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|ISBN:||9780226169880 022616988X 9780226379401 022637940X|
|Description:||x, 382 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Sovereignty and the microscope: the containment of the Manchurian Plague, 1910-11 --
Connecting medicine with the state: from missionary medicine to public health, 1860-1928 --
Imagining the relationship between Chinese medicine and Western medicine, 1890-1928 --
The Chinese medical revolution and the national medicine movement --
Visualizing health care in 1930s Shanghai --
Science as a verb: scientizing Chinese medicine and the rise of mongrel medicine --
The germ theory and the prehistory of "pattern differentiation and treatment determination" --
Research design as political strategy: the birth of the new antimalaria drug Changshan --
State medicine for rural China, 1929-1949 --
Conclusion: thinking with modern Chinese medicine.
|Series Title:||Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University.|
|Responsibility:||Sean Hsiang-lin Lei.|
"A major work by the leading scholar in the field of modern Chinese medical history. Lei's book will be of interest not only to historians of Republican China but also to those interested in the
- Medicine -- China -- History -- 20th century.
- Medicine, Chinese.
- Medicine, Chinese Traditional -- history.
- Social Change -- history.
- History of Medicine.
- History, 19th Century.
- History, 20th Century.
- MEDICAL -- General.
- Medicine, Chinese