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Article Benoît Pouget (2020)
Quarantine, Cholera, and International Health Spaces: Reflections on 19th-Century European Sanitary Regulations in the Time of SARS-COV-2. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 302-310). (/isis/citation/CBB929519965/) unapi

Article Anne-Emanuelle Birn (2020)
Perspectivizing pandemics: (How) do epidemic histories criss-cross contexts?. Journal of Global History (pp. 336-349). (/isis/citation/CBB751896961/) unapi

Article Nükhet Varlık (2020)
Rethinking the History of Plague in the Time of Covid-19. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 285-293). (/isis/citation/CBB776966901/) unapi

Article Kyle Harper (2020)
Germs, genomes, and global history in the time of COVID-19. Journal of Global History (pp. 350-362). (/isis/citation/CBB422578756/) unapi

Article Robert Peckham (2020)
Viral surveillance and the 1968 Hong Kong flu pandemic. Journal of Global History (pp. 444-458). (/isis/citation/CBB545115550/) unapi

Article Monica H. Green (2020)
Emerging Diseases, Re-Emerging Histories. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 234-247). (/isis/citation/CBB050271628/) unapi

Article Sioban Nelson (2020)
Nursing infectious disease: a history with three lessons. Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte (pp. 305-309). (/isis/citation/CBB140801105/) unapi

Article Geoffrey W. Rice (2020)
How reminders of the 1918–19 pandemic helped Australia and New Zealand respond to COVID-19. Journal of Global History (pp. 421-433). (/isis/citation/CBB418629553/) unapi

Article Sam Robinson; Megan Baumhammer; Lea Beiermann; et al. (2020)
Innovation in a Crisis: Rethinking Conferences and Scholarship in a Pandemic and Climate Emergency. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 575-590). (/isis/citation/CBB331249049/) unapi

Article Siddharth Chandra; Julia Christensen; Shimon Likhtman (2020)
Connectivity and seasonality: The 1918 influenza and COVID-19 pandemics in global perspective. Journal of Global History (pp. 408-420). (/isis/citation/CBB309984269/) unapi

Article Mischa Meier (2020)
The ‘Justinianic Plague’: An “Inconsequential Pandemic”? A Reply. Medizinhistorisches Journal (pp. 172-199). (/isis/citation/CBB636142556/) unapi

Book Amir A. Afkhami (2019)
A Modern Contagion: Imperialism and Public Health in Iran's Age of Cholera. (/isis/citation/CBB370933514/) unapi

Thesis Laura F. Goffman (2019)
Medical Frontiers: Health, Empire, and Society in the Gulf and Arabian Peninsula, 1862-1959. (/isis/citation/CBB632148734/) unapi

Article Elizabeth Schlabach (2019)
The Influenza Epidemic and Jim Crow Public Health Policies and Practices in Chicago, 1917–1921. The Journal of African American History (pp. 31-58). (/isis/citation/CBB696683073/) unapi

Article Alexandre I. R. White (2018)
Global Risks, Divergent Pandemics: Contrasting Responses to Bubonic Plague and Smallpox in 1901 Cape Town. Social Science History (pp. 135-158). (/isis/citation/CBB075639297/) unapi

Article Rosamaria Alibrandi (2018)
When Early Modern Europe Caught the Flu. A Scientific Account of Pandemic Influenza in Sixteenth Century Sicily. Medicina Historica (pp. 19-26). (/isis/citation/CBB688058877/) unapi

Book Howard Phillips (2018)
In a Time of Plague: Memories of the 'Spanish' Flu Epidemic of 1918 in South Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB773665055/) unapi

Article Andrew Lakoff (June 2017)
A fragile assemblage: Mutant bird flu and the limits of risk assessment. Social Studies of Science (pp. 376-397). (/isis/citation/CBB656375388/) unapi

Article Sudeepa Abeysinghe (2017)
Contesting a Pandemic: The WHO and the Council of Europe. Science as Culture (pp. 161-184). (/isis/citation/CBB979681231/) unapi

Book Paul Richards (2016)
Ebola: How a People's Science Helped End an Epidemic. (/isis/citation/CBB834243910/) unapi


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