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    Frances Lee Bernstein,Christopher Burton,Dan Healey
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    Northern Illinois University Press; 1 edition (November 1, 2010)
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Published: 1 January 2011.

Published: 1 January 2011. by Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies.

Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia: The Regulation of Sexual and Gender Dissent. Frances L. Bernstein, Christopher Burton, Dan Healey. Soviet Medicine: Culture, Practice, and Science. Northern Illinois University Press, 2013. University Of Chicago Press, 2001. 312 p. - ISBN 978-0875804262. Barbara Evans Clements, Rebecca Friedman, Dan Healey. Russian Masculinities in History and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. 255 p. - ISBN 978-0333945445. Russian Homophobia from Stalin to Sochi. Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.

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Medicine - Practice - Soviet Union - History. Public health - Soviet Union - History. Medical policy - Soviet Union - History. Introduction: Experts, expertise, and new histories of Soviet medicine, Frances L. Bernstein, Christopher Burton, Dan Healey - Toward a Soviet psychiatry : war and the organization of mental health care in revolutionary Russia, Irina Sirotkina - Fighting plague in southeast European Russia, 1917-25 : a case study in early Soviet medicine, Dmitry Mikhel - Foreign expertise on Russian terrain : Max Kuczynski.

Book Overview Using the lenses of critical social histories of healthcare and medical science, an. .

book by Christopher Burton. Thanks to the opening of archives and the forging of exchanges between Russian and Western scholars interested in the history of medicine, it is now possible to write new forms of social and political history in the Soviet medical field.

Frances L. Bernstein, Christopher Burton, and Dan Healey call to mind this forbearer in the sweep and scope of their Soviet Medicine . Bernstein, Christopher Burton, and Dan Healey call to mind this forbearer in the sweep and scope of their Soviet Medicine: Culture, Practice and Science. This is not an accident. Indeed, the volume is dedicated to Solomon, who is also a contributor, and Hutchinson, who passed away unexpectedly in 2002. In ‘Behind the closed door: VD and medical secrecy in early Soviet medicine’, Frances L. Bernstein develops a fascinating tale using the 1927 Lev Semenovich Fridland book Behind the Closed Door: Notes of a Venereal Doctor. The book, censored in the 1930s, did not reappear until 1991.

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Soviet Medicine: Culture, Practice, and Science, Ed. by Frances Bernstein, Christopher Burton, Dan Healey. Northern Illinois University Press, 2010. 33 Pages Posted: 23 May 2018. See all articles by Dmitry Mikhel. Russian Presidential academy of national economy and public administration; Institute of World History of Russian academy of science; Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) - Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences (ISISS); Institute of Philosphy of Russian academy of science. Date Written: March 30, 2010.

Frances Lee Bernstein

Frances Lee Bernstein. Walmart 9780875804262. Northern Illinois University Press.

Soviet Medicine Frances L. Bernstein . Bernstein, Christopher Burton Dan Heale Wiley 9780875804262 Франс Бернстейн: Советская медицина : Thanks to the opening of archives and the forging of exchanges be.

Thanks to the opening of archives and the forging of exchanges between Russian and Western scholars interested in the history of medicine, it is now possible to write new forms of social and political history in the Soviet medical field. Using the lenses of critical social histories of healthcare and medical science, and looking at both new material from Russian archives and interviews with those who experienced the Soviet health system, the contributors to this volume explore the ways experts and the Soviet state radically reshaped medical provision after the Revolution of 1917.

Soviet Medicine presents the work of an international group of leading scholars. Twelve essays—treating subjects that span the 74-year history of the Soviet Union—cover such diverse topics as how epidemiologists handled plague on the Soviet borderlands in the revolutionary era, how venereologists fighting sexually transmitted disease struggled to preserve the patient’s right to secrecy, and how Soviet forensic experts falsified the evidence of the Katyn Forest massacre of 1940. This important volume demonstrates the crucial role played by medical science, practice, and culture in the shaping of a modern Soviet Union and illustrates how the study of Soviet medical history can benefit historians of medicine, science, the Soviet Union, and social and gender historians.