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Article Denyse Baillargeon (2021)
Les rapports médecins-infirmières et l'implication de la Métropolitaine dans la lutte contre la mortalité infantile, 1909–53. Canadian Historical Review (pp. 569-593). (/isis/citation/CBB138187572/) unapi

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

Article Tirthankar Roy (2021)
Water, Climate, and Economy in India from 1880 to the Present. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 565-594). (/isis/citation/CBB091354757/) 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 Ryan Kaveh Sheldon (2020)
How to Read by Numbers: Plague, Political Arithmetic, and the Production of History. Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation (pp. 391-410). (/isis/citation/CBB637769038/) unapi

Article Margaret Pelling (2020)
'Bosom Vipers': Endemic Versus Epidemic Disease. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 294-301). (/isis/citation/CBB218133605/) unapi

Article Hannaliis Jaadla; Ellen Potter; Sebastian Keibek; et al. (2020)
Infant and child mortality by socio-economic status in early nineteenth-century England. Economic History Review (pp. 991-1022). (/isis/citation/CBB328588806/) unapi

Article Kristin Heitman (2020)
Authority, Autonomy and the First London Bills of Mortality. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 275-284). (/isis/citation/CBB308070543/) unapi

Article Romola J. Davenport (2020)
Urbanization and mortality in Britain, c. 1800–50. Economic History Review (pp. 455-485). (/isis/citation/CBB843344078/) 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 Philip Slavin (2019)
Death by the Lake: Mortality Crisis in Early Fourteenth-Century Central Asia. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 59-90). (/isis/citation/CBB185158932/) unapi

Article Jonathan Chapman (2019)
The contribution of infrastructure investment to Britain's urban mortality decline, 1861–1900. Economic History Review (pp. 233-259). (/isis/citation/CBB842147754/) unapi

Book Sheila Zurbrigg (2018)
Epidemic Malaria and Hunger in Colonial Punjab: Weakened by Want. (/isis/citation/CBB453593524/) unapi

Article Noël Bonneuil; Elena Fursa (2017)
Learning Hygiene: Mortality Patterns by Religion in the Don Army Territory (Southern Russia), 1867–1916. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 287-332). (/isis/citation/CBB764053940/) unapi

Article Daniel R. Curtis (2016)
Was Plague an Exclusively Urban Phenomenon?: Plague Mortality in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 139-170). (/isis/citation/CBB915176254/) unapi

Article Neil Cummins; Morgan Kelly; Cormac Ó Gráda (2016)
Living standards and plague in London, 1560–1665. Economic History Review (pp. 3-34). (/isis/citation/CBB156415011/) unapi

Article Steve Hochstadt (2016)
Demography and Demographers in Modern Germany: Social Science and Ideology across Political Regimes. Social Science History (pp. 657-682). (/isis/citation/CBB823898083/) unapi

Book Terrall, Mary; Deutsch, Helen (2012)
Vital Matters: Eighteenth-Century Views of Conception, Life, and Death. (/isis/citation/CBB001200736/) unapi

Article Newton, Gill (2011)
Infant Mortality Variations, Feeding Practices and Social Status in London between 1550 and 1750. Social History of Medicine (p. 260). (/isis/citation/CBB001210674/) unapi

Chapter Magnello, M. Eileen (2011)
Vital Statistics: The Measurement of Public Health. In: Mathematics in Victorian Britain (p. 283). (/isis/citation/CBB001221208/) unapi


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