Social History of Medicine

(The TQCC of Social History of Medicine is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Scientific Triumphalism and Learning from Facts: Bacteriology and the 'Spanish Flu' Challenge of 191840
Orphans in the Market: The History of Orphan Drug Policy25
Beyond East and West. From the History of Colonial Medicine to a Social History of Medicine(s) in South Asia25
Practice versus Theory: Tenth-century Case Histories from the Islamic Middle East21
Imperial Networks, Colonial Bioprospecting and Burroughs Wellcome & Co.: The Case ofStrophanthus Kombefrom Malawi (1859–1915)18
The Politics of School Sex Education Policy in England and Wales from the 1940s to the 1960s18
Self-Medication and the Trade in Medicine within a Multi-Ethnic Context: A Case Study of South Africa from the Mid-Nineteenth to Mid-Twentieth Centuries14
Industrial Fatigue and the Productive Body: the Science of Work in Britain, c. 1900–191813
No Man’s Land? Gendering Contraception in Family Planning Advice Literature in State-Socialist Poland (1950s–1980s)12
Musical Hypnosis: Sound and Selfhood from Mesmerism to Brainwashing12
The Medicines Trade in the Portuguese Atlantic World: Acquisition and Dissemination of Healing Knowledge from Brazil (c. 1580-1800)12
Mortality Gradients and Disease Exchanges: Comparisons from Old England and Colonial America12
The Blessings of Medicine? Patient Characteristics and Health Outcomes in a Ugandan Mission Hospital, 1908–1970110
Health Passes, Print and Public Health in Early Modern Europe9
Learning from the Common Folks. Academic Physicians and Medical Lay Culture in the Sixteenth Century9
AIDS, Antiretrovirals, Brazil and the International Politics of Global Health, 1996–20087
From Poison Peddlers to Civic Worthies: The Reputation of the Apothecaries in Georgian England7
Speed in the Third Reich: Metamphetamine (Pervitin) Use and a Drug History From Below7
From Immorality to Public Health: Thalidomide and the Debate for Legal Abortion in Australia7
“No one may starve in the British Empire”: Kwashiorkor, Protein and the Politics of Nutrition Between Britain and Africa7
What Do Babies Need to Thrive? Changing Interpretations of ‘Hospitalism’ in an International Context, 1900–19457
Managing Uncertainty and Privatising Apprenticeship: Status and Relationships in English Medicine, 1500–19007
‘Problems of Today and Tomorrow’: Prevention and the National Health Service in the 1970s6
Explaining the Modern Mortality Decline: What can we Learn from Sea Voyages?6
Maternal Mortality in 19th- and Early 20th-century Italy6
Writers to the Signet: Estimates of Adult Mortality in Scotland from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century6
Literacy, Advocacy and Agency: The Campaign for Political Recognition of Dyslexia in Britain (1962–1997)6
Between Shell Shock and PTSD? ‘Accident Neurosis’ and Its Sequelae in Post-War Britain6
Gendered Dis/ability: Perspectives from the Treatment of Psychiatric Casualties in Russia's Early Twentieth-Century Wars6
‘Nature Concocts & Expels’: The Agents and Processes of Recovery from Disease in Early Modern England5
‘The Grand Organ of Sympathy’: ‘Fashionable’ Stomach Complaints and the Mind in Britain, 1700–18505
The ‘Dog Doctors’ of Edwardian London: Elite Canine Veterinary Care in the Early Twentieth Century5
Smallpox, subfecundity, and sterility: a case study from a nineteenth-century Dutch municipality5
‘The Annexed Photos were Taken Today’:1 Photographing Patients in the Late-Nineteenth-century Asylum4
Disease and Death in the South African War: Changing Disease Patterns from Soldiers to Refugees4
Curare: The Poisoned Arrow that Entered the Laboratory and Sparked a Moral Debate4
Combating Canine ‘Visiting Cards’: Public Hygiene and the Management of Dog Mess in Paris since the 1920s4
Cat and Mouse: Animal Technologies, Trans-imperial Networks and Public Health from Below, British India, c. 1907–19184
Reading Plague in Seventeenth-century London4
Roy Porter Student Prize Essay Figuring Pictures and Picturing Figures: Images of the Pregnant Body and the Unborn Child in England, 1540–c.16804
'It was a bridge from life to death': Hospitals during the Food Crisis, Greece 1941-19444
‘Pottes of Tryacle’ and ‘Bokes of Phisyke’: The Fifteenth-century Disease Management Practices of Three Gentry Families4
‘Treatment Not Trident’: Medical Activism, Health Inequality and Anti-Militarism in 1980s Britain3
The Pathologisation of Women Who Kill: Three Cases from Ireland3
The Politics of Narcotic Medicines in Early Twentieth-Century South Africa3
‘Nonnatus dictus quod caeso defunctae matris utero prodiit’. Postmortem Caesarean Section in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period3
H1N1 in the ‘A1 Empire’: Pandemic Influenza, Military Medicine, and the British Transition from War to Peace, 1918–19203
Transience, Class and Gender in Interwar Sexual Health Policy: The Case of the Liverpool VD Scheme3
Reinvented Places: ‘Tradition’, ‘Family Care’ and Psychiatric Institutions in Japan3
'The Excellent Example of the Working Class': Medical Welfare, Contributory Funding and the North Staffordshire Infirmary from 18153
From Women's Expectations to Scientific Specimens: The Fate of Miscarriage Materials in Nineteenth-Century America3
The Medical Debate about Prostitution and Venereal Diseases in Yugoslavia (1918–1941)3
Picturing the Unusual: Uncertainty in the Historiography of Medical Photography2
Robert Tattersall, The Pissing Evil: A Comprehensive History of Diabetes Mellitus2
Virtuous and Wise: Apprehending Female Medical Practice from Hebrew Texts on Women’s Healthcare2
Local Actions, National Policies and International Knowledge: Family Planning and Statistical Practices in Taiwan (1949–1980s)2
Between Foreign Politics and Humanitarian Neutrality: Medical Emergency Aid by the Two German States before 19702
Shaping the child's Personality: Medical Advice on Child-Rearing from the Late Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century in Germany2
The Experimental Conception Hospital: Dating Pregnancy and the Gothic Imagination2
‘Death Germs Through the Post’: Postal Pathology and Workplace Experiences of Disease in Britain, c.1895–19352
From ‘Vilest Beverage’ to ‘Universal Medicine’: Drinking Water in Printed Regimens and Health Guides, 1450–17502
Medicine from the Margins? Naturheilkunde from Medical Heterodoxy to the University of Berlin, 1889-19202
Tensions between the Físico-Mor and the University of Coimbra: The Accreditation of Medical Practitioners in Ancien-Regime Portugal2
Leprosy and the Colonial Gaze: Comparing the Dutch West and East Indies, 1750–19502
The Search for International Food Safety Regulation. From the Commission Internationale pour la repression des falsifications to the Societe universelle de la Croix Blanche (1879-1909)2
At the Margins of the Medical? Educational Psychology, Child Guidance and Therapy in Provincial England, c.1945–742
‘Not for us the Weekly dose of Sulphur and Brimstone!’ Women, Family and Homoeopathic Medicine in Early Twentieth-century Britain2
Cosmetic Surgery on Trial: How the Dujarier Case Impacted its Practice and Structure in France during the Interwar Period2
Why Do We Do What We Do? The Values of the Social History of Medicine2
A Sixteenth-century Physician and His Patients: The Practice Journal of Hiob Finzel, 1565–15892
Isabel Blázquez Ornat, El Practicante: El Nacimiento de una Nueva Profesión Sanitaria en España2
Clinical practices: Epilepsy at the National Hospital for the Paralysed and Epileptic, London, from 1860 to 18702
Vagabond Microbes, Leaky Laboratories and Epidemic Mapping: Alexandre Yersin and the 1898 Plague Epidemic in Nha Trang2
‘The Natural Foundation of Perfect Efficiency’1: Medical Services and the Victorian Post Office2
‘A Tortured Nation Gave Birth to a Lunatic’: The Construction of Insanity in the 1912 Terrorist Attack in Croatia2
‘These Curly-Bearded, Olive-Skinned Warriors’: Medicine, Prosthetics, Rehabilitation and the Disabled Sepoy in the First World War, 1914–19202
Medical Surveillance and Medical Confidentiality in an Age of Transition: The Debate over Cancer Registration in West Germany2
Confronting an Emergency: The Vaccination Campaign Against Meningitis in Brazil (1974–1975)2
Sun-Young Park, Ideals of the Body: Architecture, Urbanism and Hygiene in Postrevolutionary Paris1
María Isabel Porras Gallo, María José Báguena Cervellera, Mariano Ayarzagüena Sanz, and Noelia Maria Martín Espinosa (eds), La erradicación y el control de las enfermedades infecciosas1
Who Cared? Locating Caregivers in Chronicles of the Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Crusades11
Ofer Hadass, Medicine, Religion and Magic in Early Stuart England: Richard Napier’s Medical Practice1
Blood Work: Menstrual Cycle Scholarship Comes of Age1
Helping Troubled Children and Cultivating the Race: The Mental Hygienic Guidance Centres of the Public Health Association of Swedish Finland, 1930s–1950s1
The Bioarchaeology of Children: Perspectives from Biological and Forensic Anthropology1
Michelle L. McClellan, Lady Lushes: Gender, Alcoholism, and Medicine in Modern America1
Tania Woloshyn, Soaking up the Rays1
Sandra Cavallo and Tessa Storey (eds), Conserving Health in Early Modern Culture: Bodies and environments in Italy and England1
Constantin Barbulescu, Physicians, Peasants, and Modern Medicine. Imagining Rurality in Romania, 1860–19101
Peter Cryle and Elizabeth Stephens, Normality: A Critical Genealogy1
Saint and Doctors: Gender, Social Class and Spiritual Health in the Egyptian Delta from the 1890s to 1910s1
Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present1
Managing Colonial Diets: Wartime Nutritional Science on the Korean Population, 1937–19451
Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider (eds), Demons and Illness from Antiquity to the Early-Modern Period1
Alison Klairmont Lingo (ed), Stephanie O’Hara (trans), Louise Bourgeois: Midwife to the Queen of France: Diverse Observations1
Sally Frampton, Belly-Rippers, Surgical Innovation and the Ovariotomy Controversy1
Ellen Welch, The NHS at 70: A Living History1
‘To Be Shut Up’: New Evidence for the Development of Quarantine Regulations in Early-Tudor England1
Truby King’s Women: Four Australian Case Studies1
‘No Man’s Land’: Disability, Rehabilitation, Welfare Policy and the British Ex-Service Migrant in Australia, 1918–391
Allan V. Horwitz, PTSD, A Short History1
Jennifer Evans and Ciara Meehan (eds), Perceptions of Pregnancy from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century1
David Alan Johnson, Diploma Mill: The Rise and Fall of Dr. John Buchanan and the Eclectic Medical College of Pennsylvania1
Carolin Schmitz, Los enfermos en la España barroca y el pluralismo médico. Espacios, estrategias y actitudes1
Cyd Cipolla, Kristina Gupta, David A. Rubin and Angela Willey (eds), Queer Feminist Science Studies: A Reader1
Samuel K. Cohn Jr., Epidemics: Hate and Compassion from the Plague of Athens to AIDS1
Jennifer Tappan, The Riddle of Malnutrition. The Long Arc of Biomedical and Public Health Interventions in Uganda1
Treating Hernias in Ottoman Crete (c. 1670–1760): The Legal Imprint of a Medical Procedure1
Nikolai Krementsov, With and Without Galton. Vasilii Florinskii and the Fate of Eugenics in Russia1
The Colic of Madrid (1788–1814): Experts, Poisons, Politics, and War at the End of the Ancien Régime in Spain1
‘General Practice’ in Seventeenth-Century Edinburgh: Evidence from the Burgh Court1
Patrick Manning and Mat Savelli (eds), Global Transformations in the Life Sciences, 1945–19801
Caring for Cows in a Time of Rinderpest: Non-academic Veterinary Practitioners in the County of Flanders, 1769–17851
Richard A. McKay, Patient Zero and the Making of the AIDS Epidemic1
Ida Milne, Stacking the Coffins: Influenza, War and Revolution in Ireland, 1918-191
Julian Gill-Peterson, Histories of the Transgender Child1
The Curious Case of Chastine Cox: Murder, Race, Medicine and the Media in the Gilded Age1
Alannah Tomkins, Medical Misadventure in an Age of Professionalisation, 1780–18901
Liping Bu, Public Health and the Modernization of China, 1865–20151
Jewish Physicians in Late Medieval Ashkenaz1
Janet E. Croon (ed.), The War Outside My Window: The Civil War Diary of LeRoy Wiley Gresham1
Alan Whiteside, HIV & AIDS: A Very Short Introduction1
‘Quick to say Quack’. Medicinal Secrets from the Household to the Apothecary’s Shop in Eighteenth-century Venice1
Maternal Care and Global Public Health: Bombay and Manchester, 1900–19501
Steven King, Sickness, Medical Welfare and the English Poor, 1750–18341
Erin Sullivan, Beyond Melancholy: Sadness and Selfhood in Renaissance England1
C. Thumiger and P. N. Singer, Mental Illness in Ancient Medicine: From Celsus to Paul of Aegina1
Rebecca Lemon, Addiction and Devotion in Early Modern England1
Gender and Aesthetic Norms in Popular Hygienic Culture in Germany from 1900 to 19141
Rob Boddice, The History of Emotions1
Soyoung Suh, Naming the Local: Medicine, Language, and Identity in Korea since the Fifteenth Century1
Cynthia Carson Bisbee, Paul Bisbee, Erika Dyck, Patrick Farrell, James Sexton and James W. Spisak (eds), Psychedelic Prophets: The Letters of Aldous Huxley and Humphry Osmond1
‘Long Live the Bottle’: The Rise of the French Bottle-feeding Industry in the Nineteenth Century1
Barbara S. Bower and Linda Migl Keyser (eds), The Sacred and the Secular in Medieval Healing: Sites, Objects, and Texts1
Rana Hogarth, Medicalizing Blackness: Making Racial Difference in the Atlantic World, 1780–18401
Bonnie Lander Johnson and Eleanor Decamp, Blood Matters: Studies in European Literature and Thought, 1400–17001
John Cunningham (ed), Early Modern Ireland and the World of Medicine: Practitioners, Collectors and Contexts1
John Chircop and Francisco Javier-Martinez (eds), Mediterranean Quarantines, 1750–1914. Space, identity and power1
Cultivating China’s Cinchona: The Local Developmental State, Global Botanic Networks and Cinchona Cultivation in Yunnan, 1930s–1940s1
Tracey L. Adams, Regulating Professions: The Emergence of Professional Self-Regulation in Four Canadian Provinces1
‘These Are the Medicines That “Make” Monsters’: Thalidomide in Southern Africa, 1958–19621
The Emigration of Women Doctors from Germany under National Socialism1
Janet Golden, Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought America into the Twentieth Century1
Alastair Robson, Unrecognised by the World at Large: A Biography of Dr Henry Parse MD, Physician to the Hatton Asylum, Warwick1
Medicalised Battlefields: The Evolution of Military Medical Care and the ‘Medic’ in Japan1
Anne C. Vila, Suffering Scholars: Pathologies of the Intellectual in Enlightenment France1
Late Medieval Jewish Physicians and their Manuscripts1
Julian M. Simpson, Migrant Architects of the NHS: South Asian Doctors and the Reinvention of British General Practice (1940s–1980s)1
Hannah Newton, Misery to Mirth: Recovery from Illness in Early Modern England1
Stacie Burke, Building Resistance: Children, Tuberculosis, and the Toronto Sanatorium1
Where is the Hoechst Insulin?: The Role of Diabetics and Their Doctors as Consumers During the German Democratic Republic’s Autarkic Policy of ‘Making Free From Disturbance’, 1961–19661
Andrew Bamji, Faces from the Front: Harold Gillies, The Queen’s Hospital, Sidcup and the Origins of Modern Plastic Surgery1
A ‘Silent’ Pandemic? 1918–1919 Influenza Pandemic in Greece: Evidence from Hermoupolis, Syros1
Special Cluster Learning Practice from Texts: Jews and Medicine in the Later Middle Ages1
Corrigendum to: No Man's Land? Gendering Contraception in Family Planning Advice Literature in State-Socialist Poland (1950s–1980s)1
‘A Double Care’: Prayer as Therapy in Early Modern England1
Katerina Gardikas, Landscapes of Disease. Malaria in Modern Greece1
Adam Montgomery, The Invisible Injured: Psychological Trauma in the Canadian Military from the First World War to Afghanistan1
Ann Shaw, Searching for Sully—Our Stories1
Keeping the Wolfenden from the Door? Homosexuality and the 'Medical Model' in New Zealand1
Wendy Mitchinson, Fighting Fat, Canada 1920–19801
Paul U. Unschuld and Bridie J. Andrews (trans), Traditional Chinese Medicine: Heritage and Adaptation1
Mari Armstrong-Hough, Biomedicalization and the Practice of Culture: Globalization and Type 2 Diabetes in the United States and Japan1
The Wife as Family Physician: Making and Moving a Modern Health Epistemology for Women1
Douglas M. Haynes, Fit to Practice: Empire, Race, Gender, and the Making of British Medicine, 1850–19801
Sari Altschuler, The Medical Imagination: Literature and Health in the Early United States1
Henry Berman and Hannah Dashefsky, Teens and Their Doctors: The Story of the Development of Adolescent Medicine1
Leslie Topp, Freedom and the Cage: Modern Architecture and Psychiatry in Central Europe, 1890–19141
Behind Asylum Walls: Studying the Dialectic Between Psychiatrists and Patients at Montreal’s Saint-Jean-de-Dieu Hospital during the first half of the Twentieth Century1
Markku Hokkanen, Medicine, Mobility and the Empire: Nyasaland Networks, 1859–19601