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New editorial role

Posted on 6 March 2017

Dr Tara Alberts becomes Book Reviews editor for 'Medical History'

Dr Tara Alberts, Lecturer in Early Modern History and associate of the Centre for Global Health Histories, has taken over as Book Reviews Editor on the internationally acclaimed Cambridge University Press journal Medical History.

Medical History is a refereed journal devoted to all aspects of the history of medicine, health and related sciences, with the goal of broadening and deepening the understanding of the field, in the widest sense, by historical studies of the highest quality. It is associated with the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health, the Asian Society for the History of Medicine, and the World Health Organization's Global Health Histories initiative. The membership of the Editorial Board reflects the commitment to the finest international standards in refereeing of submitted papers and the reviewing of books.

Dr Albert’s own research explores on encounters and exchanges between Europe and Asia between c.1500 and c.1700. Her current project focuses on the circulation of medicines and the exchange of ideas about health and healing on the trade routes of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Southeast Asia.