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by Linda Nash


Inescapable Ecologies: . .has been added to your Cart. This book brilliantly fits human bodies into environmental history and finds a place for landscape in the history of medicine

Inescapable Ecologies: . This book brilliantly fits human bodies into environmental history and finds a place for landscape in the history of medicine. ―Warwick Anderson, author of Colonial Pathologies: American Tropical Medicine, Race, and Hygiene in the Philippines. Linda Nash is Associate Professor of History at the University of Washington.

Inescapable Ecologies is divided roughly into two parts, shifting from a wider cultural .

Inescapable Ecologies is divided roughly into two parts, shifting from a wider cultural lens on beliefs about the permeability of bodies and the impact of the germ theory, around the turn of the twentieth century, into a sharp focus on the health problems experienced by many agricultural workers and farming communities in California's Central Valley in the last decades of the twentieth. The second half of the book utilizes this background to examine in depth the way notions of bodies and environments persisted and evolved when faced with the deleterious effects of pesticides

To our knowledge, the only other description of acute neuropathic Gaucher disease in a black.

To our knowledge, the only other description of acute neuropathic Gaucher disease in a black.

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1 Body and Environment in an Era of Colonization (page 16).

1 Body and Environment in an Era of Colonization (page 16). Read. 2 Placing Health and Disease (page 49). 3 Producing a Sanitary Landscape (page 82). 4 Modern Landscapes and Ecological Bodies (page 127). 5 Contesting the Space of Disease (page 170). Conclusion (page 209).

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Inescapable Ecologies: A History of Environment, Disease, and Knowledge ebook
Author:
Linda Nash
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