The electronic version, containing all volumes published since 1965 of Clio Medica: Studies in the History of Medicine and Health focusing on narratives and analysis on health, healing, and the contexts of our beliefs and practices that impact biomedical inquiry. The series aims to address current topics of interest in medicine and health care from a historical perspective offering analytical rigor and an opportunity for reflection to its readers.
Scholars working in the history of medicine, social history, cultural history, literature and medicine, medical anthropology or sociology, are welcome to submit manuscripts to a series that aims to cross diverse disciplinary boundaries, while retaining history at its core. The Series’ Volumes are primarily written in the English language, while allowing the opportunity for manuscripts to be submitted in French, German and Spanish.
Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts by email to the publisher Stefan Einarson or to the series editor Frank Huisman (UMC Utrecht, Netherlands).
Previously published by Rodopi under the title Clio Medica: Perspectives in Medical Humanities and with Brill since 2014.
Representing the Scientific Board of the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health:
Series Editor: Frank Huisman, Utrecht University
Associate Editors: Laurinda Abreu, University of Évora Jonathan Reinarz, University of Birmingham
Editorial Board: Jonathan Barry, University of Exeter Alison Bashford, UNSW Sydney Christian Bonah, University of Strasbourg Sandra Cavallo, Royal Holloway, University of London Pratik Chakrabarti, University of Manchester Harold Cook, Brown University, Providence Marcos Cueto, Casa de Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro Brian Dolan, University of California, San Francisco Philip van der Eijk, Humboldt University, Berlin Monica Green, Arizona State University, Tempe Patrizia Guarnieri, Università degli studi, Florence Rhodri Hayward, Queen Mary, University of London Peregrine Horden, Royal Holloway, University of London Sean Hsiang-Lin Lei, Academica Sinica, Taipei Anne Kveim Lie, Institute of Health and Society, Oslo Guillaume Lachenal, Université Paris Diderot Vivienne Lo, UCL China Center for Health and Humanity, London Daniel Margócsy, University of Cambridge Hilary Marland, Warwick University, Coventry Graham Mooney, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore Teresa Ortiz-Gómez, University of Granada Steven Palmer, University of Windsor Hans Pols, University of Sydney Peter Pormann, University of Manchester Michael Stolberg, University of Würzburg Marius Turda, Oxford Brookes University John Harley Warner, Yale University, New Haven