Influenza and public health : learning from past pandemics / edited by Tamara Giles-Vernick and Susan Craddock ; with Jennifer Gunn
- Science in society series
- Globalized complexity and the microbial traffic of new and emerging infectious disease threats / S. Harris Ali -- Barcelona's influenza : a comparison of the 1889-1890 and 1918 autumn outbreaks / Esteban Rodríguez-Ocaña -- Prevent or heal, laissez-faire or coerce? : the public health politics of influenza in France, 1918-1919 / Anne Rasmussen. Influenza epidemics and the politics of historical analogy / Patrick Zylberman. Influenza and historians : a difficult past / Ilana Löwy -- Are influenzas in southern China byproducts of the region's globalizing historical present? / Robert G. Wallace ... [et al.] -- Recent influenza epidemics and implications for contemporary influenza research / Sylvie van der Werf -- Influenza and the remaking of epidemiology, 1918-1960 / John M. Eyler -- Hong Kong flu (1968) revisited 40 years later / Claude Hannoun with Susan Craddock. Influenza histories and the coexistence of old and new / Frédéric Keck -- Mobility restrictions, isolation, and quarantine : historical perspectives on contemporary debates / Tamara Giles-Vernick, Susan Craddock, and Jennifer Gunn -- Flu epidemics, knowledge sharing and intellectual property / Maurice Cassier -- Biosecurity in the time of avian influenza, Vietnam / Annick Guénel and Sylvia Klingberg. Ethics and epidemics : reflections on contemporary stakes of transparency and equity / Marc Guerrier.
- 9781844078967 (hardback) and 1844078965 (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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