Academic publications from the 'Local Bases of Global Health' project
- Margaret Jones and Chandani Liyanage, “Traditional Medicine and Primary Health Care in Sri Lanka: Policy, Perceptions, and Practice,” Asian Review of World Histories 6, no. 1 (2018): 157-184.
- Alexander Medcalf, "Between Art and Information: Communicating World Health, 1948-70," Journal of Global History 13, no. 1 (2018): 94-120.
- Sarah Hartley, “Interweaving Ideas and Patchwork Programmes: Nutrition Projects in Colonial Fiji, 1945–60,” Medical History 61, no. 2 (2017): 200-224.
- Monica Saavedra, “Politics and health at the WHO Regional Office for South East Asia: the case of Portuguese India, 1949-1961,” Medical History 61, no. 3 (2017): 380-400.
- Margaret Jones, “Policy Pathways and Policy Innovations: Tuberculosis Control in Sri Lanka,” Medical History 60, no 4 (2016): 514-533.
- Jo Lunt, “The League of Nations Health Organization: Water, Health and Development in Colonial Africa, 1925-40,” in Magaly Rodriguez Garcia, Davide Rodogno, Liat Kozma (eds.), The League Nations Work on Social Issues: Visions, Endeavours and Experiments (Geneva: United Nations, 2016).
Multilingual Outreach Publications
- Kerrigan, Bhattacharya, Peel, Sa, Kishore and Wade (eds.), Mental Health: Pasts, Current Trends and Futures (Orient Blackswan: New Delhi, 2017).
- Medcalf, Saavedra, Sa & Bhattacharya (eds.), Leprosy: A Short History (New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2016)
- Medcalf, Saavedra, Momen, Jones & Bhattacharya (eds.), Health for all: The Journey to Universal Health Coverage (New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2015).
- Medcalf and Bhattacharya(eds.), Tropical Diseases: Lessons from History (New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2014).
- Medcalf, Altink, Saavedra & Bhattacharya (eds.), Tuberculosis: A Short History (New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2013).
Journals and Book Series edited at CGHH
Medical History is a refereed journal devoted to all aspects of the history of medicine and health, with the goal of broadening and deepening the understanding of the field, in the widest sense, by historical studies of the highest quality. The editorial office is now located in the Centre for Global Health Histories at the University of York, and the journal itself is published by Cambridge University Press.
The New Perspectives in South Asian History series publishes monographs and other writings on early modern, modern and contemporary history. The volumes in the series cover new ground across a broad spectrum of subjects such as cultural, environmental, medical, military and political history, and the histories of "marginalised" groups. It includes fresh perspectives on more familiar fields as well as interdisciplinary and original work from all parts of South Asia. It welcomes historical contributions from sociology, anthropology and cultural studies.
For futher details please contact:
Professor Sanjoy Bhattacharya
Vanbrugh College V/113
Department of History
University of York
Tel: Internal 2979, External (01904) 322979