The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the publication of Pharmacy in History vol. 60, no. 4 (2018).
Table of Contents:
- (Not) A Bromide Story: Myth-Busting Bromide of Potassium to Create a Case Study of Change and Continuity in Nineteenth-Century Medicine, by Susan Lamb
- "Love Him and Let Him Go": The American Colonization Society's James Brown—Pioneering African-American Apothecary in the United States and Liberia, 1802-1853, Part II—Liberia, by Gregory Bond
- By Name Only: A Note on Substandard Drugs in Early Arabic Pharmacy, by Oliver Kahl
- A Short History of the Degree Programs at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, by Daniel J. Flanagan
- William H. Helfand (1926-2018) [Obituary], by John Parascandola
- The Andean Wonder Drug: Cinchona Bark and Imperial Science in the Spanish Atlantic, 1630-1800, by Matthew James Crawford
Review by: Robert W. Wilcox
- Shooting Up: A Short History of Drugs and War, by Lukas Kamienski
Review by: Dale C. Smith
- Marrow of Tragedy: The Health Crisis of the American Civil War, by Margaret Humphreys
Review by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein
Pharmacy in History seeks articles and research notes on all aspects of the history of pharmacy, broadly defined. Please see the submission guidelines for Pharmacy in History.
Gregory Bond, Senior/Managing Editor, Pharmacy in History