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Sickness, Diseases / Maladies

Alliez, J. et Huber, J.P. (1984) L'Assistance aux malades en Provence au
XVIIIeme siecle. Annales medico-psychologiques, Vol. 142, No. 3, mars,
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Azevedo, M. J. (1978) Disease in African history: an introductory survey and
case studies. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1978.

Beier, L. (1987) Sufferers & healers: the experience of illness in
seventeenth-century England. London ; New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Bennassar, Bartolome. (1969) Recherches sur les grandes epidemies dans le
nord de l'Espagne a la fin du xvie siecle, problemes de documentation et de
methode. Paris: S.E.V.P.E.N.

Beriac, Francoise. (1988) Histoire des lepreux au moyen age: une societe
d'exclus. Paris: Imago.

Biraben, J.N. (1976) Les Hommes et la Peste en France et dans les Pays
Europeens et Mediterraneens. Tome I: La peste dans l'histoire. Tome II: Les
hommes face a la peste. Mouton, Paris: La Haye.

Bourneville, M.S. (1894-1899) Recherches cliniques et therapeutiques sur
l'epilepsie, l'hysterie et l'idiotie. Paris.

Brody, Howard. (1987) Stories of sickness. New Haven, CT: Yale University
Press.

Brody, S.N. (1974) The Disease of the Soul: Leprosy in Medieval Literature.
New York: Ithaca.

Cartwright, Frederick F. and Biddiss, Michael D. (1974) Disease and history.
New York: New American Library.

Clarkson, Leslie A. (1975) Death, disease, and famine in pre-industrial
England. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan.

Cliff, A. D. et al. (1981) Spatial diffusion: an historical geography of
epidemics in an island community. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University
Press.

Cloudsley-Thompson, J. L. (1976) Insects and history. New York: St. Martin's
Press.

Cochelin, Isabelle. (1988) Bourgeoisie et leproseries de la principaute de
Liege. Sources, Travaux historiques, No. 13, 15-18.

Davies, J. N. P. (s.d.) Pestilence and disease in the history of Africa.
Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Education des enfants arrieres, idiots, et infirmes. Rapport a M. Le
Directeur de l'Administration Generale de l'assistance publique par les
institutrices de l'ecole de la Salpetriere. Paris: Monterran, 1900.

Fere, Ch. (1890) Les epilepsies et les epileptiques. Paris.

Finzen, Asmus. (1982) L'Euthanasie a l'hopital de Wunstorf. Documents sur
l'assassinat des malades durant les annees 1940-1941 a l'epoque du 3eme
Reich. L'Information psychiatrique, Vol. 58, No. 1, jan., 73-75.

Forster, R. and Ranum, O. (1975) Biology of man in history: selections from
the Annales, economies, societes, civilisations. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins
University Press.

Gilman, Sander. (1988) Disease and representation: images of illness from
madness to AIDS. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

Gottfried, Robert S. (1978) Epidemic disease in fifteenth century England:
the medical response. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Grmek, Mirko. (1983) Les maladies a l'aube de la civilisation occidentale:
recherches sur la realite pathologique dans le monde grec. Paris: Payot.

Harris, Walter (1742) A treatise of the acute diseases of infants. London:
T. Astley.

Hart, Gerald D. (Ed.) (1983) Disease in ancient man: a report of an
international meeting. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1983.

Herzlich, C. et Pierret, J. (1984) Malades d'hier, malades d'aujourd'hui.
Paris: Payot.

Howard, J. (1789) An Account of the Principal Lazarettos in Europe. London,
Great Britain.

Karlen, Arno. (1984) Napoleon's glands: and other ventures in biohistory.
Boston: Little, Brown.

Kearns, Gerard. (1985) Urban epidemics and historical geography: cholera in
London, 1848-9. Norwich, England: Geo Books.

Marks, Geoffrey and Beatty, William K. (1976) Epidemics. New York: Scribner.

McMahon, C.E. (1984) The role of imagination in the disease process: I. Pre-
Cartesian history. Advances, Vol. 1, No. 1, 27-31.

McMahon, C.E. and Hastrup, J.L. (1984) The role of imagination in the disease
process: II. Post-Cartesian history. Advances, Vol. 1, No. 1, 31-35.

McNeill, William Hardy (1976) Plagues and peoples. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor
Press/Doubleday.

Meyers, Jeffrey. (1985) Disease and the novel, 1880-1960. London: Macmillan.

Mullins, June. (1986) Events influencing physically handicapped and health
impaired people in the United States. Journal of the Division on Physical
Handicapped (CEC), Vol. 9, No. 1, 27-39.

Owen, Norman G. (Ed.) (1987) Death and disease in Southeast Asia:
explorations in social, medical and demographic history. Singapore: Oxford
Univ. Press.

Patterson, K. D. (1986) Pandemic influenza, 1700-1900: a study in historical
epidemiology. Totowa, N.J.: Rowan & Littlefield.

Patterson, K. et al. (Eds.) (1978) Disease in African history: an
introductory survey and case studies. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.

Peter, J.-P. (1967) Une enquete de la Societe royale de medecine (1774-1794),
Malades et maladies a la fin du XVIIIø siecle. Annales Econ. Soc. Civil.,
711-751.

Peter, J.-P. (1971) Les mots et les objets de la maladie. Revue historique,
t. CCXLVI, juillet-septembre, 13-38.

Pichon, Genevieve. (1988) Quelques reflexions sur l'affaires des lepreux de
1321. Sources, Travaux historiques, No. 13, 25-30.

Quatroux, Isaac. (1671) Traite de la peste, contenant sa definition. Paris:
E. Covterot.

Quetel, Claude. (1986) Le Mal de Naples: histoire de la syphilis. Paris:
Seghers.

Ramenofsky, Ann F. (1987) Vectors of death: the archaeology of European
contact. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Ruffie, Jacques et Sournia, J. C. (1984) Les epidemies dans l'histoire de
l'homme: essai d'anthropologie medicale. Paris: Flammarion.

Sacks, O. (1981) Migraine: evolution of a common disorder. London: Pan Books.

Sendrail, M. (1980) Histoire culturelle de la maladie. Toulouse: Privat.

Sigerist, Henry Ernest. (1962) Civilization and disease. Chicago: University
of Chicago Press.

Simpson, Howard N. (1980) Invisible armies: the impact of disease on American
history. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.

Smith, Frances. (1979) The people's health, 1830-1910. London: Croom Helm.
Sources of illness and healing in South Asian regional literature.
Heidelberg: South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, 1983.

Tabuteau, Bruno. (1988) Combien de lepreux au moyen age? Essai d'etude
quantative appliquee a la lepre. Les exemples de Rouen et de Bellencombre auXIIIe siecle. Sources, Travaux
historiques, No. 13, 19-23.

Temkin, Owsei. (1945) The Falling Sickness: a history of epilepsy from the
Greeks to the beginnings of modern neurology. Baltimore: John Hopkins Press.

Touati, Francois-Olivier. (1980) La leproserie du Grand-Beaulieu. XIIe-XIIIe
siecles. Essai d'histoire sociale et economique. Memoire de maitrise, Paris.

Touati, Francois-Olivier. (1980) Une approche de la maladie et du phenomene
hospitalier aux XIIe et XIIIe siecles: la leproserie du Grand-Beaulieu a
Chartres. Histoire des sciences medicales, XIV, 4, 419-424.

Touati, Francois-Olivier. (1982) Francois d'Assisse et la diffusion d'un
modele therapeutique au XIIIe siecle. IBIDEM, XVI, 3, 175-184.

Touati, Francois-Olivier. (1986) Facies leprosorum: Reflexions sur le
diagnostic facial de la lepre au Moyen Age. IBIDEM, XX, 1, 57-66.

Touati, Francois-Olivier. (1988) Histoire des maladies, histoire totale?
L'exemple de la lepre et de la societe au Moyen-Age. Sources, Travaux
historiques, 13, 3- 14.

Warner, Francis. (1880) Recurrent headaches in children. Brain, Vol. 3,
309-313.

Williams, A. Susan. (1987) The rich man and the diseased poor in early
Victorian literature. Basingstoke, Great Britain: Macmillan.

Zinsser, H. (1963) Rats, lice and history: being a study in biography, which
after twelve preliminary chapters indispensable for the preparation of the
lay reader, deals with the life history of typhus fever. Boston: Atlantic
Monthly Press.

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