003
- Orientalism in Euro-American and Indian psychology: historical representations of "natives" in Colonial and postcolonial contextsSunil Bhatia
Department of Human Development, Connecticut College, New London, CT 06320 4196, USA
Hist Psychol 5:376-98. 2002....
- Curing the colonizers: highland hydrotherapy in GuadeloupeEric T Jennings
Department of History, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Soc Hist Med 15:229-61. 2002....
- Commodity culture: tropical health and hygiene in the British EmpireRyan Johnson
Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Endeavour 32:70-4. 2008..A closer look at this marketing exercise reveals much about the way people thought about tropical people, places, health and hygiene and how scientific and commercial influences shaped this Imperial commodity culture...
- History of psychiatry in West AfricaF Oyebode
Department of Psychiatry, University of Birmingham, Queen Elizabeth Psychiatric Hospital, Birmingham, UK
Int Rev Psychiatry 18:319-25. 2006..The colonial period produced conceptualizations of the African mind and of the pattern and distribution of mental illness in Africans. These conceptualizations are critically examined...
- German science and black racism--roots of the Nazi HolocaustFrancois Haas
400 East 34th St, RR114, New York, NY 10016, USA E mail
FASEB J 22:332-7. 2008..This culminated in the extermination camps...
- Development of the New Zealand nursing workforce: historical themes and current challengesJeffrey D Gage
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, Christchurch, New Zealand
Nurs Inq 14:330-4. 2007..Three current challenges are identified for nursing in New Zealand's rapidly evolving health sector; development of a nursing-focused knowledge culture, strengthening of research capacity, and dissemination of new nursing knowledge...
- A history of Huli society and settlement in the Tari regionChris Ballard
Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia
P N G Med J 45:8-14. 2002..This paper briefly reviews evidence drawn from a range of disciplines for the history of Huli settlement in the Tari region, and the nature of changes in Huli society both before and after contact with the colonial government...
- Plants against malaria. Part 1: Cinchona or the Peruvian barkM R Lee
J R Coll Physicians Edinb 32:189-96. 2002..This short history shows how the use of Cinchona enabled the exploration of dangerous malarial areas and in this way facilitated imperial expansion by the Western powers...
- [Massive immigration in the view of Jose Ingenieros: chiaroscuros of the second colonization]Ricardo Vicente
Ciclos Hist Econom Soc 12:167-92. 2002
- [The medicalizing of mothers and children in Colonial Vietnam, 1860-1939]Laurence Monnais-Rousselot
département d histoire et Centre d Etudes de l Asie del l Est, Universite de Montreal
Can Bull Med Hist 19:47-94. 2002..The data indicates that France's moves towards offering health care to Indochinese people improved morbidity and rates and accelerated medical acculturation...
- [The sleeping disease drug Germanine as an instrument for propaganda: reception in literature and film during National Socialism]Eva Anne Jacobi
Wurzbg Medizinhist Mitt 29:43-72. 2010..Even so, the incident never disappeared from the mind of those who wished to revive German colonialism. Thus, it is no surprise, that the tale of the discovery and perceived "injustice" of a thwarted scientific ..
- Dance and sexuality: many movesJudith Lynne Hanna
Departments of Dance and Anthropology, University of Maryland, College Park, Bethesda, MD 20817, USA
J Sex Res 47:212-41. 2010..drawing upon the following concepts, which are not mutually exclusive: critical cultural theory, feminism, colonialism, Orientalism, postmodernism, poststructuralism, queer theory, and semiotics...
- Yellow fever virus exhibits slower evolutionary dynamics than dengue virusAmadou A Sall
Institut Pasteur de Dakar, 36 Avenue Pasteur, BP 220, Dakar, Senegal
J Virol 84:765-72. 2010..patterns and estimates of times to common ancestry in YFV still accord well with the dual histories of colonialism and the slave trade, with areas of sylvatic transmission (such as Kedougou, Senegal) acting as enzootic/..
- Globalisation, complex humanitarian emergencies and healthT J D O'Dempsey
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Pembroke Place, Liverpool L3 5QA, UK
Ann Trop Med Parasitol 100:501-15. 2006A new political economy of conflict has emerged in the aftermath of colonialism and the Cold War. Complex political emergencies have been simmering in the post-colonial world for more than three decades...
- Bioethics and Christian theology in BrazilMarcio Fabri Dos Anjos
I Institut Alfonsianum d ethique théologique, Sao Paulo, Bresil
J Int Bioethique 19:43-53, 194-5. 2008..A heritage of a long history of colonialism in South America comes to our times as enormous social inequalities...
- The politics of childbirth in the context of conflict: policies or de facto practices?Rita Giacaman
Institute of Community and Public Health, Birzeit University, Box 154, Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine
Health Policy 72:129-39. 2005..systems, medical dominance, professional group interests and the politics of gender, as well as the legacy of colonialism intertwined with an ongoing national conflict...
- Narratives of social support and health in Aboriginal communitiesChantelle A M Richmond
Department of Geography, McGill University, 805 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC H3A 2K6
Can J Public Health 98:347-51. 2007..This paper seeks to understand how broader societal factors (e.g., colonialism) work to influence access to social support in the everyday social environments of Aboriginal communities.
- Is global ethics moral neo-colonialism? An investigation of the issue in the context of bioethicsHeather Widdows
Centre for the Studies of Global Ethics, Dept of Philosophy, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT
Bioethics 21:305-15. 2007..but simply the imposition of one form of local ethics--Western ethics--and, as such, a form of moral neo-colonialism. The claim that any form of global ethics is moral neo-colonialism is outlined using the work of a group of '..
- Towards a feminist global bioethics: addressing women's health concerns worldwideR Tong
UNC Charlotte, NC 28223, USA
Health Care Anal 9:229-46. 2001..have led feminists astray, I ask whether it is possible to avoid the Scylla of absolutism (imperialism, colonialism, hegemony) on the one hand and the Charybdis of relativism (postmodernism, fragmentation, Balkanization) on the ..
- Isumagijaksaq: mindful of the state: social constructions of Inuit suicideFrank James Tester
School of Social Work and Family Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Soc Sci Med 58:2625-36. 2004..Low Inuit inuusittiaqarniq (self-esteem) is an important factor in Inuit suicide, but rather than a psychological problem, has its roots in a history of colonialism, paternalism and historical events.
- "We listen to our Elders. You live longer that way": examining aquatic risk communication and water safety practices in Canada's NorthAudrey R Giles
School of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Health Place 16:1-9. 2010..with northern Aboriginal populations can be improved by identifying and accounting for the consequences of colonialism in the context of aquatic risk communication and, in turn, decolonizing water safety programs north of the 60th ..
- Violence and weapon-related trauma at Puruchuco-Huaquerones, PeruMelissa S Murphy
Anthropology Department, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY 82070, USA
Am J Phys Anthropol 142:636-49. 2010..Few archaeological and bioarchaeological studies have investigated Spanish Conquest and colonialism in the Andean region [for exceptions see Klaus and Tam: Am J Phys Anthropol 138 (2009) 356-368; Wernke, in ..
- Submission, inhibition and sexuality: masochistic character and psychic change in Austen's Mansfield ParkMargaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly
Int J Psychoanal 86:483-501. 2005..Squarely taking on such issues as class, gender, sexuality, religion, education, theatricality, and colonialism, Mansfield Park now appears to occupy a more critical place in Austen's canon and in literary and cultural ..
- Aging and social change among Abaluyia in western Kenya: anthropological and historical perspectivesMaria G Cattell
The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, USA
J Cross Cult Gerontol 23:181-97. 2008..beliefs and practices, and it involves change-change imposed by the macro-events of globalizing processes, from colonialism to Structural Adjustment Programs, and change as people's adaptive responses to those processes, particularly ..
- Ethical, legal and social issues of genetic studies with African immigrants as research subjectsGordon Gong
F Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health, Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, TX, USA
J Natl Med Assoc 100:1073-7. 2008..genetic research using them as subjects as racist? Is genetic research on minorities "biopiracy" or "bio-colonialism?" In our experience, some Sudanese immigrants have challenged the legality and ethics of genetic studies with ..
- New antimalarial drugsJochen Wiesner
Biochemisches Institut der Justus Liebig Universität, Friedrichstrasse 24, 35 392 Giessen, Germany
Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 42:5274-93. 2003..The development of new antimalarial drugs has been neglected since the 1970s owing to the end colonialism, changes in the areas of military engagement, and the restricted market potential...
- Rebel girls? Unplanned pregnancy and colonialism in highlands Papua, IndonesiaLeslie Butt
Department of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Victoria, Canada
Cult Health Sex 9:585-98. 2007..In particular, this paper describes how the 'settler gaze' - omnipresent colonial norms and judgments - creates regulatory effects in the realm of reproduction...
- HIV infection and circumcision: cutting through the hyperboleRobert S Van Howe
Attorneys for the Rights of the Child, Berkeley, California, USA
J R Soc Promot Health 125:259-65. 2005..rate of the procedure, the permanent injury to the penis, human rights violations and the potential for veiled colonialism need to be taken into account...
- 'Marking' the white terrain in indigenous health research: literature reviewKristine Martin-McDonald
School of Nursing, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia
J Adv Nurs 61:126-33. 2008..This paper is a report of a literature review of the concept of whiteness in relation to research partnerships with indigenous Australian healthcare professionals, participants and community members...
- [Racism as ideology and practice of domination (1933-1945)]Wolfgang Benz
Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung der Technischen Universität Berlin, Berlin
Prax Kinderpsychol Kinderpsychiatr 58:491-503. 2009..an individual's intelligence and character, a view that simultaneously legitimized the imperialism and colonialism of a reputably superior "white" race...
- Pre-colonial culture, post-colonial economic success? The Tswana and the African economic miracleJonas Hjort
Econ Hist Rev 63:688-709. 2010..The unique culture that developed among the Tswana before and during the early days of colonialism, which shared many features with those of western nation-states, appears to have contributed significantly to ..
- Deaf studies: a critique of the predominant U.S. theoretical directionShirley Shultz Myers
Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA
J Deaf Stud Deaf Educ 15:30-49. 2010..Derrida's phonocentrism, flawed uses of Saussure's linguistic theory, and reliance on the limiting metaphor of colonialism. The purpose of the critique ultimately is to point Deaf Studies in a new direction...
- Miasma revisited - the intellectual history of tropical medicineAndrew D S Gibson
Hunter Industrial Medicine, Maitland, New South Wales
Aust Fam Physician 38:57-9. 2009..With the end of colonialism, tropical medicine underwent an evolution, with the rise of the disciplines of travel medicine, geographic ..
- UK: the veil and the politics of racismMilly Williamson
Race Cl 52:85-96. 2010..How the veil is understood in this ‘debate’ is shaped by this wider context and, above all, by a history of colonialism and imperialism...
- Health research in the PacificSunia Foliaki
Ministry of Health, Kingdom of Tonga
Pac Health Dialog 11:199-203. 2004..In particular, it is crucial that cancer research in the Pacific is not another opportunity for "research colonialism," but instead provides opportunities for Pacific-training of Pacific health researchers and the conduct of ..
- Bridging the personal and the political: practices for a liberation psychologyGeraldine Moane
Department of Psychology, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
Am J Community Psychol 31:91-101. 2003In the Irish context, legacies of colonialism, the Northern Ireland conflict situation, and the strength of community and women's liberation movements all provide rich resources for understanding the processes involved in both oppression ..
- Advancing a community psychology of menRoderick J Watts
Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA
Am J Community Psychol 45:201-11. 2010..Social forces of the past and present such as colonialism and hegemonic masculinity are noted as a continuing influence on men's social roles, as are the social-justice ..
- Aboriginal social organization, contemporary experience and American Indian adolescent alcohol usePaul Spicer
American Indian and Alaska Native Programs, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building, P O Box 6508, Mailstop F800, Aurora, Colorado 80045, USA
J Stud Alcohol 64:450-7. 2003..by aspects of the social organization of their societies prior to the disruptive influences of European colonialism. Our goal in this article was to explicitly test the importance of these factors in four contemporary American ..
- An ecological approach to health promotion in remote Australian Aboriginal communitiesElizabeth McDonald
Menzies School of Health Research, Institute of Advanced Studies, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, NT, Australia
Health Promot Int 25:42-53. 2010..a proportionally large, wealthy dominant immigrant population, problematic social policies and the legacy of colonialism. Developing effective health promotion interventions in this environment is a challenge...
- Ethno-ophthalmology in the Egyptian delta: an historical systems approach to ethnomedicine in the Middle EastM I Millar
Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley 94720
Soc Sci Med 26:651-7. 1988..both literate and nonliterate medical systems in this region, as well as the tumultuous history of conquest and colonialism in the Middle East...
- New directions in the history of modern science in China: global science and comparative historyBenjamin A Elman
East Asian Studies Department, Princeton University, 211 Jones Hall, Princeton, New Jersey 08544 1008, USA
Isis 98:517-23. 2007..of China after 1911 exhibited a complex local and international character that straddled both imperialism and colonialism. Danian Hu focuses on the fate of relativity in the physics community in China after 1917...
- Who is Asian? A category that remains contested in population and health researchPeter J Aspinall
J Public Health Med 25:91-7. 2003..Asia, there is a strong argument in studies employing ethnicity as a measure of broad historical processes of colonialism, migration, and discrimination for privileging 'South Asian' over this contested term...
- The dispossession of African wealth at the cost of Africa's healthPatrick Bond
University of KwaZulu Natal School of Development Studies, Howard College Campus, Durban, South Africa
Int J Health Serv 37:171-92. 2007..drain from Africa dates back many centuries--beginning with unfair terms of trade, amplified through slavery, colonialism, and neocolonialism--today, neoliberal (free market) policies are the most direct causes of inequality and ..
- Modifying Photovoice for community-based participatory Indigenous researchHeather Castleden
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Community, Health, and Environment Research Centre, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E3
Soc Sci Med 66:1393-405. 2008..conditions, and in Canada research involving Indigenous communities has a historical association with colonialism. Consequently, Indigenous peoples have been justifiably sceptical and reluctant to become the subjects of ..
- Perceived susceptibility to illness and perceived benefits of preventive care: an exploration of behavioral theory constructs in a transcultural contextGalen Joseph
Department of Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143, USA
Health Educ Behav 36:71S-90S. 2009..Iterative analyses identified themes of the transcultural domain: colonialism, immigration, discrimination, and therapeutic engagement...
- Translating Fanon in the Italian context: rethinking the ethics of treatment in psychiatryCristiana Giordano
Department of Anthropology, University of California, 321 Young Hall, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616, USA
Transcult Psychiatry 48:228-56. 2011..Although ethnopsychiatry is currently focused on the care of migrants, key issues related to the impact of colonialism on mental illness and the recognition of cultural difference characterized the Italian debate long before the ..
- Of Asian forests and European fields: Eastern U.S. plant invasions in a global floristic contextJason D Fridley
Department of Biology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, USA
PLoS ONE 3:e3630. 2008....
- Nurses across borders: foregrounding international migration in nursing historyCatherine Ceniza Choy
Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720 2570, USA
Nurs Hist Rev 18:12-28. 2010..nursing biography in an international framework that is attentive to issues of migration, race, gender, and colonialism. It was a Hannah keynote lecture delivered by the author on June 5, 2008, as part of the CAHN/ACHN (Canadian ..
- Suicide among indigenous peoples: introduction and call to actionAntoon A Leenaars
Arch Suicide Res 10:103-15. 2006..It is concluded that not only data, but also explanations are needed. Suicide is multi determined. Colonialism and its associated genocide are, however, cited as a common factor...
- Aboriginal child health and the social determinants: why are these children so disadvantaged?Brian D Postl
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Department of Pediatrics and Community Health Services, University of Manitoba
Healthc Q 14:42-51. 2010..provide some historical context and a few composite case studies that illustrate how the social determinants, colonialism, jurisdictional issues, geography and healthcare can interact to amplify disproportionately the disadvantage ..
- The civilizing process and its discontents: suicide and crimes against persons in France, 1825-1830Hugh P Whitt
University of Nebraska Lincoln, USA
AJS 116:130-86. 2010..southern periphery may be consistently interpreted in terms of theories of the civilizing process and internal colonialism. Alternative explanations of southern violence in 19th-century France are explored and rejected, and additional ..
- The role of the Department of Health and other key institutions in the promotion of equal opportunities, multi-cultural and anti-racist issues in nurse educationM K Foolchand
University of Wolverhampton, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Education Centre, New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, WV10 0QP, UK
Nurse Educ Today 20:443-8. 2000..This is especially so for anti-racism. It argues that the ideologies which underpin social and health policies reinforce white superiority and that these ideologies are rooted in Britain's history of colonialism.
- Inclusive deaf studies: barriers and pathwaysJane K Fernandes
University of North Carolina Asheville, NC, USA
J Deaf Stud Deaf Educ 15:17-29. 2010..A companion article (this issue), "Deaf Studies: A Critique of the Predominant U.S. Theoretical Direction," analyzes this reactive stance that is oriented by a focus on audism built on the concepts of phonocentrism and colonialism.
- Imperial landscapes of health: place, plants and people between India and Australia, 1800s-1900sJames Beattie
University of Waikato, New Zealand
Health History 14:100-20. 2012....
- [Bonaparte's expedition in Egypt]Gabriel Richet
Hist Sci Med 37:191-203. 2003..Not surprisingly the remarkable 3000 case study made by Larrey, which undoubtedly led up to the conclusion that the disease stemmed exclusively from nutritional deficiencies, had been almost neglected...
- Whenua--the key to Mâori health and well-beingCanterbury Des
Nurs N Z 14:2. 2008
- Australian medical pioneers indexStephen Due
J Med Biogr 12:121. 2004
- America's first English-speaking medical schoolsLuis H Toledo-Pereyra
Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Borgess Research Institute, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
J Invest Surg 17:3-7. 2004
- Indiana and the Legacy of State and Local Eugenics 1907-2007William Schneider; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Healthy Hearts Across GenerationsKarina Walters; Fiscal Year: 2007..Through the course of the study, we aim to develop the research infrastructure at Tulalip Indian health clinic and to build the research capacity of the tribal community. ..
- Trust and Genetics Research in Diverse US CommunitiesTim Byers; Fiscal Year: 2007..to work collaboratively with community members and organizations to identify policies and procedures that can address sources of mistrust and strengthen trust in possible future genetic research and health care. ..
- Poverty, stress, and American Indian child developmentChristina Mitchell; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- Health Survey of Two-Spirited Native AmericansKarina Walters; Fiscal Year: 2006....
- American Indian Spirituality and AlcoholPaul Spicer; Fiscal Year: 2002....