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Type: Book (edited)
Title: Body and Mind: Historical Essays in Honour of F. B. Smith
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
Publisher Place: Melbourne, Australia
Issue Date: 2009
ISBN: 9780522857177
Editor: Davison, G.
Jalland, P.
Prest, W.
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edited by Graeme Davison, Pat Jalland and Wilfrid Prest
Contents: Introduction. Origins: Book and Subject / Wilfrid Prest ; The Canberra Years / Ken Inglis -- 1. Sociology and Self-Knowledge: James Phillips Kay and the Manchester Cotton Masters 1828-1835 / Graeme Davison -- 2. Politics and Public Health in the Age of Lord Palmerston / M. J. D. Roberts -- 3. A ’Cold Water Bubble’? The Mid-Nineteenth-Century British Water-Cure and Its Adherents / Alex Tyrrell -- 4. The Malingerers’ Craft: Mind Over Body in Twentieth-Century Britain and America / Joanna Bourke -- 5. Education, Empire and Class: Growing Up in a New London Suburb in the 1930s / Geoffrey Best -- 6. The People’s War: Death in the Blitz / Pat Jalland -- 7. Retracing Australasia: The History of a British Idea / Philippa Mein Smith -- 8. To Die Without Friends: Solitaries, Drifters and Failures in a New World Society / Janet McCalman -- 9. The Private Life of Catherine Helen Spence, 1825-1910 / Susan Magarey -- 10. A ’Tangle of Decency and Folly, Courage and Chicanery, but Above All, Waste’: The Case of Agent Orange and Australia’s Vietnam Veterans / Peter Edwards.
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