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Article Svit Komel (2024)
Petty's instruments: the Down Survey, territorial natural history and the birth of statistics. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 43-64). (/isis/citation/CBB695964863/) unapi

Article Björn Quanjer (2024)
Height and the disease environment of children: The association between mortality and height in the Netherlands 1850–1940. Economic History Review (pp. 391-415). (/isis/citation/CBB828702692/) unapi

Article Margaret White (2023)
Mortality among those certified under lunacy legislation in Scotland during World War I. History of Psychiatry (pp. 162-179). (/isis/citation/CBB224812577/) unapi

Article Lukas Engelmann (2023)
Coinfection, Comorbidity, and Syndemics: On the Edges of Epidemic Historiography. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 71-84). (/isis/citation/CBB555120181/) unapi

Article Michel Oris; Stanislao Mazzoni; Diego Ramiro-Fariñas (2023)
Immigration, Poverty, and Infant and Child Mortality in the City of Madrid, 1916–1926. Social Science History (pp. 453-489). (/isis/citation/CBB162483675/) unapi

Article Charles Udale (2023)
Evaluating early modern lockdowns: Household quarantine in Bristol, 1565–1604. Economic History Review (pp. 118-144). (/isis/citation/CBB225947526/) unapi

Article Michail Raftakis (2023)
Urban mortality in Greece: Hermoupolis (1859–1940). Economic History Review (pp. 728-758). (/isis/citation/CBB638054598/) unapi

Article Toke S. Aidt; Romola J. Davenport; Felix Gray (2023)
New perspectives on the contribution of sanitary investments to mortality decline in English cities, 1845–1909. Economic History Review (pp. 624-660). (/isis/citation/CBB011961105/) unapi

Article Tom Nicholas (2023)
Status and mortality: Is there a Whitehall effect in the United States?. Economic History Review (pp. 1191-1230). (/isis/citation/CBB060140409/) unapi

Article Frans van Poppel; Peter Ekamper (2023)
Infant and childhood death in the medical profession. Evidence from nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Netherlands. Social Science History (pp. 505-536). (/isis/citation/CBB031319299/) unapi

Article Erik Aarden (2022)
Ignorance and the paradoxes of evidence-based global health: the case of mortality statistics in India’s million death study. Science as Culture (pp. 433-454). (/isis/citation/CBB929784543/) unapi

Article Andrej Tóth; Inka Kratochvílová; Jakub Drábek; et al. (2022)
On the Issue of the Spanish Flu in the First Czechoslovak Republic. Canadian Journal of Health History/Revue canadienne d’histoire de la santé (pp. 397-418). (/isis/citation/CBB540149674/) unapi

Book Claire L. Wendland (2022)
Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles. (/isis/citation/CBB810298928/) unapi

Article Richard Franke (2022)
Poverty, pollution, and mortality: The 1918 influenza pandemic in a developing German economy. Economic History Review (pp. 1026-1053). (/isis/citation/CBB759395961/) 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 Helene Castenbrandt; Barbara Ana Revuelta-Eugercios; Kjell Torén (2020)
Differences in Health: The Influence of Gender and Institutional Settings on Sickness Claims in Gothenburg, Sweden (1898–1950). Social History of Medicine (pp. 1259-1281). (/isis/citation/CBB911224815/) unapi

Article Matteo Manfredini; Marco Breschi; Alessio Fornasin; et al. (2020)
Maternal Mortality in 19th- and Early 20th-century Italy. Social History of Medicine (pp. 860-880). (/isis/citation/CBB205638611/) unapi

Article Cara Kiernan Fallon (2019)
Husbands' Hearts and Women's Health: Gender, Age, and Heart Disease in Twentieth-Century America. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 577-609). (/isis/citation/CBB952802278/) unapi

Article Vanessa Harding (2019)
Reading Plague in Seventeenth-century London. Social History of Medicine (pp. 267-286). (/isis/citation/CBB583851162/) unapi

Article Daniel C.S. Wilson (2018)
Babbage Among the Insurers: Big 19th-Century Data and the Public Interest. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 129-153). (/isis/citation/CBB082253889/) unapi


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