- Routledge studies in South Asian history ; 1
- Social history of health and medicine : Colonial India / Mark Harrison and Biswampoy Pati -- Ranald Martin's medical topography (1837) : the emergence of public health in Calcutta / Partho Datta -- Beyond the bounds of time? The Haj pilgrimage from the Indian subcontinent, 1865-1920 / Saurabh Mishra -- Subordinate negotiations : indigenous staff, the colonial state and public health / Amna Khalid -- Plague, quarantine, and empire : British-Indian sanitary strategies in Central Asia, 1897-1907 / Sanchari Dutta -- Medical research and control of disease : Kala-azar in British India / Achintya Kumar Dutta -- The leprosy patient and society : colonial Orissa, 1870s-1940s / Biswamoy Pati and Chandi P. Nanda -- Institutions, people and power : Lunatic asylums in Bengal, c. 1800-1900 / Waltraud Ernst -- Prejudices clung to by the natives : ethnicity in the Indian army and hospitals for Sepoys, c. 1870s-1890s / Samiksha Sehrawat -- Racial pathologies : morbid anatomy in British India, 1770-1850 / Mark Harrison -- Pharmacology, indigenous knowledge, nationalism : a few words from the epitaph of subaltern science / Projit B. Mukharji -- Creating a consumer : exploring medical advertisements in colonial India / Madhuri Sharma -- Opium as a household remedy in nineteenth century Western India / Amar Farooqui.
- 9780415462310 (hbk. : alk. paper), 0415462312 (hbk. : alk. paper), 9780203886984 (ebk. : alk. paper), and 0203886984 (ebk. : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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