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Violence

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Article Chiara Tesi; Mario Picozzi (2021)
Five autopsy reports of rib fractures in the mental hospital of Reggio Emilia (1874–5): pathogenesis proposal in defence of the ‘non-restraint’ system. History of Psychiatry (pp. 350-358). (/isis/citation/CBB627067961/) unapi

Article Michael Heath; Max Cooper (2021)
Wearing the wolf skin: psychiatry and the phenomenon of the berserker in medieval Scandinavia. History of Psychiatry (pp. 308-322). (/isis/citation/CBB816628342/) unapi

Article Elly McCausland (2021)
From the Plant of Life to the Throat of Death: Freakish Flora and Masculine Forms in Fin de Siècle Lost World Novels. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 481-509). (/isis/citation/CBB380386690/) unapi

Article Jan Verplaetse (2020)
Wild melancholy. On the historical plausibility of a black bile theory of blood madness, or hæmatomania. History of Psychiatry (pp. 131-146). (/isis/citation/CBB092538668/) unapi

Article Simón Uribe (June 2020)
The Trampoline of death: Infrastructural violence in Colombia’s Putumayo frontier. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 47-69). (/isis/citation/CBB718907690/) unapi

Article Keith Pluymers (2020)
Cow Trials, Climate Change, and the Causes of Violence. Environmental History (pp. 287-309). (/isis/citation/CBB501886046/) unapi

Thesis Alejandro Quintero Mächler (2020)
Bleeding Nations: Blood Discourses and the Interpretation of Violence in Mid-Nineteenth Century Spanish America (1838-1870). (/isis/citation/CBB675465421/) unapi

Article Jerome Greenfield (2020)
The Price of ViolenceMoney, the French State, and “Civilization” during the Conquest of Algeria, 1830s–1850s. French Historical Studies (pp. 537-569). (/isis/citation/CBB216191288/) unapi

Article Rosagemma Ciliberti; Anna Siri; Silvia Iorio; et al. (2020)
A “Pithecoid Feature” in Skulls Confirming Possible Neuro-psychiatric Disorders. The Diagnoses of an Anthropologist of the Nineteenth Century. Medicina Historica (pp. 39-44). (/isis/citation/CBB421710257/) unapi

Article Reut Harari (2020)
Between trust and violence: medical encounters under Japanese military occupation during the War in China (1937–1945). Medical History (pp. 494-515). (/isis/citation/CBB562919694/) unapi

Book Achille Mbembe (2019)
Necropolitics. (/isis/citation/CBB350963422/) unapi

Book Elizabeth Suzanne Kassab (2019)
Enlightenment on the Eve of Revolution: The Egyptian and Syrian Debates. (/isis/citation/CBB348340319/) unapi

Article Hissei Imai; Yusuke Ogawa; Kiyohito Okumiya; et al. (2019)
Amok: a mirror of time and people. A historical review of literature. History of Psychiatry (pp. 38-57). (/isis/citation/CBB352650465/) unapi

Article Yannis Gansel (2019)
Managing difficult and violent adolescents (adolescents difficiles) in France: a genealogical approach. History of Psychiatry (pp. 104-115). (/isis/citation/CBB300685754/) unapi

Article Antonio Rostagno (2019)
Salomania: "Perturbing Detour" or "New Mentality"?. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 257-298). (/isis/citation/CBB389033115/) unapi

Book Susan A. Ashley (2018)
“Misfits” in Fin-de-Siècle France and Italy: Anatomies of Difference. (/isis/citation/CBB632805594/) unapi

Article Louise Hide; Joanna Bourke (2018)
Cultures of Harm in Institutions of Care: Introduction. Social History of Medicine (pp. 679-687). (/isis/citation/CBB608760318/) unapi

Essay Review Sasha Turner (2018)
Slavery and the Production, Circulation and Practice of Medicine. Social History of Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB454547678/) unapi

Article Joanna Bourke (2018)
Police Surgeons and Victims of Rape: Cultures of Harm and Care. Social History of Medicine (pp. 711-731). (/isis/citation/CBB575076685/) unapi

Article David Brydan (2018)
Mikomeseng: Leprosy, Legitimacy and Francoist Repression in Spanish Guinea. Social History of Medicine (pp. 627-647). (/isis/citation/CBB365291662/) unapi

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