Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery
CONTENTS:Foreword, Vanessa Northington Gamble“Introduction: Healing and the History of Medicine in the Atlantic World,” Sean Morey Smith and Christopher D. E. Willoughby“Zemis and Zombies: Amerindian Healing Legacies on Hispaniola,” Lauren Derby“Poisoned Relations: Medical Choices and Poison Accusations within Enslaved Communities,” Chelsea Berry“Blood and Hair: Barbers, Sangradores, and the West African Corporeal Imagination in Salvador da Bahia,1793–1843,” Mary E. Hicks“Examining Antebellum Medicine through Haptic Studies,” Deirdre Cooper Owens“Unbelievable Suffering: Rethinking Feigned Illness in Slavery and the Slave Trade,” Elise A. Mitchell“Medicalizing Manumission: Slavery, Disability, and Medical Testimony in Late Colonial Colombia,”Brandi M. Waters“A Case Study in Charleston: Impressions of the Early National Slave Hospital,” Rana A. Hogarth“From Skin to Blood: Interpreting Racial Immunity to Yellow Fever,” Timothy James Lockley“Black Bodies, Medical Science, and the Age of Emancipation,” Leslie A. Schwalm“Epilogue: Black Atlantic Healing in the Wake,” Sharla M. Fett
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- 2021 Louisiana State University Press
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