The Resource National healths : gender, sexuality and health in a cross-cultural context, edited by Michael Worton and Nana Wilson-Tagoe, (electronic book)

National healths : gender, sexuality and health in a cross-cultural context, edited by Michael Worton and Nana Wilson-Tagoe, (electronic book)

Label
National healths : gender, sexuality and health in a cross-cultural context
Title
National healths
Title remainder
gender, sexuality and health in a cross-cultural context
Statement of responsibility
edited by Michael Worton and Nana Wilson-Tagoe
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
Dewey number
306.4/61
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
GN296
LC item number
.N38 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1951-
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  • Worton, Michael
  • Wilson-Tagoe, Nana
  • ProQuest (Firm)
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  • Medical anthropology
  • Diseases
  • Health
  • Sex
  • Human body
  • Body image
Target audience
specialized
Label
National healths : gender, sexuality and health in a cross-cultural context, edited by Michael Worton and Nana Wilson-Tagoe, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Philippa Levine
  • Dangerous blood: mensturation, medicine and myth in early modern England
  • Margaret Healy
  • PART II: THE REPRESENTATION OF SICKNESS AND HEALTH
  • Remembrance of health lost: dis/figuring Africa in European AIDS writing
  • James N. Agar
  • Vulnerable margins: the iconography of blood, dirt and disease in the early twentieth-century South African settler novel
  • Lynda Morgan
  • Sex in a hot climate: moral degeneracy and erotic excess in The story of Jan Daraa
  • Rachel Harrison
  • PART I: THE POLITICS OF SICKNESS AND HEALTH
  • Some fundamental riddles of cholera: sex, sodomy and representations of the fundament
  • George S. Rousseau
  • Behold the (sick) man
  • Michael Worton
  • PART III: LEARNING FROM SICKNESS AND HEALTH
  • Infectious social change: tuberculosis and exile among Tibetan refugees in Dharamsala
  • Audrey Prost
  • Angry women and the evolution of Chinese medicine
  • Shigehisa Kuriyama
  • Reading gender in ancient Egyptian healing Papyri
  • Female genital mutilation: contesting the right to speak of women's bodies in Africa and the West
  • Stephen Quirke
  • René and the 'Mal du Siècle': a literary role model for the negotiation of problematic sexual identity in nineteenth-century Europe - the case of Custine and Amiel
  • Caroline Warman
  • Poetry, pictures and the sexual demographics of health
  • Deborah Kirklin
  • Nahid Toubia
  • Albanian masculinities, sex-work and migration: homosexuality, AIDS and other moral threats
  • Nicola Mai
  • The semantics and politics of childbearing and motherhood in contemporary African literature
  • Nana Wilson-Tagoe
  • What difference did empire make? Sex, gender and sanitary reform in the British Empire
Control code
EBC219967
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii, 232 p., [6] p. of plates
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
National healths : gender, sexuality and health in a cross-cultural context, edited by Michael Worton and Nana Wilson-Tagoe, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Philippa Levine
  • Dangerous blood: mensturation, medicine and myth in early modern England
  • Margaret Healy
  • PART II: THE REPRESENTATION OF SICKNESS AND HEALTH
  • Remembrance of health lost: dis/figuring Africa in European AIDS writing
  • James N. Agar
  • Vulnerable margins: the iconography of blood, dirt and disease in the early twentieth-century South African settler novel
  • Lynda Morgan
  • Sex in a hot climate: moral degeneracy and erotic excess in The story of Jan Daraa
  • Rachel Harrison
  • PART I: THE POLITICS OF SICKNESS AND HEALTH
  • Some fundamental riddles of cholera: sex, sodomy and representations of the fundament
  • George S. Rousseau
  • Behold the (sick) man
  • Michael Worton
  • PART III: LEARNING FROM SICKNESS AND HEALTH
  • Infectious social change: tuberculosis and exile among Tibetan refugees in Dharamsala
  • Audrey Prost
  • Angry women and the evolution of Chinese medicine
  • Shigehisa Kuriyama
  • Reading gender in ancient Egyptian healing Papyri
  • Female genital mutilation: contesting the right to speak of women's bodies in Africa and the West
  • Stephen Quirke
  • René and the 'Mal du Siècle': a literary role model for the negotiation of problematic sexual identity in nineteenth-century Europe - the case of Custine and Amiel
  • Caroline Warman
  • Poetry, pictures and the sexual demographics of health
  • Deborah Kirklin
  • Nahid Toubia
  • Albanian masculinities, sex-work and migration: homosexuality, AIDS and other moral threats
  • Nicola Mai
  • The semantics and politics of childbearing and motherhood in contemporary African literature
  • Nana Wilson-Tagoe
  • What difference did empire make? Sex, gender and sanitary reform in the British Empire
Control code
EBC219967
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii, 232 p., [6] p. of plates
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote

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