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31 Jan 2022 and 07 Feb 2022.

Reviewed for H-Environment by Kathleen Kole de Peralta

More books from the pandemic years - Update

Prompted by Gleb Kazakov’s helpful supplement to my book notices, I found two of the books he listed among those on my shelf, and an additional volume which I had not included in my own posting. Since he did not have time to do more than list books, as a retiree with nothing else to do (sic!) and not having to worry about promotion or tenure, I can produce some notes.

Special Issue: Pandemic, Plague, Pestilence and the Tropics

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Special Issue: PANDEMIC, PLAGUE, PESTILENCE and the TROPICS edited by Anita Lundberg, Kalala Ngalamulume, Jean Segata, Arbaayah Ali Termizi & Chrystopher J. Spicer. 

Published in eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the Tropics (free, open access, Scopus Q2)

CFP: Pandemics, Public Health, and Statecraft in Twentieth-Century U.S. History

The literature on modern American pandemics is vast and continues to unfold in new directions, as scholars of medicine pay closer attention to the cultural politics of public health and the complex links between capitalism, racism, and infectious diseases. Yet, coverage of epidemics among historians of U.S. statecraft remains far from even.

CFP: Pandemics, Public Health, and Statecraft in Twentieth-Century U.S. History

The literature on modern American pandemics is vast and continues to unfold in new directions, as scholars of medicine pay closer attention to the cultural politics of public health and the complex links between capitalism, racism, and infectious diseases. Yet, coverage of epidemics among historians of U.S. statecraft remains far from even.

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