In Nothing But Nets, Kirsten Moore-Sheeley untangles the complicated history of insecticide-treated nets as it unfolded transnationally and in Kenya specifically—a key site of insecticide-treated net research—to reveal how the development of this intervention was deeply enmeshed with the emergence of the contemporary global health enterprise.
How do the artifacts of crowd control - such as tickets, turnstiles, and velvet ropes - commoditize culture, sort spectator bodies, and sculpt audience behavior? Now on the podcast: we talk with Scott Kushner about the technological history of performance venues.
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In Vaccine Wars, Kim Tolley lays out the first comprehensive history of the nearly two-hundred-year struggle to protect schoolchildren from infectious diseases. Drawing from extensive archival sources—including state and federal reports, court records, congressional hearings, oral interviews, correspondence, journals, school textbooks, and newspapers—Tolley analyzes resistance to vaccines in the context of evolving views about immunization among doctors, families, anti-vaccination groups, and school authorities.
This collection of 2022's most read articles from Hopkins Press Journals reflects the breadth - and lifespan - of the scholarly research we publish.
New on the blog: A look at the Hopkins Press Internship Program, now in its second year. Check out the impressive catalog our interns created last spring, and meet our 2022-23 cohort of bright, creative students learning and working alongside Hopkins Press staff.
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