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Call # RA644.I6 I527 2010
Title Influenza and public health : learning from past pandemics / edited by Tamara Giles-Vernick and Susan Craddock ; with Jennifer Gunn
Imprint London ; Washington, DC : Earthscan, 2010
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Descript. xviii, 293 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Series Science in society series
Science in society series
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Influenza -- History
Public health
Alt Author Giles-Vernick, Tamara, 1962-
Craddock, Susan
Gunn, Jennifer Lee
OCLC # 502393362
Table of Contents
 List of Figuresvii
 List of Contributorsix
 Foreword / Alice Dautryxiv
 Acknowledgementsxvi
 List of Acronyms and Abbreviationsxvii
 Introduction / Tamara Giles-Vernick1
1.Globalized Complexity and the Microbial Traffic of New and Emerging Infectious Disease Threats / S. Harris Ali22
pt. 1 Reframing 1918: States, Pandemics and Public Health 
2.Barcelona's Influenza: A Comparison of the 1889-1890 and 1918 Autumn Outbreaks / Esteban Rodriguez-Ocana41
3.Prevent of Heal, Laissez-Faire or Coerce? The Public Health Politics of Influenza in France, 1918-1919 / Anne Rasmussen69
 Comment: Influenza Epidemics and the Politics of Historical Analogy / Patrick Zylberman84
 Comment: Influenza and Historians: A Difficult Past / Ilana Lowy91
pt. 2 Epidemiology, Virology and 20th-Century Epidemics 
4.Are Influenzas in Southern China Byproducts of the Region's Globalizing Historical Present? / Marius Gilbert101
5.Past Influenza Epidemics and Implications for Contemporary Influenza Research / Sylvie van der Werf145
6.Influenza and the Remaking of Epidemiology, 1918-1960 / John M. Eyler156
7.Hong Kong Flu (1968) Revisited 40 Years Later / Susan Craddock181
 Comment: Influenza Histories and the Coexistence of Old and New / Frederic Keck192
pt. 3 Governmental and Nongovernmental Institutions and the Politics of Epidemic Management 
8.Mobility Restrictions, Isolation and Quarantine: Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Debates / Jennifer Gunn201
9.Flu Epidemics, Knowledge Sharing and Intellectual Property / Maurice Cassier221
10.Biosecurity in the Time of Avian Influenza, Vietnam / Sylvia Klingberg241
 Comment: Ethics and Epidemics: Reflections on Contemporary Stakes in Transparency and Equity / Marc Guerrier256
 Short Comment / Dr. Francois Bricaire266
 Short Comment / Dr. Jean-Marie Cohen269
 Short Comment / Dr. Jean-Claude Desendos270
 Short Comment / Pierre-Dominique Lansard273
 Conclusion / Susan Craddock275
 Index289