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A Historiographical Inquiry into the Theoretical and Methodological Implications of Borders in the Studies of Great Epidemics

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A Historiographical Inquiry into the Theoretical and Methodological Implications of Borders in the Studies of Great Epidemics by May-Brith Ohman Nielsen
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The present study explores the complex relations between some significant historical phenomena, the great epidemics of modern times, and the way historians and other scholars have designed and conducted their study of those phenomena. It examines the historical research on big international epidemics of infectious diseases between 1830 and 1960 utilizing public health records, anthologies and monographs in multiple languages from 255 source publications in 27 countries
The Edwin Mellen Press; January 2015
256 pages; ISBN 9780779907809
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Title: A Historiographical Inquiry into the Theoretical and Methodological Implications of Borders in the Studies of Great Epidemics
Author: May-Brith Ohman Nielsen; Anette Warring
 
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0779907809
9780779907809