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Epidemiology

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Article Anita Guerrini (2021)
Animals, vaccines, and COVID-19. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100779). (/isis/citation/CBB620462831/) unapi

Book Mika, Marissa Anne; Adjaye-Gbewonyo, Kafui; Vaughan, Megan (2021)
Epidemiological Change and Chronic Disease in Sub-Saharan Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB508863148/) unapi

Article Jennifer Fraser (2021)
Seeing Infrared: Breast Cancer, Inuit, and the Extractive Colonality of Disease Distributions and Diagnostic Imaging Technologies. Technology and Culture (pp. 709-740). (/isis/citation/CBB876617839/) unapi

Chapter Shane Doyle (2021)
Maternal Health, Epidemiology and Transition Theory in Africa. (pp. 106-132). (/isis/citation/CBB681782304/) unapi

Chapter David Reubi (2021)
Pathologies of Modernisation: Epidemiological Imaginaries and the Smoking Epidemic in Postcolonial Africa. (pp. 133-161). (/isis/citation/CBB905636585/) unapi

Chapter Michelle Pentecost (2021)
Transitioning Societies: Non-Communicable Disease and ‘the First 1000 Days’ in South Africa. (pp. 252-275). (/isis/citation/CBB622609048/) unapi

Article Susanne Bauer (2021)
Pandemic infrastructure: epidemiology as compartmentalization. Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia (pp. 79-104). (/isis/citation/CBB933898213/) unapi

Article Manikarnika Dutta (2021)
Cholera, British seamen and maritime anxieties in Calcutta, c.1830s–1890s ‘The William Bynum Prize Essay’. Medical History (pp. 313-329). (/isis/citation/CBB631964896/) unapi

Article M. Cristina Amoretti; Elisabetta Lalumera (2021)
Non-epistemic factors in epidemiological models. The case of mortality data. Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia (pp. 65-77). (/isis/citation/CBB546389082/) unapi

Article Claas Kirchhelle (2020)
The Forgotten Typers: The Rise and Fall of Weimar Bacteriophage-Typing (1921–1935). Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 539-565). (/isis/citation/CBB187011632/) unapi

Book Jacob Steere-Williams (2020)
The Filth Disease: Typhoid Fever and the Practices of Epidemiology in Victorian England. (/isis/citation/CBB965282260/) unapi

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‘Death Germs Through the Post’: Postal Pathology and Workplace Experiences of Disease in Britain, c.1895–1935. Social History of Medicine (pp. 1211-1232). (/isis/citation/CBB235823775/) unapi

Article Stefano Canali (2020)
Making evidential claims in epidemiology: Three strategies for the study of the exposome. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 101248). (/isis/citation/CBB477913919/) unapi

Article Lukas Engelmann (2020)
A Plague of Kinyounism: The Caricatures of Bacteriology in 1900 San Francisco. Social History of Medicine (pp. 489-514). (/isis/citation/CBB109937480/) unapi

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Disease Dispersion and Impact in the Indian Ocean World. (/isis/citation/CBB762784175/) unapi

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The Origins and Prevalence of and Campaigns to Eradicate Venereal Diseases in British Colonial Cyprus, 1916–1939. Social History of Medicine (pp. 173-200). (/isis/citation/CBB474656315/) unapi

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The Evolution and Spread of Major Human Diseases in the Indian Ocean World. (pp. 25-57). (/isis/citation/CBB545775408/) unapi

Article Julia Cummiskey (2020)
Early AIDS Research in Rakai: Ugandan Experiences and Expertise in the Creation of the African AIDS Paradigm. International Journal of African Historical Studies (pp. 1-26). (/isis/citation/CBB786980483/) unapi

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Epidemic Time: Thinking from the Sickbed. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 727-743). (/isis/citation/CBB624598076/) unapi

Article Mathias Schütz (2020)
Hygiene und Historiographie: Karl Kisskalts epidemiologischer Revisionismus und das Erbe Max von Pettenkofers (Hygiene and historiography: Karl Kisskalt's epidemiological revisionism and the legacy of Max von Pettenkofer). Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 2-31). (/isis/citation/CBB408049525/) unapi

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