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[英]普拉提克·查克拉巴提(Pratik Chakrabarti) 李尚仁   社会科学文献出版社  2019-08 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-5146-7
关键词: 医学史 世界 1600-1960

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本书在地理尺度上横跨美、亚、非三洲,并顾及澳大利亚、太平洋岛群;在时间刻度上,自17世纪以降,横跨350年;在资料取用上,参照最新的研究成果和第一手资料,能够回应过去研究者局限于特定区域或是特定疾病的不足。从全球史的视角,详尽分析了17世纪到20世纪中叶现代医学的诞生过程。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 简体中文版自序
  • 序言与致谢
  • 导论
    1. 欧洲帝国主义与现代医学
    2. 何谓殖民医学?
    3. 殖民医学的史学史
    4. 殖民医学中的浪漫主义、行动力与权力
  • 1 贸易时代的医学(1600~1800)
    1. 贸易与帝国
    2. 贸易时代的医学交换
    3. 欧洲外科医生变迁的世界
    4. 贸易时代的市场与医药
  • 2 植物、医学与帝国
    1. 殖民勘探与药用植物学
    2. 传教士与药用植物学
    3. 从殖民植物到现代药物
  • 3 医疗与殖民军队
    1. 殖民战争与欧洲军事危机
    2. 医学与海军在18世纪的改变
    3. 十九世纪殖民部队的“死亡率革命”
    4. 十八世纪殖民地的军事医学
  • 4 殖民主义、气候与种族
    1. 热带气候与种族差异
    2. 殖民主义与炎热气候的疾病
    3. 十九世纪的殖民主义与种族理论
  • 5 帝国主义与疾病的全球化
    1. “处女”身体中的天花:疾病与美洲印第安人人口的减少
    2. 十八世纪的殖民迁徙与死亡率
    3. “亚洲”霍乱的全球传染
    4. 黄热病:从奴隶贸易到巴拿马运河
  • 6 印度殖民时期的西方医学
    1. 殖民印度
    2. 印度的欧洲医院与殖民医学
    3. 殖民主义与印度的公共卫生
    4. 民族主义与医学
  • 7 医学与殖民非洲
    1. 进入非洲
    2. 奎宁与“帝国的工具”
    3. 非洲与医疗传教士
    4. 西方医学与非洲的“他者性质”
  • 8 帝国主义与热带医学
    1. 何谓热带医学?
    2. 热带医学的起源
    3. 热带医学的混合传统
    4. 热带医学与“新帝国主义”
    5. 热带医学与“建设性帝国主义”
    6. 热带医学与殖民的负担
    7. 结论:热带医学的热带为何?
  • 9 细菌学与“文明开化使命”
    1. 病菌与文明
    2. 帝国中的病菌
    3. 法国巴斯德研究所在殖民地的扩张
    4. 巴斯德研究所与法国的文明开化使命
  • 10 殖民主义与传统医学
    1. 发明传统
    2. 发明科学传统和医学传统
    3. 印度的传统医学史
    4. 殖民主义与非洲的传统医学
    5. “传统中医学”在现代被发明出来*
  • 结论:全球卫生的殖民遗绪
  • 译后记:改写西方医学史
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